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- Bone stock numbers matching 327 CID V8.
- Powerglide 2 speed auto shifted convertible.
- New Carb 390 cfm.
- New Exhaust System.
• Rocker Covers.
Owned since 1989, she is called “Camilla”.
She has had a full bare metal respray in Bentley dark blue in 1997, and a new interior from Classic Industries in Florida USA.
Most of the work was done by RPM in Aldershot England, who are experts in Muscle car restorations. They do a lot for Lord March. Since I hold an International Race licence we have souped up the suspension. It has poly bushings, Bilstein race sleeved shock absorbers, and Carbon fibre rear springs, a rear anti roll bar and a thicker front anti roll bar. She is also lower than stock at the front.
Camilla has only ever had three previous owners, the third owner was a flight Lieutenant in the RAF, who bought the car in Florida.
He later became a Wing Commander and commanded the RAF Station at Lossiemouth near my Scottish Farm.
I then discovered that he had married a friend of my sister’s! So we did have fun when we got them over for lunch (in Scotland!).
I served in the Blues and Royals (Royal HorseGuards 1st Dragoons) between 1978- 1986, Andrew Parker-Bowles was my commanding Officer. However, that is not the reason why Camilla is so called. Just thought I would put the record straight as everyone asks me this!
Building a CJ7 Jeep from 1979 for Hill climbs.
Camilla is in need of another back half respray.
I also own a 68 Camaro Z28 which I race and have submitted to this site. You can take a look at it here: