Chassis No: 115/2691

Engine No. E737/15B

Built : 5 Dec 1967

Original Registration: OYY 10F

Original Colour:    Mist Grey

                        Blue Interior


Original Equipment:

  1. *Power assisted Steering

  2. *Hide Trim to Seats

  3. *White Wall Tyres

Current Colour: Sky Blue*

Current Engine No: E737-15B

Current Registration: PKF876F

Current Mileage: 60,034

Mileage Record:

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Current Owner since:

20/01/2017    -   to date.

Previous Owners:

K & S Motors from 01/09/1983    -  20/01/2017

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Club Area:

Past work.

2016 - 2017.

2017 - 2018.

2018 - 2019.

2019 - 2020.

Future Projects:

  1. Full nut & bolt bare metal restoration.

Known on the Forum as Max

CURRENT HISTORY Page  - for 115/2691 PKF 876F

JOC Membership  Number    ****

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Current Owners Comments Oct 2019

Thats nothing, will send you other catastrophes that needed to be overcome on this build shortly. The roof section is too far gone, so I sourced a roof from RenJen which is rearer than “Hen Teeth” and that will be grafted on over the next coming weeks. Front apron had pressed from Martin Robey along with front bonnet hinge panel spanning the width of the front end.

The car is probably the most extensively as well as expensively conservation ever undertaken. Only brand new Mark 1 panels have been used or fully restored new metal gone in by way of expert fabrication.

Current Owners Comments Sept 2017

I am happy to confirm that the full nut n bolt restoration is now underway.  I am currently stripping the cars interior, engine bay, external fittings in preparation of sandblasting back to bare metal and vapour blasting engine.

The sunroof will be coming out I'm afraid and new metal replacing it. The car will be restored to the original specification build sheet supplied by Martin Robey.

Mist Grey paintwork, no sunroof, whitewall tyres and chrome trim fittings applied to the under arches to mention but a few. The car will be more of a conservation as opposed to a restoration, whereby all salvageable body panels will be taken back down to bare metal and re-fabricated, strengthened with new steel.

I shall send pictures of the engine being removed next week before it goes off for sand blasting.

Kind regards

Owners Comments Jul 2017

Beautiful classic that has earned its place in history thus all attempts to keep one of these British icons on the road should be met with gusto!!


            Blue (for sale)                         Green (on the road).                     Yellow (under restoration)                         Black (scrap )

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