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 Fixed Head Coupe Red
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 R5888-9 27 June 1962
 5 June 1962 Great Britain
 1962 Primer
 2003 Yuck
 Awaiting Rest. 
 Original Bedford
United KingdomUnited Kingdom


Record Creation: Entered on 5 July 2003.


Heritage Notes

Registered: WAN 976

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Restoration Photos: Stripdown (3)

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Restoration Photos: Metalwork (2)

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Restoration Photos: Rear Axle (1)

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2003-07-05 07:11:17  |  Paul Coleman writes:

Found in a barn now awaiting total restoration.

2005-04-13 07:48:09  |  Paul Coleman writes:

Due to a house move I sold this car in February of 2005.

2017-06-15 20:52:48  |  Joshua Bellamy writes:

Hi there Paul im hoping you can help my dad bought this jag back in 1971 he restored it then sold it in 1976 im trying to find it now, do you have the details of the guy you sold it to
thanks Josh

2017-12-03 00:23:24  |  Stephen Strickland writes:

Hello Josh, Ive seen your car a couple of times at our club outings here in Perth , Australia and its now restored in BR Green.One thing I find amazing is that my car is chassis 860619 and here we are on the other side of the world and our cars were only 20 apart on the production line in 1962 and 20ft apart at a recent show!

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