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Picture 1: What the car looked like when I first saw heR. Believe it or not, she was parked in a garage less than 10 minutes away from where I live, and on the way to work!!
Picture 2: This is the engine bay.
Picture 3: This is the stamp on the engine. I think the number is very low.
Picture 4: The central counsel badge: 385.
Picture 5: Where the vehicle is stored inside. Its friend is a 1972 Mercedes 280sel, fully restored. Similar to the one on the Exorcist.
Picture 6: There is absolutely no rust on this vehicle. This is a typical fender.
Picture 7: The underside of CDN385ITR. This shows the dealer installed undercoating.
Picture 8: This shows CDN385ITRís other friend - a show quality 1985 VF1000F Canadian Interceptor.
The build date is March 1997.
Have records for most of its life. Strangely, the first owner treated the car like a luxury car. He had A/C put on (which according to the records was not cheap). He also had the dealership apply a premium protection package which included undercoating, sound deafening and fabric guard. Also, the tires are original and most of the mileage was put on in the first two years. After that, very few miles were put on.
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