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 UE1S25031 15 March 1974
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United KingdomVMR724M

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Record Creation: Entered on 17 May 2020.


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2020-05-12 14:06:26 | Harry Stevens writes:

Imported into the United Kingdom from the United States and registered VMR724M in April 2019. For sale at Andrew Walker Cars of Templecombe for £65,000. Seller's description below. Listed on eBay UK.

A lovely V12 roadster with manual transmission recently imported from the US. The last owner, a lady from Florida, owned it for 31 years, and it has done a genuine 52,600 miles. It was Ziebarted from new and is entirely rot and accident free. The clutch has just been replaced, the tyres are new and it has just been fitted with a new black mohair hood and hood cover along with a new carpet set. Since its repatriation, the bumpers and overiders have been changed to UK spec, and the de-smogging equipment and air conditioning have been removed. The engine is very quiet with excellent oil pressure and it drives beautifully. The interior is original and very tidy. It is UK registered and comes with its Heritage certificate.

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