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2008-06-20 00:18:09 | jagman writes:


1974 V-12 Convertible, have owned since 18,000 mi, previous owner collector who ordered it and picked up in Coventry England for US delivery (see Coventry County Sticker).Fully original except water pump (1991), repainted full strip w/ Glazurit (1989), vinyl top re-skinned (1994). ALWAYS garaged. Runs like a scared cat, hits 110 easily. 38,885 original miles. All work papers in hand, including original window sticker, manual and tools. Moving to house with no garage.

2011-08-06 18:11:58 | Mike writes:

I have the original "Passport to Service" for this car. It has the original owners name (Mr. V.C. Lower) and service records through 25425 miles. Delivery date was 2/9/74 and the last service was 3/23/77. I use to work at the dealership and saved boxes of manuals when they went out of business. This was probably left in the service department in 1977. I would like to reunite with the car if anyone has contact information.

2011-08-06 18:50:08 | Mike writes:

I added the engine number and the Registration No. listed in the Passport to Service I have for this Jag. Contact me by email if you wish to obtain the original Passport.

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