An introduction and return of a member car

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An introduction and return of a member car

Postby Rmvr53 » Fri Mar 14, 2008 4:20 am

I'm Bill Fleming from Parker, CO USA and just purchased V-BS2-L/8267.She's a 62 Princess Mk2 (of note - Colorado title indicates the car as a 64) in Carlton Grey w/blue trim. I hope to have her road worthy again in short order as the greatest issue facing me first is the ring gear in the rear end (departed thru a slot of its own making in the rear cover!!)
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Your 3 Litre Mark 2

Postby Bryan Peebles » Fri Mar 21, 2008 3:52 pm

Car manufactured October 1962 fitted with Automatic Gearbox, Left Hand Drive, Power Steering and Whitewall tryres. Exported to Los Angeles. Hope this helps.
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Re: An introduction and return of a member car

Postby Rmvr53 » Wed Sep 24, 2008 5:15 am

Rmvr53 wrote:I'm Bill Fleming from Parker, CO USA and just purchased V-BS2-L/8267.She's a 62 Princess Mk2 (of note - Colorado title indicates the car as a 64) in Carlton Grey w/blue trim. I hope to have her road worthy again in short order as the greatest issue facing me first is the ring gear in the rear end (departed thru a slot of its own making in the rear cover!!)


sorry to report but the above referenced VDP was destroyed in a house fire 8/22/08

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Postby Bryan Peebles » Wed Sep 24, 2008 9:04 am

Sorry to hear this Bill. Hope you and the family are OK.
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