1965 RHD OTS 4.2.
Two owner car.
Matching numbers. Heritage Certificate. 54,000 miles
New leather, carpet, and canvas “hood” or convertible top
Zero rust. Original papers. Unopened tool kit.
In 2011 the car was partially restored with the following done:
Bare metal paint of a rust free car
Complete interior and top
Boiled and painted gas tank and radiator
All new hoses, belts and rubber throughout
All new or rebuild clutch and brake hydraulics
New clutch, resurfaced and balanced flywheel
Complete stainless steel exhaust
Rechromed bumpers and any needed items
Complete engine rebuild with new pistons, valves, balanced and polished.
Engine prior to rebuild had 160 pressure in all cylinders.
New period correct tires. Road speed spare
Correct rebuilt fuel pump.
Climate controlled garage and only used aviation gas
Has an upgraded sound system that looks like a blaupunkt but is digital with smart phone/MP3 jack. It can be reversed completely if needed. There is also a bigger cooling fan for Nebraska It is invisible and completely reversible.
54,000 miles. Many more photos available.
E-mail for video of the car's engine in action - firing right up after a winter in hibernation. Also have video of the gauges while the car is running and many more detailed photos and Heritage Certificate
Asking $285,000.00 US
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