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Record Creation: Entered on 13 December 2008.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"


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2008-12-12 23:15:04 | B jones writes:

purchased by my father m.f.jones in 1965 being in family since. hence know all the history of this car. were even in contact with original owner.who wanted to buy car back and would call in ocasionally untill his death, he sold it to buy bricks for thois house.

2008-12-13 00:40:39 | Lofty writes:

2 owner purchased in 1965

2008-12-21 15:28:57 | Lofty writes:

car was purchased and used mainly to deliver tractor front end loaders around the south Island. It was always a fast trip from Christchurch,to Timaru,oamaru and the otago district , or over the pig root to some farm were a loader would be fitted to a waiting tractor, then back home usually in one day. arriving back home round midnigth. speedo would usually hover round 80-90 mph
with the trailer on. Christmas holidays were the same but a caravan was substituted for the trailer. The drawbar is extended all the way to were the springs are mounted. and migthy solid. In the boot was a gas plant with small bottles, arc welder, sockets spanners stilsons pipe fiitings. bolts everything an engineer migth need.

2009-04-04 15:21:51 | Anonymous writes:

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