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1R20725

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 4.2 Jaguar E-Type 
 Fixed Head Coupe 
 Right Hand Drive 
   
 1R20725 
 7R11521-9 
  
  
   
 
 1970 Bright Red
 1997 Black
 Unknown 
 Original Buxton
  Derbyshire
 Original 
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
 

 

Record Creation: Entered on 23 August 2004.

 

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2009-09-26 01:24:47  |  XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Notes From Heritage Record was added: Registered: KJB 857L

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    Heritage Notes

    Registered: KJB 857L

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    2004-08-23 09:30:34  |  pauls writes:

    Car sold at auction in '97. Info at:
    www.classicauctions.co.uk/car_search_index.html

    Auction description:
    Status SOLD
    Estimate £9500 - 11000
    Hammer Price £8500.00
    Mileage 47383
    Colour RED
    Trim Colour BLACK
    Chassis No 1R20725
    Engine No 7R11521-9
    Registration KJB857L
    CC 4200
    M.O.T 11.5.1998
    This privately entered 1970 Jaguar 4.2 'E' Type fixed head coupe was last owned by Sir John Glyde Walker of Missenden and he kept the car for over 20 years.
    It is an original right hand drive car with all matching numbers and it was imported from Jersey in approximately 1972. It has the manual four speed gearbox and an M.O.T. until May of next year. The car is painted in Red and the interior trim is finished in Black and the owner describes the car as being in fair condition throughout.
    'E' types are still very reasonable at the moment but that cannot last. It can't be long before they start to edge ever increasingly upwards. Don't wait too long!


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