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United Kingdom6162RW

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Record Creation: Entered on 13 July 2004.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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2012-10-05
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2004-07-13 20:09:15  |  Bud Marston writes:

Jaguar World magazine, August 2004, pg 38. 860010 (6162 RW) now with JD Classics for restoration. Retained by factory as a press car. Appears to have been stored since mid-1970s. Good condition, usual sill & floor areas have rusted, spare wheel tray, engine frames, other vulnerable areas in excellent order. Fllors and section behind the seats have been carefullly cut out. One nice side photo in the artlcle.


2004-09-29 18:08:09  |  pauls writes:

The 1/77 issue of Ejag magazine mentions that this car was a "works press car, 6161 RW".


2004-11-03 10:43:39  |  pauls writes:

11/3/04 JD Classics comment at: www.jdclassics.co.uk/gallery5.htm
E Type 3.8 Series 1 Fixed Head Coupe, chassis number 10, Factory Developement Car Registration number 6162 RW to original specification


2007-10-17 06:45:59  |  Pekka T. writes:

This car can be seen driving though snow in Chris Harveys "E-type End of an Era" page 31, and also this press car was featured in a road and track test by German Auto, Motor & Sport in 1962. They stated that 6162 RW was fitted with a 1:3.07 rear axle and Dunlop RS5 tyres (if I remember correctly it was stated that these were racing tyres with wider rims at rear) and they recorded a 256km/h measured over one kilometer and averaged from the best runs in both directions, that's 159 mph! They also fealt sorry for the E-type, as it could have done better in their track test against the Ferrari 250 GT they also had tested, had it had a close ratio gear box as they mention now that they could mainly only use two gears on this track! Whoever has this car, it would be nice to see pictures and get some real information about it. Cheers, Pekka T.


2009-01-14 13:43:08  |  pauls writes:

There is a picture of the stripped car and a discussion of its history and restoration start (by JD Classics) on page 104 of "Jaguar E-Type Celebrating the World's Most Famous Classic Sports Car" (Jaguar World) published in '05. ISBN-10: 187309874X


2012-02-01 12:18:14  |  Barchettamadmax writes:

This famtastic E Type is finished now. Saw it in December at JDC and I as blown away. What a beauty. What a work they have done to this vehicle. Every screw appers to be right, every detail as far as I understand is in place. Had a lengthy talk to one of the worksmen, he said he has not yet seen a similar level of work on any E Type. And I guess at JDC they should have seen some good examples. It would be absolutly fantastic to see this car out on the roads. But I bet it will end up in some high end collection. AS most of the time. Sad, but we still have hope.


2012-10-09 06:38:28  |  Hales George writes:

This car won best fo show at UNIQUES SPECIAL ONES end of September. Perfect restoration and the perfect early E Type. What a car! And what a history this car has as the third one of the factory test cars!
Hope to see it again, the owner seems to be a well known collector and frequently shoing his cars on shows.
Well done No 10!


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