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Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2003.

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Heritage Notes

Registered: M1B3 4607

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2004-11-22 16:23:35 | Marco Makaus writes:

The car has owned me since 1981...

2005-05-17 07:45:43 | pauls writes:

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Marco writes: Incredibly this car remained unsold with the Italian importer for over one year. I first saw it in 1966, when I was seven and it was owned by the father of one of my school mates. Can you believe I said to myself "One day..."?

To cut a long story short, fifteen years later, in 1981, I married my mate's sister, and guess what was my father-in-law's present? Today, I've had it for longer than he, and what a wonderful affair it has been, and still is.

So, strictly speaking, a one family owned E Type. Incidentally I believe it could be the most original E Type in Italy.

2007-01-18 08:46:11 | Peter Crespin writes:

Nice story, and excellent choice of wife :-)

2019-11-16 12:50:38 | Lofty writes:

Family owned from new.
Bought by my father-in-law and passed to me in 1981 as a wedding gift!

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