Originally supplied with standard steel wheels, now Borrani.
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Sold to Japan, 2004 restored by Philip Bayne-Powell, Kimber Cottage, Glaziers Lane, Normandy, Guildford, Surrey. GU3 2EB. ENGLAND
The Vessel ledgers show that Arnolt convertible 313 was shipped on the SS Annik with convertibles 310, 316, 318, 319 and 320, and coupes 315 and 317, received in Chicago on 24 June, 1954. Purchaser was British Motor Sales, San Diego, Cal. on 23 November 1955, invoice 326. Published in MG Enthusiast, March, 1999. Appears to be fitted with H4 carbs and pancake filters, chrome valve-cover and blue fresh-air hose; has wood-rim steering wheel and incorrect front running lights. This car once had a V-8, and when acquired had the incorrect rear axle, front spindles and radiator, with chopped engine compartment.
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