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Old 22 Mar 2018, 22:09 (Ref:3809996)   #46
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Old 14 Jun 2019, 17:45 (Ref:3910182)   #47
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Originally Posted by bernardcooley View Post
I recently acquired a AM29 chassis number 104 and it came with paperwork including this forum topic. I also own a Tui that I'm trying to figure what chassis it is. It lists the type as a BH and it is chassis number 003 on the tag. I've always been told it was a BH3 but I'm not sure it is. When my dad bought it from Ed Davin in the 80's he was told it was Jon Woodner's car which would make it too old to be a BH3. Is it possible there was a BH chassis? Post the number plaque tomorrow.
Hi Bernard, did you find out anything more about this car?
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Old 25 Aug 2020, 12:44 (Ref:3997844)   #48
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ltvrt should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
TUI drawings

i am the curator of Len Terry's drawings.
there are Tui drawings FSV dated 1972 and coded by Len as LT29 (arch motors chassis nr was AM29)
if anybody is interested in these, they should contact me LEO68130 at gmail dot com
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