One of 2,417 built from 1959 to 1962, velvet green over sand left hand drive originally purchased by Charles Polis, wine importer of Maastricht, Holland February 24th, 1962. 380 cubic inch V8 overhead valve engine with hydraulic tappets and cast aluminum block and heads paired with a GM four speed automatic transmission. Special options include air conditioning (York compressor), split bench seat, safety belts, Marchal post lamps, extra high frequency horns, and elongated sun visors. Finely restored and exceptionally maintained, a true collector example. Accompanied with documentation on the service history of the car. Body number CT.5159, chassis number LSAE.143, engine number 71 ES.
Originally purchased by Charles Polis, Maastricht, Holland, February 24th, 1962, deaccessioned from Yankee Candle Car Museum, Massachusetts, 1990-2002, Personal collector car of Dr. Ingahsaeng Supat, Fairfield, Connecticut.
Car would rate a 4 on collector car condition code scale, very well maintained, accompanied with an accumulation of receipts for parts and labor most recently May 11th, 2018. A nice driver.
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