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 875002 28 February 1961
  United States
 1961 Other
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Record Creation: Entered on 23 January 2004.


Record Changes

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2009-11-08 07:48:10 | XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Factory Paint Color was added: cream
  • Original Distributor was added: Jaguar Cars New York
  • Original Owner Country was added: United States
  • Current Color was changed from cream to other
  • Current City was deleted, old value was: New York
  • Current State was deleted, old value was: New York
  • Factory Dispatch Year was added: 1961
  • Factory Dispatch Month was added: 02
  • Factory Dispatch Day was added: 28
  • 2010-02-15 14:22:41 | XKE Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Current Interior was added: black
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    2004-01-22 23:12:38 | pauls writes:

    Info gathered with permission from:

    This roadster was shipped, along with others, to the US for the New York Motor Show. Subsequently, it was used to develop service instructions. It was dismantled, studied, reassembled, and sold. It's current whereabouts are unknown.

    2004-09-29 18:12:29 | pauls writes:

    The 10/76 issue of Ejag magazine mentions in the "transmission" section that this car was "S"875002. In a note by Tom Hendrics of Maryland, USA he says " S875002 (The second LHD E roadster the S denotes special equipment, just as it does on the XK 120M chassis numbers.) This was a Cunningham race car of 1962-3 vintage. Hansgen and Augie Pabst drove it and it was teamed with the E coupe now in the Cunningham museum. It ran at Daytona, Sebring, etc. S875002 had lightweight parts wuch as an alloy nose and boot (with vents), hard top, and wide wire wheels. The second LHD roadster "lived" in Denver until about 1974 when it was sold to the UK where it resides today.

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