First owner was Lulu, date of registration 29/07/1971 with her name in the logbook Mrs Marie Gibb Car then sold in October 76, I became the 3rd owner 3/12/1981. And have owned the car since then.
The car was looked after by Schmitt Automobiles ever since with paperwork to show. Just had a up to date general service and ready to go, with its V8 engine. I have admired and loved this car doing very little mileage since I have owned it, now time to let go and be enjoyed by someone else.
See the pictures it is a rare car having factory original Behr air conditioning in need of updating, this is a well loved car, and not concours just a genuine car in great condition , needs to be seen and really appreciated, it has electric sunroof and all electric windows.
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