I SEZ -
> Bullwinkle SEZ -
> > So few of the really milestone MG's are located in the US
> > even though the US recieved about 75% of the total post WWII
> > production. Even some of the Sebring cars are now longer
> > here. It would be great in the car would stay in the US.
> I forwarded this message to the Harold LeMay Museum
> in Tacoma.
I got a reply from Eric LeMay expressing interest in the car, but
they need to know if it's the genuine LeMans car. He wrote:
> There is a longshot possibility we might be interested in this car, but I
> need to know which EX-182 this is because that will make a big difference in
> its value. All of the EX-182s had a designation and 4-6 of them were built
> starting with EX-182/38... to EX-182/42 (or possibly up to 44).
Can anybody here provide verification that it's the actual
history-making car and not one of its siblings?
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Airborne Express, Inc. | records, there were 78s."
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