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1964 spitfire hornet production numbers? #579617
01/05/15 10:58 pm
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Does anyone know how many were produced in 1964. There is one on Humboldt Craigslist for $1500.


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Re: 1964 spitfire hornet production numbers? [Re: revblue] #579621
01/06/15 12:18 am
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Seems a bit steep with no front end and all the other parts that are missing.


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Re: 1964 spitfire hornet production numbers? [Re: revblue] #579644
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Gary E will know for sure, but I think the ad is a little low with the total number produced. 1964 Engine numbers started at A65E 101, 1965 started at 701, so around 600 1964 models and probably the same for 1965.

The rear frame section has been removed as well - should be the open loop frame, and it has Concentrics instead of Monoblocs. Prices vary depending on where you are, but that would be a good buy here in Sydney.


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