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I took these just after I bought my car in 2005. and The ones whithout the bumper are recent. Excuse them if they look badly shot, im a noob when it comes to this, and to add insult to injury, i cant edit.

Im the second owner ad bought it from an old lady after her husband passed, as it was his car.

She told me if they whent to the shops and couldnt find parking in the shade he would go back home and try again later.

Paint still looks good, 2 rust spots on the sills just in front of the rear wheels that im fixing at the moment, then its off to the interior...

Enjoi

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Yes, red reflectors were required on the back of all imported cars in the '70s. You can also see white reflectors on the front when the bumper was still fitted. It doesnt clash with the colour of the car so im keeping them for now.

Thank you.

Regards

Jacques

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