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1S25625

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Record Creation: Entered on 6 December 2020.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Photos of 1S25625

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Exterior Photos (2)

Uploaded November 2021:

2021-11-14
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Uploaded May 2021:

2021-05-13
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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

Uploaded November 2021:

2021-11-23
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2021-05-13 11:24:29 | Isaac Bull writes:

Anyone know where I can verify if this vehicle was purchased at Plimley Motors in Vancouver? I am the administrator of the deceased owner who purchased the car in October 1974 from a dealer (believe Plimley but only the dealer number, 5041 is indicated on the transfer) Unfortunately the original documentation of the purchase was lost - I do have a copy of the original transfer but now wonder if this may have been a return/trade in as there is a previous registration number indicated on the transfer and the vehicle was imported to Canada in May 1974. Any info on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Isaac Bull, New Westminster BC Canada

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