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XKC301

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Record Creation: Entered on 24 October 2008.

 

Heritage Notes

Nicknamed "Brontosaurus"

Car History

Named unofficially as the "Brontosaurus." Clothed in an all-enveloping body, car was built during 1953 to works order #WCR 1148. Designed by Lyons with the possibility of record-breaking in mind, it was run a few times in late 1953. Company paperwork stated "being reduced to produce by Service Department."

Photos of XKC301

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Exterior Photos (1)

Uploaded November 2008:

2008-11-02
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2009-01-09 20:42:54 | wendell gray writes:

lucas is alive and active in each of my 5 old english sports cars and I have proof that this lucas that I deal with is lucifer's brother and is very active and has a vile sense of humor

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