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1E17820

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Record Creation: Entered on 13 October 2007.

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Owner: Daniel Serrato

Have a V-12 2+2 and the 1.5 OTS, for cold days and sunny days!
The XJS coupe for work. (email)

Updated March 29th, 2011. Not legal proof of ownership.

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Uploaded July 2012:

2012-07-19
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2007-10-13 18:59:22  |  Dan Serrato writes:

plan to add performace upgrades.


2007-10-13 19:19:30  |  Dan Serrato writes:

building a hot street car.


2007-11-24 10:03:36  |  Dan Serrato writes:

Just got this info from Jaguar.


2008-05-26 22:27:22  |  dan serrato writes:

Just changed to triple S/U's, five speed and stainless steel headers and system, runs great!


2008-09-22 21:41:33  |  Dan Serrato writes:

Went with 6x15 front and 7x15 rear wheels, with 205's and 215's tires.


2012-07-18 12:59:07  |  Dan Serrato writes:

Extrude Honed intake and a XJ6 big valed head, with a Bell Big Bore SS headers and exhaust. Runs really strong!


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