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1 Pygmy is historically significant based on: (i) its testing at Camp Holabird in late 1940 which was an important event in the development of the "jeep;" (ii) its design contribution to the eventual standard military "jeep;" (iii) being the first prototype produced by Ford and oldest known example of the "jeep;" and (iv) its mostly unrestored condition.
The shed will provide space for all of them - both restored and unrestored.
One of these programmes was damaged and has been restored and sold for PS1,100 while the other programme, which is in better and in unrestored condition, sold for PS1,800.
Men had significantly more unrestored decayed surfaces than women.
And you do have to remember that when the E-Type came out it was a fairly cheap car for what it was, poorly made, not very durable and, as a consequence, most of the unrestored ones - and some of the restored examples - around today are 'dogs.
And you do have to remember that when the E-Type came out it was a fairly cheap car for what it was - poorly made, not very durable and, as a consequence, most of the unrestored ones - and some of the restored exam-ples - around today are 'dogs.
He added that, by the mid '90s, conversion to residential use was in progress and sale prices of the buildings in unrestored condition jumped to $20 per square foot for all levels.
Councils, opencast site operators, the Coal Authority and community groups representing those living near unrestored sites attended.
WALES' countryside is blighted by an "unknown" number of unrestored and abandoned opencast mines which could cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of pounds to fix.
All the while during 20 years of conflict, Mono Lake's environment continued to worsen, streams remained dry, and riparian and aquatic habitats were unrestored.