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1E51312

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United KingdomSTX2F

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Record Creation: Entered on 15 February 2005.

 

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2010-09-26 17:37:04  |  XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Registration numbers (raw data): was added: STX2F|
  • Registration number location (raw data): was added: United Kingdom|

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    Photos of 1E51312

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    Exterior Photos (2)

    Uploaded February 2005:

    2005-02-15
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    Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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    2005-02-15
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    2005-02-15 17:13:00  |  Lofty writes:

    Q Writes, as seen on ebay, the starrting price is a staggering £32K car looks in good condition.


    2005-07-25 07:40:05  |  TonyB writes:

    Seems we have a nice pic of this car on Jag-lovers as it was being built on the production line at Browns Lane in 1968 - then Yellow! [1E51312]

    www.jag-lovers.org/include/wallpaper/factory_9_1600.jpg


    2006-05-03 08:39:59  |  Peter Crespin writes:

    A better link to the pic itself is hopefully here: tinyurl.com/jujnf . Wish mine had such a picture! Very 'atmospheric'...


    2006-08-27 06:43:47  |  Peter Crespin writes:

    Tinyurl link expired but pic is shown on page 378 of Porter's book: Jaguar E-type The Definitive History.


    2006-08-27 06:59:31  |  Roger writes:

    Thanks for pointing that out. I was in the bog with said tome at one point and said to myself "must note that" when I saw the photo and promptly forgot. I'll write Mssr. Porter and see if it's permissable to show the image here. Then it's just a matter of convincing Mrs. Roger to scan it...

    As I recall, it's the only number which can be made out, at least as printed in the book.


    2006-09-04 00:17:25  |  Gary Hasseler writes:

    Very nice pic! It appears that the colour is pale primrose? The car # appears very clearly on the windscreen. Let me know if you'd like a copy of the picture e-mailed to you.


    2007-12-25 09:30:48  |  gary writes:

    very nice but are you guys sure this is the same car as being very late in S11/2 production should it not have the later cooling system installed as a bulkhead mounted header tank ? which if you look at the owners own engine bay pic it looks like you can just make the bulkhead tank out ? GARY


    2010-09-26 17:16:44  |  pauls writes:

    Car is the cover photo of an article in Wired about Jaguar's 75th anniversary. Note the VIN on the toolbox attached to the car on the assembly line.
    www.wired.com/autopia/2010/09/jaguar-75th-anniversary/


    2010-09-27 16:44:20  |  Pekka T. writes:

    Sorry guys! We've got the wrong car, that Pale Primrose Automatic RHD Series 1 2+2 with a black interior in the factory photos is BODY NUMBER: 4E51312, not chassis number 1E51312. It was made most likely in the end of June 1966. Now I only wish more people would also add the body number and gearbox number onto the site. I guess those are not always quoted for auctions then. BTW the factory photo also shows well the *smooth aluminium cam covers* as well as the "1966" separate door locks on 2+2's. Cheers!


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