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1E33533

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Record Creation: Entered on 28 September 2020.

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2020-09-25 19:01:13 | Lofty writes:

Listed for sale at Hemmings Motor News. No accidents no rust ever, one repaint, engine rebuild 2500miles ago, new leather on seats otherwise original interior.

2020-11-03 11:01:07 | Mike Warner writes:

This E-Type was sold to Milton Levy of Watchung NJ in December 1966. Mr. Levy sold the car to Thomas Rossiter, a car dealer (Mendham Motors) in Gladstone NJ, date unknown, who sells to Scott Mackin of Fairfield NJ around March of 1997. Mr. Mackin then lets Thomas Rossiter resell the car for him around November 2003 and the car is bought by Rick Hendee of Wilton CT. The car was then purchased in September 2020 by Mike Warner of Elk Park NC.

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