That JPF413N. Wondering whether it's the same car in both pics? I have this idea that they worked on a similar basis to the old London Bus Overhaul Works where they swapped ID, so bring in vehicle ABC123 on the morning and a freshly rebuilt one leaves with the same ABC123 registration in the afternoon. Saved on tax disc costs apparently.
Maybe there was somewhere that took in a damaged Invacar and issued a replacement with the number plates etc swapped onto it? I'm only suggesting that because the second pic (presumably newer than the first) shows the car with more modern type of plate and also the badge in a different place.
Alternatively it just had a front end repair and the above is bollocks.
funny you should mentioned that, because stuart said some service centres worked like that, although apparently the AC badges did have a bad habit of falling off
Dez, if there's dental work needed don't hold off getting it done. It's one of those things which the longer you wait the worse it will get - and the more expensive getting it sorted will be. There are few things worse than serious toothache either - especially given you've already indicated that most painkillers don't seem to help you. Picture if you will, a white hot poker being drilled into your jaw, which you cannot escape or help no matter what you do. It is the most unpleasant sensation I have ever encountered in my life and isn't something I would wish on my worst enemy.
If you're registered with an NHS dentist checkups should be free, but any work done will likely require payment to some degree.
If they've told you there is work needed, get it sorted.