unrestored

unrestored

(ˌʌnrɪˈstɔːd)
adj
1. not restored or returned to a previous state or position
2. not restored to health
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Now with 41,796 miles on the clock, the car will be auctioned on August 17 by Morris Leslie at Errol Airfield, Perthshire, and is one for those with a keen eye for an immaculate, unrestored, classic Jaguar.
EXPERTS have spent a fortune restoring a 1930s motorbike to its former 'unrestored' look.
"That's the case with this wonderful Brough mortorbike restored to look unrestored. The work to restore this bike cost more than a normal restoration because a lot of original parts were used."
However, the rest of the promenade - that runs north of the Rendezvous - remains unrestored.
However, the rest of the promenade - running north of the Rendezvous - remains unrestored. That section has two dilapidated shelters, weathered surfacing and outdated public toilets.
Mark Bryan of auctioneers H&H said: "Even the unrestored projects were all carefully wrapped up to protect and preserve them."
Residents living along the national roads, meanwhile, endured the dust and elements due to the unrestored roads.
A perfect unrestored example will show the fold lines as that is how they were distributed.
"It needed high-test gas and I stopped at one Sunoco station so much, the owner let me use the wash bay once a week for free," said George, who chalks up the car's great, unrestored condition to those regular hose-downs.
He dubbed his restoration of 2001 "unrestored" because it was made using an entirely analog process derived from the original photo negative.
Olusola said: 'We have presented overwhelming discrepancies in the results declared by INEC to the tribunal to adjudicate upon and I am,confident that the popular mandate of the people of Ekiti will not go unrestored.