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Record Creation: Entered on 13 July 2006.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Heritage Notes

Registered: MOF 196F


E type 2+2 1968
420 saloon 1968
XJS Convertible 1988
XJRs Le Mans #89 1988
Ferrari 400i GT 1980 (for sale or exchange against an other E type make offer)


Updated November 6th, 2006. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2006-07-13 06:06:19 | DRUELLE writes:

looking for a true E type engine

2009-01-25 20:36:04 | rick writes:

I see you have No 89 of the 100 XJRs Le Mans celebration edition. I have no 26 and have just spent £4000 on the bodywork and paint, interior to do now!! So far - in a week, including our two vehicles I have also found no's 71, 73,47,4,27,1,89,58,30 and 77. Some have been / are being scrapped (of which I purchased the interior of 27!) but have yet to find one in mint condition. How is No 89? Are you aware of any others still around? Sorry, it's just keeping me entertained during a short bout of illness.
Kind Regards

2009-01-26 01:02:42 | Franck writes:

Mine is useable every day, it just has a buble of rust on the right front wing.

It is one the only two existing in France, the #89 and the #4

2016-11-30 15:46:52 | Rob writes:

I bought her in 2013. She is now dismantled and I have begun work.

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