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Record Creation: Entered on 30 December 2005.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"


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Uploaded May 2011:

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2011-05-16 10:53:19 | Dirk Libeert writes:

Purchased by me through my company Classic Motor Action - Belgium on April 15, 1993 from David Adams, of West Lynn, Oregon and imported in Belgium on July 06, 1993.
When I purchased the 140, David had started the restoration on the car, mechanically it was sone, the body was painted pastel blue. The interior was out of the car, but lovely original as seldom seen. The car needed finishing, soft top and soft top cover and partial assembly.
I finished the car, decided to repaint it as the paint was not satisfactory and had it redone in the beautiful pastel blue metallic. The car was magnificent when finished, and I sold it to a French customer in 1994

2011-05-18 07:20:50 | Peter Ingram writes:


How does Australia fit into the history ??

2018-01-02 05:01:24 | John Elmgreen writes:

Reference to Australia was obviously a typo, corrected back in May 2011.

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