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I turned the puzzle in a set of simultaneous equations, and then used the SymPy library to solve it using Python. It runs in 310ms.

Solution:The date of birth is 1 / 3 / 1942 (i.e. 1st March 1942, his age is 65).And here it is without using SymPy. This code runs in 41ms.