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DAVEY DEE

644 posts

51 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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Wow! Glad you're on the mend Angus.The salt will be on the roads soon so you ain't missing much.Plenty of Xmas parties to keep you busy for a while too.Good luck with the continued recovery & look forward to seeing/hearing the beasts in the spring.

argoose

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585 posts

119 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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C2james said:
that is lovely, you dont see too many real ones about either. or at least not in england really. smile
Hi James
The Car was used in the states for racing!

Its not original but is very authentic and I am waiting to speak to the original owner in the US about the car history.

When the car arrived in the UK it was rebiult to UK spec. With except of the Roller Cage most racing parts where left on the car and as you can see a stunning job was done.

Edited by argoose on Wednesday 3rd October 16:44

MrChips

2,250 posts

107 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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Was it rebuilt by Legends Automotive? One of my friends worked there for a bit and had a full resto to do on one... it was stunning!!

argoose

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585 posts

119 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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MrChips said:
Was it rebuilt by Legends Automotive? One of my friends worked there for a bit and had a full resto to do on one... it was stunning!!
Hi Dave

No it was a company in Scotland call Classic Mustangs UK they import a lot of cars and are very reasonable in their pricing.

PVN

294 posts

127 months

Friday 5th October 2012
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Hi Argoose. I was only thinking about you earlier this week (we met at Roar 2009) and its good to hear you are on the mend. That is one beautiful car and I bet you can't wait to get it out on an open road. All the best to you.

PVN