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850527

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 1962 Bright Red
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  oxfordshire
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Record Creation: Entered on 9 December 2007.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Registered: 828 HNP

Photos of 850527

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Exterior Photos (3)

Uploaded February 2012:

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2007-12-09 23:01:42 | Lofty writes:

Registration 828 HNP

2010-05-11 17:37:38 | Alex mamas writes:

saw this car advertised on the internet,e-mailed dealer who was selling on behalf of owner and wrote "if the car is an original uk rhd with matching numbers and a history file i will pay what your asking for her"..... funds transfered on 11/5/2010 hoping to collect end of this week... photos and further update when collected

2013-04-17 04:02:17 | ben writes:

this car cannot have a history file i owned it when it was old english white and it certainly didnt have history.sold to a car painter in newport for £375

2014-05-09 14:12:34 | Alex Mamas writes:

Along time has passed since the previous owner sold the car for" "£375.00" History folder now 2no A4 folders bulging with receipts from so called jaguar specialists based up and down the country that obviously enjoyed overcharging for their parts and labor, Earliest entry from 1967 with most mot"s present from 1973... now currently enjoying a full nut and bolt rebuild to concours condition ( full matching numbers)

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