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Record Creation: Entered on 22 November 2003.

 

Heritage Notes

Transport charges including marine insurance charges, Coventry/Veracruz (By direct steamer)

Owner: Pablo Gonzalez

Love old sports cars, the E Type is my favorite, and specialy this with great owner history.

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Updated February 4th, 2005. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 875098

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Exterior Photos (3)

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2003-11-22 02:38:14 | Lofty writes:

Seen on Classic Jaguar's web site, in their shop for restoration.

2005-02-04 11:32:13 | Pablo Gonzalez writes:

Only E Type delivered and recorded by the factory to Mexico, Owned by President Lopez Mateos, great racing fan, with many sports cars.
Totaly restored, not shown yet, and used regularly.

2005-02-04 16:15:44 | Pablo Gonzalez writes:

Only E Type known, delivered by the factory to Mexico, Owned by President Lopez Mateos, a great racing fan, with many sports cars.
Car now is totaly restored, not shown yet, and is used regularly.

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