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Record Creation: Entered on 27 April 2017.

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Heritage Notes

First owner C.M. Bodger

Photos of 888279

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2017-04-25 04:19:12 | John Coventry writes:

My car is still very original apart from colour (changed at some unknown time in its life, and I am not about to put it back to original) and I intend to keep it pretty much that way apart from converting it to UK spec. (RHD, 3.07:1 diff.), fitting an uprated fan and changing to an alternator / negative earth to cope better with modern road conditions without altering the inherent feel of the car.

2019-09-06 08:42:18 | John Coventry writes:

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