unrestored


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unrestored

(ˌʌnrɪˈstɔːd)
adj
1. not restored or returned to a previous state or position
2. not restored to health
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Defendant disengaged the leading forensics expert before the investigation was finalized and unrestored the email backup tapes this expert had previously restored.
9 GTi (PS2,000-PS4,000) a 1993 Ford Fiesta Ghia which has covered just 44,000 miles from new (PS1,000-PS2,000) and an unrestored 1971 Hillman Hunter offered at no reserve.
Recently discovered, it's the world's most historically significant unrestored Land Rover and experts at Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works in Coventry will preserve the history and sympathetically restore the famous vehicle this year.
The earliest figures are, of course, the rarest, dating from the mid-18th century, and examples in good, unrestored condition are hard to find.
Minutes away are two hikes along unrestored parts of the wall.
The Mercedes-Benz 190 SL of NASA astronaut David Randolph Scott, who in 1971 became the seventh human being to set foot on the moon, is in its unrestored original condition.
Today, guided tours of this fascinating, unrestored time capsule bring home the trials and tribulations of its residents as they struggled with poverty, overcrowding and the everpresent threat of eviction.
Autos for Life received an original, unrestored, 1961 VW Beetle that has been in storage since 1994
A RARE unrestored Jaguar which raced in the legendary Le Mans 24-Hour event in the 1950s has been sold for more than PS5.
DUBAI: A two decade old Dubai company is on the verge of closing down as their internet services remain unrestored almost two months since they were cut off over an unpaid bill of Dh358,240.
The gun is in unrestored condition with original wood ramrod and Damascus barrels.