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1R26669

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Record Creation: Entered on 28 April 2003.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Photos of 1R26669

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Restoration Photos: Start (3)

Uploaded January 2018:

2018-01-28
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Restoration Photos: Paint (1)

Uploaded January 2018:

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2003-04-27 22:17:38 | Anonymous writes:

Car is sitting outside at a repair shop just north of Gettysburg, PA on Route 15. This does not seem to be a Jaguar speciality shop but rather just a general foreign car repair shop. It has rust lines near the lower seam of the door and the bonnet is unlatched so I am not sure what the eventual plans are for the car. The shop was closed when we drove by.

2018-01-23 10:39:40 | Joan and Sal Chandon writes:

My wife has owned this XKE since 1978. It was a daily driver for many years, but sat for 10 years in our garage. It is now nearing the completion of a complete restoration, original colors and as true to the car as possible.

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