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1E50020

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Record Creation: Entered on 21 June 2020.

 

Heritage Notes

Very early series 1 e type 2 + 2 (built March 1966) auto - number 20 off the production line.

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2020-06-12 04:39:35 | Paul Walker writes:

Discovered this e type under a car cover in a motor workshop in 2015 - old lady and gent owned for the last 40 years and hardly ever used it. Most of its life has been spent in dry storage. 2 previous owners and under 20k miles from new. Discovered 2015 and finally purchased in 2019.Took me a few years to acquire but think its a great find.

2020-06-12 04:45:10 | Paul Walker writes:

Discovered this e type under a car cover in a motor workshop in 2015 - old lady and gent owned for the last 40 years and hardly ever used it. Most of its life has been spent in dry storage. 2 previous owners and under 20k miles from new. Discovered 2015 and finally purchased in 2019.Took me a few years to acquire but think its a great find.

2020-06-12 04:46:30 | Paul Walker writes:

Discovered this e type under a car cover in a motor workshop in 2015 - old lady and gent owned for the last 40 years and hardly ever used it. Most of its life has been spent in dry storage. 2 previous owners and under 20k miles from new. Discovered 2015 and finally purchased in 2019.Took me a few years to acquire but think its a great find.

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