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1E10317

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Record Creation: Entered on 23 December 2002.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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2011-04-06
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2002-12-23 23:38:30 | Anonymous writes:

Barrett-Jackson auction Scottsdale, AZ 1/15/1998 lot #136. Sports Car Market report reads:

"125,372 miles, correct original radio, chrome wire wheels. Good recent interior but a poor repaint blistering behind driver's door and only fair door fit. Mostly original high miles driver that seems to have been carefully maintained but cheaply refurbished."

2004-07-25 10:54:19 | pauls writes:

Auction description and result (car not sold):
1965 JAGUAR XKE ROADSTER
LOT #136 - RESERVE
1998 BJCCA CCA
HIGH BID OF $23,000
COLOR - CARMEN RED
TRANS - STD
CYLINDERS - 6
VIN - 10317

SAME OWNER SINCE 1968, 30 YEARS. AUTHENTIC COLORS AND PARTS, CARMEN RED EXTERIOR, BEIGE INTERIOR, BLACK TOP. BEAUTIFUL CAR.

2004-07-25 13:07:45 | pauls writes:

Car was entered, not sold, at auction in 1996.

1965 JAGUAR XKE ROADSTER
LOT #93 - RESERVE
1996 BJCCA CCA
HIGH BID OF $31,000
COLOR - CARMEN RED
TRANS - 4 SPEED
CYLINDERS - 6
ENGINE SIZE - 4.2L
HORSEPOWER - 265
VIN - 10317

NEW INTERIOR AND TOP. ONE OWNER LAST 28 YEARS. NEVER DAMAGED. RUNS AS GREAT AS IT LOOKS. AUTHENTIC JAGUAR COLORS AND PARTS.

2005-03-18 18:30:32 | Patrick Pengelly writes:

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