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Record Creation: Entered on 7 December 2007.


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2009-09-24 06:56:36 | XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Notes From Heritage Record was added: Registered: XKE 75
  • Heritage Notes

    Registered: XKE 75

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    2007-12-07 22:55:50 | pauls writes:

    Registration XKE 75

    2016-10-11 02:45:38 | John S writes:

    Nov.83 Classic & Sportcar article found re. Oct 1961 RHD OTS and photo.

    2016-10-19 10:11:13 | Jeremy B writes:

    Original reg was 828 WFM, and car was once red.

    2017-09-19 11:01:36 | Roberto Giordanelli writes:


    I owned this E-Type from 1971 to 1984.
    I would like to buy it back.
    Please get in touch if interested in selling.

    Kind regards
    Roberto Giordanelli (Sunbury-on Thames)

    Tel: 07973 508132

    2017-11-08 19:44:03 | Roberto Giordanelli writes:

    I owned this E-Type during the 1970s and 1980s.
    Nostalgia has bitten, and I would like to buy it from whomever owns it today.
    Does anyone know where it is?
    Please get in touch if you know.
    Discretion assured.
    Many thanks
    Roberto Giordanelli
    Tel: 07973 508132
    email: info@roberto-giordanelli.com

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