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  1. Another Inverness Mystery Sidescreen TR On Thursday, 17 November 1955, an early 3 -- the last 2 had been assembled only a month earlier -- rolled off the production line and was taken to Scotland. Intended for the home market, this TR's commission number was TS 9204, body shell number 84226, and engine number 9685. The UK registration numbers show that KST 277 was first registered in Inverness, on 9 August 1956. Why did it sit in a car dealership for almost a year? A mystery. Forty Years Later Fast forward forty years when, some time in the mid-1990s, this Scottish sid
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