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Signage: This H.J. Mulliner Fastback is one of only 24 left drives built and only 12 are known to exist today. This late example was initially ordered by Josephine Tarafa of Havana, Cuba, with an impressive list of one-off extras that included high speed driving lamps, front wing air intakes with cockpit vents, front vent wing rain gutters, four ceiling mounted reading lamps, an eight-day clock, altimeter, fuel pump isolator switch, reclining seats with map pockets to their backs, air horns, privacy curtains and outside mounted spare tire carrier. An original period air conditioner and fitted luggage have since been added. All the original documents and complete tools in their Mulliner box have survived. This spectacular high-speed tourer is possibly the finest example currently existing anywhere. No "trailer queen", it is a flawless performer enjoyed and exercised regularly.