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S827121DN

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 June 1958 United Kingdom
 
 1958 Carmen Red
 2003 Black
 Rest: Concours 
  Sydney
 N842962P New South Wales
 Original 
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Uploaded July 2007:

2007-07-19
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2007-07-19 08:23:49 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '03
www.motorsnippets.com/auctionlots.asp

Auction description:
16 November 2003 Cromwells
Engine No: N842962P
Chassis No: S827121DN.
This superb vehicle was despatched on 27th June 1958 to Henley’s, London and sold new to RS Bruce & Co in the UK, it was shipped to Australia and registered in NSW in 1985. It was Sydney owned by one owner for many years and underwent an extensive restoration from 1996 through to 2002. It is superbly presented in Carmen Red with black upholstery, carpet and roof is fitted with the Special Equipment extras including chrome wire wheels, fog lights, twin exhausts, and electric overdrive. It has a 3.8 litre 'S' Type engine with triple carburettors and 4 speed manual transmission. We are informed over $40,000 alone was invested in the body restoration by Tony Pallas, recent improvements include new water pump, ignition leads and overhauled front brake callipers. This car presents superbly and has full NSW registration to April 2004

2012-01-20 00:30:01 | Gavin King writes:

I did some mechanical work on this car in 2002 for the then owner, Nathan Barker. It had been restored but was not as good as it sounds in the above ad! Gavin King - Concours Sportscar restoration www.concours.com.au

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