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 4.2 Jaguar E-Type Sable
 Fixed Head Coupe Cinnamon
 Left Hand Drive Not Applicable
   British Leyland, New York
 1R26659 12 August 1969
 4R22032 Not recorded
 KE7369 Not recorded
 17 July 1969 United States
 1969 Dark Blue
 2007 Beige
 Rest: Nice Not Applicable
 Original Hannover


Record Creation: Entered on 25 December 2007.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"


Heritage Notes

Body Number: not supplied by enquirer, Today outside color: dark blue, restorated: 2004-2007


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2007-12-25 09:35:45 | Lofty writes:

the E-Type was fully restorated from 2004-2007 and is now in best condition.

2007-12-28 12:11:46 | "Duesing" writes:

Hallo E Type enthusiasts!
I have bought this E-Type in 9/2000 from a man in Germany. This man has bought the car from a man of the Netherlands (Paul Banser his name). This man restored the car 9 or ten years long. But I have no fotos from the restoration (he will not send them!) and I do not know the owner before. Who knows anything of the history of my car?? Who was the first owner, the next, .... Who can help me??
Many thanks from Germany!!

2007-12-31 11:53:36 | Duesing writes:

The body Nr. I ve found..

2008-12-22 00:42:48 | Roger writes:

Note: This car is also listed here as 2R26659

2019-01-08 05:14:10 | Süling writes:

Please write me, who were the owners before I bought the car!
Do you have Fotos??

2019-01-08 05:17:02 | Süling writes:

Please write me, who were the owners before I bought the car!
Do you have Fotos??

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