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Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2003.

 

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2011-05-09
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2004-01-22 23:24:06  |  pauls writes:

Info gathered with permission from: www.hendi.nl/xke/main.htm

875010 was originally shipped to Jaguar Cars New York. In 1989, it was rumored to be located in Southern California, to have lost its original engine, and to be fitted with a center-mounted backup light.


2005-01-10 10:10:23  |  Anonymous writes:

Car has been restored and is currently in Atlanta, Ga.


2005-10-25 18:57:27  |  wayne writes:

This car has its original engine and has been fully restored to a prize winning level at Amelia Island. It has many features common to the very early e-types, including many parts that are pop riveted on instead of spot welded.


2007-11-07 01:34:18  |  ken writes:

lets see a picture.... whoever owns it! i have a 63OTS...

KEN


2010-02-27 19:52:54  |  chris writes:

I owned this car in the late 80s early 90s. I purchased the car from a gentleman in Louisiana. When I got the car it had a ford straight 6 with a auto box of the same manufacture. Several months later I saw an engine adverted in the same region in the old car trader. Turns out the original engine could be had for a $1000.00 with all ancillaries and gearbox. This unit was purchased and shipped back to Socal.


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