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James Knight, international group director for Bonhams Motoring, said: "Following months of painstaking research, working with the best historians and notable marque specialists, Bonhams unravelled an intriguing mystery involving the unrestored Jaguar C-Type offered, correcting more than 60 years of accepted Jaguar history.
Auctioneer Thomas Del Mar suggests that specialist collectors of arms may find objects more appealing in an unrestored condition.
The main etiological factor was dental trauma followed by unrestored nonvital carious teeth.
Power supply remains unrestored in three provinces Thursday due to the onslaught of typhoon "Nona".
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.
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'.
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.
It's an awesome weapon, even in its unrestored condition.
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.