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Old 23rd July 2021, 21:37   #11
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Now there's a coincidence. That Interceptor was owned and run as a company car (taxed at original purchase price) by a friend of mine in the mid 90s. He could have had it as part of his leaving package, but because it had been a bit of a pig, he decided not to keep it. It was registered as RDA 1 from memory, or maybe 1 RDA. Afraid his classic collection is now more interesting than mine, although not so extensive!
I might have purchased it from him as I bought it in 2000, he lived near Corby if my memory serves me correctly.

I have done 120k miles in it in the last 21 years.
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Old 24th July 2021, 03:26   #12
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My wife has a 2018 ZS, then I've got these, a 2005 Buell Firebolt which I bought May 2008, and a 2017 Royal Enfield Continental GT 535, which I bought in March 2019, with a mere 79 miles on the clock!

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Old 24th July 2021, 10:14   #13
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Neither on my driveway currently, hence the new addition of a 'modern' 75

The 1960 100 was our daily driver - 2 owners from new with 70 odd k on the clock, needs a lot of minor remedial work on it now. The 1950 75 is being heavily modified, but should remain looking factoryish, apart from the largely later bodywork, 3 ltr engine etc .




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Old 24th July 2021, 10:42   #14
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I might have purchased it from him as I bought it in 2000, he lived near Corby if my memory serves me correctly.

I have done 120k miles in it in the last 21 years.
His name was Terry Kendall-Torry, and he lives in my village which is about 15 miles from Corby - not sure where his company office was. I do remember a trip in it to a classic car show at Alexandra Palace - the noise it made when queueing in London certainly turned heads!
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