History from new, including the Sales Invoice, photos and servicing.
The car has always been garaged.
Valuable original registration plate 3 numbers and 3 letters format.Probably valued at 4 figures.
Included in the sale are major spare parts, including windscreens, engine, gearbox, front and rear suspension, rear axle, petrol tank, dynamo and various smaller parts. I estimate these would cost about £1000, if you could find them. These are the key to keeping the car going for years to come.
Some modern upgrades to suit today's needs, such as electric wipers, electronic ignition,solid state flasher unit enabling LED lights to be fitted, electric fuel pump, spare tyre mounted under the boot floor and comfortable front seats, which are a close match to the originals.
The car was fitted with a heater, from new, which works well. Also leather seats. All specified on the Invoice.
The upgrades are bolt on and reversible, so the owner can revert to original specification.The genuine original parts for that are included in the sale.
Inertia reel seat belts were fitted some years ago.
All brake parts, suspension, engine and speedometer have been replaced or rebuilt.
Refurbished steering wheel.
Copper brake and fuel pipes.
Stainless steel exhaust.
Big ends converted to shell bearings.
Even the ash trays are unused because the owners were non smokers.
Converted to negative earth for so that modern electrical accessories will work, such as the ignition, flasher relay and LED lights could be fitted.
A 12V power point and USB socket have been fitted which I use for a dash cam.Some of the accessories are connected to a bladed fuse box.
Thousands of Pounds spent,since the 2009 restoration, with receipts.
A copy Ford Service Manual is included
The carpets and headlining are a bit tired but not expensive to fix.
Rare to find a classic car with a pedigree like this.
It would suit a lady or gentleman who appreciates originality.
The car is in Heswall, Wirral CH60 area
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