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   British Leyland, New York, USA
 1R9094 15 May 1969
 4R3299 not recorded
 KE6334 not recorded
 15 April 1969 
 1969 British Racing Green
 2007 Black
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Record Creation: Entered on 15 March 2007.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Heritage Notes

Registration Mark Originally issued in Coventry: URW 71 G

Owner: Patrick RICHARD

Owner since June 2000


Updated March 16th, 2007. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1R9094

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2007-11-05 08:37:06 | pauls writes:

Current owner looking for history on the car:

I own the XKE Serie 2 from 1969, serial 1R9094 and I would like to put a history on it.

The JDHT-Certificate reveals it was delivered 1969 to the British Leyland in New York, but have no record of the first owner. No body tells me what happened to the Bristish Leyland and their archives. But I know that the car was exported to Germany 1986.

If anyone remembers that period 1969-1986 and recognize the British Racing Geen, the XKE Serie 2, the Serial 1R9094, there is a chance to learn what happened to the car in the USA.


2007-12-16 06:26:39 | Patrick writes:

Thanks vey much Paul for adding the comment.

I know now further that:
- My XKE 1R9094 was exported from CALIFORNIA into Germany 1985.

How can I check if there is any record (DMV?) about my car in California for the period 1969 - 1985?


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