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31 Oct 2010 14:47 #18303 by alsancle
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Hi Jeff,

I thought #1 was sitting in Glenn Pray's museum in broken arrow? Perhaps his is #2? While I prefer the original, the Glenn Pray addition is unique in it's own right and I certainly wouldn't mind having one.

A.J.

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31 Oct 2010 18:35 #18304 by mdsbob
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The serial # on the one in Glenn Pray's Museum is PT 1003.
I would interpret that to be Prototype #3.
Bob

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01 Nov 2010 12:46 #18305 by Chris Summers
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Jeff,

The Club accepts Second Generation cars and has grown to incorporate the best historical and technical minds on those cars, as with our other makes. (Notice we have a Second Generation forum here.) I recommend joining the Club, if you haven't already, because it will be an invaluable resource as the car goes back together.

It would be welcome at the Reunion this year, on a trailer, under its own power, or however you can get it there.

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