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231856DN

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United KingdomAPL543B

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Record Creation: Entered on 19 December 2009.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Heritage Notes

Full list of registration numbers: APL543B (United Kingdom) ; 9AKC (United Kingdom) ; 9JWS (United Kingdom) ; CSC96B (United Kingdom) ; XPW86T (United States, TX) ; 919JNL (United States, TX) .

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2009-12-19 23:44:17 | Jonathan Sheard writes:

Coombs car extensively modified prior to delivery and sold to Robin Judah. Second owner Rt . Hon. Alan Clark MP. Passed through Coys of Kensington and Gerry Marshall of Marshall Wingfield; sold by them to private buyer in Edinburgh. Briefly off the road due to DUI, then sold to Edinburgh dealer Alan Simpson, who owned it for a few weeks before it was bought by me in August 1983. I have owned it since. It is in respectable and serviceable original condition.

2013-07-11 21:21:11 | Jonathan Sheard writes:

No change. It is in respectable and serviceable original condition.

2019-03-02 16:11:29 | Jonathan Sheard writes:

No changes, now residing in Virginia with license plate COOMBS

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