Kent Kinard kentkinard at verizon.net
Mon Feb 11 03:58:41 GMT 2008

Hi Steve,
I have one of these that's a parts car.  Richard Elliot will probably 
wind up with it as I don't intend to move it back to Medina.

Kent K.

S Manwell wrote:
> Hi Dirk,
> You have at least one other rare TC, the red very late 1970 car.  It 
> is a Series I, but it has many of the features of the Series II 
> Federal cars -- sort of a Series 1.5.
> The Series II type features include side marker lights and reflectors, 
> turn signal lights below the front bumper, alloy "2000" badges with a 
> black background, R-O-V-E-R letters on the lower left of the trunk 
> lid, ignition key with steering lock, lighted hazard light switch, all 
> (as far as I can tell) of the added Series II emissions components, 
> ambla seats with basket weave patterned pleats, and VIN number plate 
> on the driver's window sill trim.      My photo of the VIN shows 
> 859004720 -- this is very close to the end of the 4987-car production 
> run.  I forget what month in 1970 it was built -- April or June I 
> think.  The only other very late Series I with these features that I 
> have seen is Andre Shay's car in Connecticut.
> --Steve
> Dirk Burrowes wrote:
>>  I have had a TC 2000 series 11 since 1978 VIN 4350000078A made 12/70 
>> om the
>> VIN tag I started a restoration when I was young and dumb got about 
>> 1/3 into
>> it and then life took over. I have had it sitting inside a old truck 
>> trailer
>> since 1983. I guess I will have to finish it at some point.
>> Dirk
>> -
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