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 3.8 Jaguar E-Type 
 Open Two Seater 
 Right Hand Drive 
 1962 Dark Blue
United KingdomUnited Kingdom


Record Creation: Entered on 7 December 2007.


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2009-09-24 06:42:45  |  XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Notes From Heritage Record was added: Registered: 7660 PE


    Heritage Notes

    Registered: 7660 PE


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    2007-12-07 22:45:13  |  pauls writes:

    Registration 7660 PE

    2016-02-20 20:56:59  |  mark writes:

    Hi I believe this e type was a fixed head coupe not a open seater, it belonged to my father along time ago. I remember the reg 7660pe

    2016-02-22 11:50:07  |  Anonymous writes:

    Mark, this chassis number can only relate to an OTS, unless the car was unusually changed from an OTS to a Coupe before your father had purchased the car??

    Either that or the entry 07-12-2007 has incorrectly prescribed the registration to an incorrect chassis number??

    I have no interest in this car - just making an observation.

    2016-04-10 21:55:23  |  mark writes:

    Hi Pauls
    Thank you for the comment it would have been nice to see a pic of the car again. I last seen the car 30 approx. years ago it belonged to Brian Alderslade an ex racing car champion late lived in sling Gloucestershire and my father bought the car from him. It was a fixed head, dark blue 3.8 engine. the wheels were a 6 spoke aluminium I think they called them minilites. and the reg was 7660 PE. PE stood for my sisters name. Penny Edwards.
    It would have been nice to see her again.
    Anyway thank you for the comment.

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