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671081

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 671081 8 January 1955
 4820 
  Los Angeles
  California
 3 November 1950 United States
 
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 4820 
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Record Creation: Entered on 2 November 2005.

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2006-03-08
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2006-02-08 15:06:12 | Steve Keen writes:

This is my vehicle. I confirm engine number as 4820 with the following modifications carried out by Twyford Moors in 2000/2001. Aluminium Radiator, Negative earth alternator electrics, xk150 rack and pinion steering, Kenlow fan cooling kit with expansion tank, Getrag 5 speed syncro, leather bucket seats, tilton pedal box assy, halogen headlamp bulbs, front disc coopercraft brakes. Current colour silver with red leather.

2006-02-08 15:26:28 | S.Keen writes:

This car has been altered to right hand drive and extensivley modified for reliable, fast and safe motoring. Disc brakes, Alternator, Getrag 5 speed, Tilton pedal box, Aluminium Rad. Header Tank, Kenlow fan cooling, bucket seats, rack pinion steering, halogen bulbs etc.

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