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1E77559

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Uploaded March 2006:

2006-03-03
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2006-03-03 16:13:29 | Ken Ashbrook writes:

I purchased car in May of 1974 and have owned it since. I have maintained it and drive it, weather permitting. It had approx. 68000 miles on it. I set the odometer back to Zeroa nd have since added 60K. The engines has been rebuilt, the interior has been replaced. The entire suspension has been rebuilt etc.

2006-03-03 16:25:29 | Ken Ashbrook writes:

I purchased this Jag from Sebring Motors of York, Pa in MAy of 1974.

2006-04-07 12:35:26 | Ken Ashbrook writes:

I've owned this Jag since 1974. It has treated me well.
As of this writing, the body needs attention. "Lord will'in and the creek don't rise", I shall endeavor to re-work the body.

2009-02-17 06:52:49 | Ken Ashbrook writes:

I purchased my Jag in the spring of 1974 as a birthday gift for my 1st wife. I still hav the car, but, not that wife!

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