Wilmot Breeden (Union) keys were used on a lot of early cars like: Austin Healey, Jaguar, MG's, Morris, Land Rover and Triumph cars and even some motorcycles. The key code number was stamped on the face of the ignition switch. Example: FT224. On later cars, no key code is stamped on the face of the lock insert. You may find a piece of paper with the key code number in the housing of the lock or switch. The original car owner's for later cars also received a metal tag with the key code number on. We supply all old keys, Including MRN, FP, FR, FA, FS, FT, FV FNR. Just Search for the code on the website. i.e. serch for    FT

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FT FV Key Blank by Union Series FT101-225

  • Brand: Union
  • Product Code: C070 LF6
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £2.91

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Tags: FT, Union, Land Rover, JCB