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United Kingdom658EBL

AustraliaURD935

 

Record Creation: Entered on 5 May 2004.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Registered: URD 935

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2004-05-05 15:15:58  |  Herman Stöver writes:

According to the "International Jaguar E-Type Register / Directory of Vehicles and Owners, 1986 edition" of the Jaguar Drivers Club, UK registrationnr. was (1986) URD 935, owner: unknown


2016-08-24 13:14:21  |  judd skevington writes:

was my parents car full history from Nov 1965-May 2001 known. current location unknown. I have photos of this car 1965 1969 & 2001 which was the year i sold it. car was unlicensed & plate number URD 935 was transfered to my 4.2 series 1 FHC. car was bought from Cambden motors in Leighton Buzzard U.K, & sold in Perth Western Australia.


2016-09-08 17:40:48  |  judd skevington writes:

checked old paperwork additional details are- engine no 1279-9 body no V5454 car no 861120. original colours Opalescent dark blue with red interior my father had it painted BRG in 1969.


2017-01-02 02:10:26  |  Luke Connell writes:

I'm the current owner. The numbers judd provides still match. The car is undergoing complete restoration needing lots of bodywork with extensive rust in the usual e type places. I bought it in 2008. I have some photos from previous owners including one with dated 1964 in what looks like the uk with a boy and adult standing beside the car with uk rego 658 ebl.


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