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HBJ8L35488

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Record Creation: Entered on 31 August 2011.

 

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2011-08-31 18:15:03 | david garratt writes:

Car was purchased by me in 1994 from Mr Bill Bivens in Ensinita SoCal and shipped back to UK. It has been converted to RHD.

2021-11-21 03:08:04 | Steve Byers - BJ8 Registry writes:

When entered into the UK 3000 Register in July 2000, the body number was quoted as 3233 BJ8 84839, which was original to another car, HBJ8L/39798. The original body number for this car was 3221 BJ8 80381. Previous owner was Mr. Harris in Westchester, New York. This car was for sale in the December 1981 issue of the AHCUSA magazine, Healey Highlights, page 16.

2021-11-21 03:18:22 | Steve Byers - BJ8 Registry writes:

Per BMIHT original factory build information, HBJ8L/35488 was delivered from the factory to New York, NY -- not to Denver, Colorado.

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