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Considering this eye-catching Stag was restored in 1991, it appears to remain in supreme order, and is considered by the vendor to still have 'excellent' bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, V8 engine and manual overdrive gearbox. It is finished in a tasteful shade of Dark Blue and trimmed in Black, and it is clear from the related paperwork and total cost of c.£26,000 that the restoration was extremely thorough. Carried out by Tudor Classics of Worsley, Nr Manchester, it began with a total strip, following which the bare body was sandblasted before being repaired with numerous new panels. The major mechanical components were also all stripped to the last nut and bolt and reassembled with replacement parts as required. Once completed, 'LPH 369P' must have been as new. It is now offered with fresh (but unfitted) hood and frame, hard top, and a large collection of invoices and old MOTs; plus one valid to April 26, 2016.