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S993096

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Record Creation: Entered on 6 May 2007.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

First UK registration UKV910 Vehicle equipped with disc brakes

Photos of S993096

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Exterior Photos (5)

Uploaded February 2013:

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Uploaded May 2007:

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Interior Photos (2)

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2007-05-06 15:56:44 | Rob Westcott writes:

Second owner.
Car is in excellent shape.
Occasional driver, alwasy ready to go.
Won The JCNA National Championship, Driven Class in 2000 and retired from shows that year.

2007-05-22 00:19:24 | Rob Westcott writes:

Won Jcna Driven Class in 2000.
Currently an excellent driver, ready to go on a moments notice.
Beautiful wood. Love the smell of the leather in this car.

2013-02-04 19:14:49 | Rob Westcott writes:

Currently at the LeMay Auto Museum in the British Invasion display.
June 2012-2013

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