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Record Creation: Entered on 24 April 2005.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Owner: Mac McAnulty


Updated September 15th, 2011. Not legal proof of ownership.


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2012-03-21 23:43:29 | Lofty writes:

I purchased this car from a friend of mine in 1994 and have a very interesting story about the engine. I checked all of the numbers and found out the engine was not the original and was from a 1968 XKE coupe. Didn't think too much about it until last year when I was poking around the XKE Data website. So I do a search in the data base for the engine # that is currently in my car and it says it belongs in car 1E34931. So I contact the current owner and tell him that I've got his engine. His car was imported to the UK from Arizona in the US and my car is from Colorado. So I ask him to check the engine # in his car and it turns out to my engine. What are the odds of that happening. I have no idea how this could have happend as the repair history to both vehicles is not available. But just know that the original engine exists and is complete and running condition in the UK is amazing. Someday we hope to reunite the engines to their proper chassis.

2018-04-21 16:44:48 | brad balles writes:

hello Mac...I have an early coupe came from western new york ie Canadequa.. it is now in north dallas with a non original engine..I just pulled it out of barn where it had been stored for 35 years...while going thru boxes of parts I came across a data plate...for car 1E 77808 !!! how it got there is a mystery...regards brad b dallas tx

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