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P181389

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Record Creation: Entered on 6 November 2015.

 

Owner: BESM

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Updated November 7th, 2015. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of P181389

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Exterior Photos (3)

Uploaded November 2015:

2015-11-05
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2015-11-05
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Detail Photos: Engine (2)

Uploaded November 2015:

2015-11-11
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2015-11-05 09:37:19 | Lofty writes:

1992 Original California car bought for rebuilding

1993 The engine was seized and was changed from the original KJ10912-8 + BW to
KJ10732-8 + 4 speed+O/D. The replacement engine had been fully rebuilt after it was removed from P181177 - this car being sold off for parts. The gearbox (KZN212) came from a 420G and the overdrive from UK.

1995 ADWEST steering rack was fitted. ODO reading 74,000 miles

1997 Wilwood front brakes were fitted

2006 Sold to Pittsburgh PA ODO reading 88,000 miles

2009 Major top end engine work done ODO 89,000 miles

2014 Sold to Winchester MA ODO 90,500 miles

2015 Car is now completely sorted to be a nice driver and needs nothing beyond a new high quality paint job. 2500 miles done in its MA ownership to 11/2015 (repl speedo fitted)

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