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The 100M was introduced in 1955, its modifications similar to those on the 1953 Le Mans cars.
Delivered new to the late Earl of Wharncliffe, it competed in hill climbs and other motor sporting events, until the Earl suffered serious injuries in a car accident (not in this car).
The car was then stored in a garage for many years until undergoing a complete restoration by Alastair Naylor of Shipley.
|Output||110hp @ 4,500rpm|
|Manufacturer||Austin Motor Co. Ltd|
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