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United Kingdom502HRY

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Record Creation: Entered on 5 May 2004.

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Heritage Notes

Registered: ACP 531B Between 1973-1975 registered 502 HRY

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2004-05-05 16:26:50  |  Herman Stöver writes:

According to the "International Jaguar E-Type Register / Directory of Vehicles and Owners, 1986 edition" of the Jaguar Drivers Club this car was owned (1986) by Leon Denkinson from Beeston, Nottinghamshire, Great Britan, UK registrationnr. ACP 531B

2009-10-11 13:07:32  |  Howard writes:

1964 E Type FHC Chassis no 861471.
This car was originally registered 502 HRY during my ownership in 1973-1975.
I still have the original (continuation) green log book if the current owner is interested.
A small potted history and some photos.
No charge, happy to surrender, I think papers like this should always stay with the car.
Please contact if interested - Howard

2017-10-25 09:55:54  |  Martin writes:

CAR FOUND Oct 2017 !
The car has been garaged for 30+ years but is in 'barn find' conditon.
Photos & further details hopefully to follow.

2018-01-17 15:27:27  |  Martin writes:

If you are one of the previous owners of this car, or think you know anything of its history, do pl get in touch via this website. The current owner would love to hear from you !

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