MG TC wanted

Cars For Sale / Wanted
Added: October 2, 2018 Modified: October 2, 2018
  • Location: Derby, Derbyshire,

I once owned KJH 669 and sold it reluctantly in 1969 for 90 pounds . For many years it disappeared from the register and the DVLA so I assumed it had been exported.
Happily I now see it is back .
If the current owner should happen to read this I would like to ask that he give me first refusal should he decide to sell in the future .


Posted by: ROY STARK

Telephone: 07853276308
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