King Tut

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zacmarshall
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King Tut

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This is Sheila Jenkins' Interceptor III, King Tut.

Many people will recognise the car having been owned by Martin Ritchie previously.

The car was bought by Sheila's husband Fred who sadly passed away. Sheila is enjoying driving the car and has become active in the club taking on the role as Regalia Secretary.

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With the bonnet scoop it had when Martin Ritchie bought it.
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Looking good. I love the WTF expression on Steve Paynes face on the last photo.
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Just so you know what your Regalia Secretary looks like
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I regretted selling King TUT as as soon as I had sold it!
I was so pleased it went to such wonderful people and both Fred and now Sheila have looked after the car well and have continued to iron out any niggles, including recently, replacing the steering rack.
It's a real surprise and pleasure seeing the car as "Car of the Month"!
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You may be pleased to know I still have the scooped bonnet from King Tut on my car .
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Re: King Tut

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money_one_four wrote: Sun Apr 28, 2019 2:35 am You may be pleased to know I still have the scooped bonnet from King Tut on my car .
I can't believe I missed your post for over 18 months money_one_four !!
Somewhere, I have photos of the inside of the bonnet from when I replaced the Hardurer (Spelling?) covering. You can see slight dents which the intake / scoop was designed to cover, at the time when bonnet skins were't available.
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