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1E10001

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Record Creation: Entered on 22 January 2006.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

first owners name B.V. Nowells first Etype 4.2 litre

Photos of 1E10001

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Exterior Photos (10)

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Uploaded July 2008:

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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

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Detail Photos: Engine (2)

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Detail Photos: Other (2)

Uploaded March 2012:

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Restoration Photos: Paint (3)

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Restoration Photos: Front Suspension (2)

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Restoration Photos: Engine (1)

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Restoration Photos: Transmission (1)

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Restoration Photos: Rear Axle (2)

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Restoration Photos: Top (1)

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2006-01-22 20:04:08 | boillot writes:

the car will be restored in the
summer of 2006 and will take 9 months to do. we will restore the car to the level at
at which it left the factory and not over restore it.

2006-02-07 07:27:40 | Anonymous writes:

hey there - I guess 1E10010 is not the oldest. Any pictures before and after would be great to see.

2006-02-07 07:32:33 | Anonymous writes:

Would like to compare some of the early car "quirks" in the build out with you.

2006-06-24 18:07:04 | boillot writes:

starting the resto would like
to see pictures from early cars
before resto to see unique
features to early cars. please
send them to me with comments if you have.

2006-09-12 20:18:19 | 1e10010 writes:

My ID plate has a window cut in it with a different plate underneath it, to display proper trans fluids (suspected new plates were not yet avaiilable for first cars so the factory "made do" by using 2 plates. Also has 3.8 wiper mechanics and the water pump can not be removed without removal of the studs from the engine block. There are a few more which I will have to remember. Good luck.

2010-03-24 02:38:56 | Anonymous writes:

Does your car# have the 1E prefix, or is it just the five digit #10001 on the Factory Build Plate? I have no 1E prefix on my # 10272 build plate, as is the case with the owners of #10010, # 10045, and # 10108.
It seems that many of the earliest Series I 4.2L's did not have the 1E prefix but just a five digit Car #. Since you car is the earliest listed I would like to know hoe it is numbered.
Thanks!
Linn
dlgrigsby@att.net

2010-04-07 02:38:03 | chris writes:

it is the same as the others no 1e on the plate. The 1e is for the heritage records only . Enjoy your car!

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