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United KingdomAPU196A

United KingdomREG3

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Record Creation: Entered on 5 July 2021.

 

Heritage Notes

Registered: APU 196A

original registration number was REG 3

Owner: Masayuki Sekizawa

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Updated June 14th, 2008. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2005-08-09 07:39:06 | robert writes:

sold at Brooks,Olympia Auction London 27th Apr 1994. estimate 24,000-£28,000.- Hammer price £21000.- REG # APU 196A Engine # R 6506-9 year 1962

2017-08-13 14:33:06 | Michael Scott writes:

This car was consigned to the above auction from the extensive Jaguar collection of the ICS History of Jaguar museum Maldon Essex.
It had been first registered in 1962 with a private plate REG 3 for a Mr Basterble of Peterborough.
It was fully restored in the mid 1980s by Garry Corpe of Nottingham and acquired by the museum in January 1986. There is a fine photo of the car in the official museum guidebook (p.32) and an excellent colour photo in the Brooks auction catalogue (p.73)

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