Chassis No: 115/2556

Engine No. E601/15b

Built : 23 jun 1967

Original Registration:WTU667E

Original Colour:  

    exterior  Crystal Blue

    interior   Black

  additional Information   

     It is as Original except for 70’radio


Original Equipment:

1.Electric Aerial



Current Colour: Azure Blue

Current Engine No: I will forward in due course

Current Registration:

Current Mileage: 66563


Mileage Record:

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Current Owner since:

Giles Millard May 2013    -   to date.


Previous Owners:


1967  - uncertain    Mr Kitchin

1992    -  2013         Mr Forssman 



Club Area: South Africa


Past work.

2005 - 2006.Engine and Transmission removed and now to be reconditioned


2006 - 2007


2007 - 2008


2008 - 2009.


2009 - 2010.


2011 - 2012




Future Projects:


  1. I intend to keep the car ,one of the first West Bromwhich vehicles stock standard. I will recondition the transmission, engine wheel rims and breaks. I will replace all of the rubbers and pipes/hoses and tyres of course.


  1. I will do a complete re-spray in either Crystal Blue or the Azure Blue.


  1. I will replace the head gaskets with a high flow ones and ceramic coat the exhaust manifolds to combat the heat soak The engine will receive new pistons and a complete balance 

Known on the Forum as Giles M

CURRENT HISTORY Page  - for 115/2556

JOC Membership  Number    ****

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Current Owners Comments (as at Mar 2014)

I am not sure if Richard Calver has sent the details of my car to you – which Richard reckons is the First  West Bromwich built vehicle.

 

I am re doing the engine and transmission – mainly to fix an oil leak and secondly as a precautionary measure .

 

I feel the car justifies the effort and expense.

 

Giles


Current Owners Comments (as at Jun 2013)


Now to get started (once the Lotus Esprit engine is fitted).


I live in Pretoria South Africa ,an inland city with fairly low rainfall (and I have  never seen snow ) so the car is rust free i.e. all the sills and box sections are devoid of rust.


I would like to find out when the car was exported from the U.K to South Africa –probably in the 1970’s.