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1R25292

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Record Creation: Entered on 28 November 2016.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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Uploaded February 2018:

2018-02-14
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Uploaded November 2016:

2016-11-26
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2016-11-26 23:08:21  |  Bill West writes:

Original (even the spectacular paint); sports driver by me, av. 50 miles each dry week on country roads for last 20 years; garaged & covered always; never a primary car; same mechanic since BMC service ended in first year. Original wire wheels getting a little out-of-round but still a great ride. Love this car!


2018-10-09 18:54:51  |  Bill West writes:

I am the original owner and have owned the car continuously over the years. Almost everything is factory original, especially paint, chrome, wire wheels and all glass except for windshield, and all interior except for restored seats. Engine rebuilt, now 38,000 miles. I drive the car 46 miles (roundtrip) a week to a country coffee shop ... that's it. Runs sweet! Same Sacramento service mechanic from the beginning ... still is. I'm getting up there, 85 now, but car still not for sale. Someday, I guess.


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