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Record Creation: Entered on 18 September 2003.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"


Owner: Robert Herman

I've been retired for 1 year now, and I am trying to get my Jag running good again. It has been sittin in a garage for about 5 years.


Updated September 18th, 2003. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2003-09-18 09:52:22 | Robert Herman writes:

I have owned this car since Jan 25, 69

2005-05-17 07:49:06 | pauls writes:

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Robert writes: I bought it on Jan 25, 1969 from Grand Prix Motors in Jacksonville, Florida. It is pretty much in original condition, although I changed the rear end from a 3:54 to a 3:07. I had the engine rebuilt once because it was burning a lot of oil. Had it repainted 1997, pale primrose. It's running good right now. Had to replace ignition parts and re-do carbs a year ago after it had sat up for awhile.

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