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1R41657BW

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NetherlandsAL4863

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Record Creation: Entered on 14 January 2003.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Registered: AL-48-63

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Photos of 1R41657BW

Click slide for larger image. This car has 9 photos. (Dates are when image was uploaded.)

Exterior Photos (3)

Uploaded July 2007:

2007-07-03
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Uploaded June 2003:

2003-06-18
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Uploaded May 2003:

2003-05-24
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Interior Photos (1)

Uploaded May 2008:

2008-05-25
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Detail Photos: Interior (2)

Uploaded January 2007:

2007-01-16
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2007-01-16
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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

Uploaded January 2007:

2007-01-16
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Detail Photos: Other (2)

Uploaded January 2011:

2011-01-15
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2011-01-15
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2003-01-14 08:36:58  |  Jos Raven writes:

Car has not the original Automatic gearbox. A new one has been fitted.
Body color is now Primrose Yellow, was Signal Red.


2006-12-16 11:54:05  |  Jos Raven writes:

I converted the automatic transmission to a 4-speed + OD from a 1969 XJ6 Series I.
14-12-2006


2011-01-15 06:22:11  |  Jos Raven writes:

Late 2008 I had an electrical power steering mounted.
I love it !!


2016-05-02 12:37:59  |  Jos Raven writes:

Sold March 2016.


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