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1E1868

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Record Creation: Entered on 10 June 2011.

 

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Interior Photos (1)

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2011-06-10 09:58:36 | Lofty writes:

Car has an early Series 1.5 Car Number, but is fitted with Series 2 style front bumper bar and Series 1 headlights.

2011-06-12 16:04:01 | pauls writes:

It would appear your car is pre S1.5, tho after all these years anything is possible. It likely falls into what for category sake is being named the S1.25 in North America. These are cars that are 100% S1 except open headlights. These are well documented to have been built in Jan '67, whereas S1.5 cars were being built sometime around August of '67 and sold as '68 cars in North America. Other markets got some of those S1.5 changes by the end of '68 but not all. As for the S1.25 cars, other markets got those soon after North America, your car was built right about the time that change happened. Without further research I'd say your car could have had either bonnet. No explanation for the S2 bumper tho.

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