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 4.2 Jaguar E-Type 
 Fixed Head Coupe 
 Left Hand Drive 
 1970 Pale Primrose
 2010 Tan
 Exc. Original 
 Original Washington
District of ColumbiaDistrict of Columbia
United StatesUnited States

United KingdomVRW405J


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Record Creation: Entered on 21 November 2010.

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2010-11-21 09:56:37 | Robert A. Andretta writes:

"USA States" in first registration is an error, but I cannot undo it. The car was re-painted in 2005, but it is otherwise original, but for parts changed for mechanical reasons. The builder's plate in the left door only gives the date of manufacturing and the VIN number. For the less than two years this car was owned by the first owner, I was closely associated with it, and I can say the engine and gear box have never been changed, although the clutch was. Also, Primrose or Pale Primrose are not to be found listed anywhere on the car. "Nice driver" might also be a good choice for surrent condition. I don't know the official name of the interior color, but "tan" seems to be it. The car came new with its Wabasto sunroof already installed.

2010-11-22 10:57:37 | Lofty writes:

so reg: 153 536 SINCE1973

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