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    Great that you've had it from new. There can't be many one-owner cars from 1970 around.
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    Thanks for your welcome. NJT953J is an even closer almost twin to your car, registered in Dorset in October 1970. Apparently it was always kept locally, right up until I acquired it last year. OFC was registered in March 1970 and supplied by the BLMC dealer in Oxford, and is now back in its...
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    Thanks Mick, it's good to know I'm not the only one! That sound when pulling steadily away from the lights is the best there is, in my humble opinion. Simon
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    Thanks for your welcome. You are of course absolutely right...they are already keeping me busy! I have to put my hands up however and admit straight away - probably to the disdain of many members - that I've left most of the oily bits to my skilled and ingenious mechanic neighbour, Dave, who...
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    Thanks Phil, for your welcome. Attached are a couple of photos of OFC after I had got it and given it a bit of a clean. I will take some more pictures and some of NJT, although it is almost identical to OFC - Brigade Red but with Sandalwood instead of Buckskin. Simon
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    Hi - I'm new to the forum and from Oxfordshire, with two Series 1 V8 P6s I acquired last summer. (I was only planning to get one, but...) One is now back on the road after nearly twenty years in a barn; the other was last on the road in about 2015. Simon
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