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As Mick croons(did he ever croon? nope), "I can't get no satisfaction." Any chance of more photos, bonnett, boot, interior?
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As Mick croons(did he ever croon? nope), "I can't get no satisfaction." Any chance of more photos, bonnett, boot, interior?
Steve
I’ll have to take more pictures! Hahaha I just took some before I store it for the winter. I live in upstate NY. We already had 6in today which is actually very mild snow.
 

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Perfectly historic with the retrofitted beltline trim. Some owners of series 1 cars did that in the early seventies to make their cars look like the, then, new version. The missing wheelcaps are contemporary, too. A lot of caring owners drove like that in winter. When the winter tyres came on the caps & trim were stored in the cellar so that they did not suffer from dirt or salt.
 
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