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1E32385

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Record Creation: Entered on 1 January 2003.

 

Photos of 1E32385

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Detail Photos: Other (2)

Uploaded January 2018:

2018-01-10
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2019-07-28 23:26:12 | Clive writes:

Owner's Handbook for 1E32385 is again advertised on Ebay July 2019 by seller montgomery64 with a buy it now price of US$525. See photos uploaded 10 January 2018.

2020-06-21 05:52:25 | Clive writes:

The photo (dated 2018-01-10) of the first page of the Handbook shows the car's numbers. They are not clear in this photo, but were legible in the original photo as uploaded.  The handwriting on the front cover reads: “Archie E Cromer Jr, Box 120, Christiansburg, Va” and “Cromer Furniture Co, Christiansburg, Va”.

2020-06-22 07:44:41 | Anonymous writes:

Unlikely that the pictured manual is original to 1E32385. The correct manual cover should read "4.2 E-type" as there was a separate supplement included with 2+2's. The combined "4.2 E-Type And 2+2" manual wasn't issued until March 1967, sixteen months after 1E32385's mid December 1965 build date.



2020-06-26 06:14:03 | Clive writes:

The note posted by Anonymous 2020-06-22 makes a good and valid point.

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