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1E50600

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United KingdomKOM218E

United KingdomKOM124E

United KingdomJOC490E

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Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2003.

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2018-12-29 12:44:52 | Mr Jones writes:

JOC 490 E

2018-12-29 13:56:51 | Mr Jones writes:

Original Reg No from Browns Lane is JOC 490 E   it then  had KOM 124 E   then later in the 1970s after having personal Registration Numbers ended up with its current Number which is KOM 218 E   and   "NOT"  KOM 128 E  as listed,

It was reputed to belong to World Motorcycling Legend Mike Hailwood in the late 1970s  when he and fellow racing champ Rod Gould had a motorcycle dealership on the Tayburn Road in Birmingham "Hailwood & Gould" it spent a long time in and around Birmingham as a story goes was Once Painted Primrose Yellow by a couple who ran a Fruit & Veg shop in the Quinton area. any information most welcome.

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