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Record Creation: Entered on 25 January 2009.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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Owner: Daniel Cookson

San Diego (email)

Updated November 12th, 2011. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1E75265BW

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Exterior Photos (8)

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2012-03-16
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Uploaded May 2011:

2011-05-11
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Uploaded June 2010:

2010-06-05
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Uploaded January 2009:

2009-01-31
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Interior Photos (1)

Uploaded September 2010:

2010-09-19
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Details Photos: Exterior (2)

Uploaded November 2011:

2011-11-12
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Detail Photos: Other (6)

Uploaded June 2010:

2010-06-05
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Uploaded April 2010:

2010-04-12
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Restoration Photos: Start (3)

Uploaded January 2009:

2009-01-25
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Restoration Photos: Engine (3)

Uploaded September 2010:

2010-09-11
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Uploaded June 2010:

2010-06-05
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Restoration Photos: Carbs (1)

Uploaded June 2010:

2010-06-05
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Restoration Photos: Cooling System (2)

Uploaded September 2010:

2010-09-11
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Restoration Photos: Transmission (2)

Uploaded June 2010:

2010-06-05
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Restoration Photos: Rear Axle (1)

Uploaded November 2011:

2011-11-12
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Restoration Photos: Electrical (2)

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2010-06-05
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2009-01-25 23:22:15  |  Daniel Cookson writes:

I have owned this car since 1982 when I purchased it from Import Motors in Berkley, California.


2009-01-26 00:00:56  |  Daniel Cookson writes:

I am currently in the process of restoring this fine car to its former glory. It has seen better days. It will soon live them again hopefully.


2010-06-05 21:43:38  |  Roger writes:

Hi Daniel, the "J67" tag is a California thing. Cars delivered in California usually has a tag with "J" and the two-digit year added to the VIN plate, or near it.


2010-06-07 23:01:27  |  Daniel writes:

Roger,
That helps explain it. Thank much. My plate was fastened to rear of my car behind the license plate. The VIN plate is in the engine compartment. Should I relocate this tag, if so where exactly?


2011-11-12 17:09:26  |  Daniel Cookson writes:

I first acquired this 67 E in 1982 after totaling my 72 Porsche in the Berkeley Hills SF Bay Area. Growing up we had a 57 Jag sedan parked in the garage. I drove this E Type from SF to Dallas, TX then it sat for two years. It then spent the next 15 years near Savannah GA. Finally I picked the car up when we lived in Denver in 99. It made the trip w us to San Diego in 02. It has spent the last three years at Mel's Auto and is nearing completion. Not exactly a garage queen, more like a red headed step child.


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