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United KingdomEPM847K

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Record Creation: Entered on 12 May 2003.

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Registered: EPM 847K

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2009-12-15 10:41:28 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 12/09

Auction description:
Lot : 25
1971 Jaguar E-Type V12 Coupe
From a private Yorkshire Collection
SOLD for £9240
Registration No: EPM847K
Chassis No: I550248
Engine No:7S29195A
CC: 5343
Colour: Red
Trim Colour: Black
MOT: None

According to its accompanying British Leyland `Passport to Service', this particular manual example was supplied new by Henlys of Euston Road, London to Ruislip resident R.E. Giles Esq. on 12th August 1971. Just over two months later, the Jaguar was sold to R.J. Huggett Esq. of Cuckfield, West Sussex and re-registered as `RJH 1'. The E-type's last known main dealer service was carried out by Dutton-Forshaw of Russell Square, Brighton on 6th March 1975 at 36,206 miles. Entries in the `Passport to Service' cease thereafter and the next mileage related piece of paperwork is a MOT certificate which was issued on June 12th 1980 at 58,318 miles. By then the 2+2 belonged to Donald Simmons Esq of Albourne, West Sussex who sold it to the vendor four years ago. Various Jaguar Driver's Club valuation certificates remain on file from Mr Simmons' twenty-eight year stewardship (1977 - 2005) as does a 1996 invoice from PMB Sport of Hassocks, West Sussex relating to a top-end engine overhaul (new head gasket set, timing chain, valve seals etc); while, the fixed-head coupe last appears to have passed a MOT test on January 31st 2000 at 59,902 miles. Purchased as a suitable candidate for restoration and garaged as part of a private collection, work on `EPM 847K' has yet to commence.

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