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   Henly\\\'s, London
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 21 April 1960 United Kingdom
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United Kingdom263AXT

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Record Creation: Entered on 1 May 2010.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


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2010-05-01 18:26:19 | Paul McNabb writes:

Very rare rhd 150 s roadster as seen at the Western States Show in Santa Maria, CA

2010-05-02 06:11:23 | Peter Ingram writes:

Only 93 built in RHD/ 1st owner actor Trevor Howard - Captain Bligh etc UK reg was 263 AXT Has rare
manual overdrive. Believed to be Robert Gillette of Wisconsin

2016-05-14 21:12:44 | Mike Eck writes:

This appears to be the car that was used in the TV show "Murder, She Wrote" S12 E20 entitled "Southern Double-Cross".

2021-03-09 03:05:13 | Ewan Pearson writes:

This car is the subject of a detailed review article by Michael G Scott on pages 12-19 in the Sept/Oct 1992 edition #131 of "Special Interest Autos, 1920-1970 Collector Cars", published in USA and Canada. Copies are readily and cheaply available on the internet at present. It was pictured in colour on the cover of the magazine, then a Red car with red tonneau and interior and white wall tyres. Registration plate was 263 AXT.

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