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Record Creation: Entered on 12 January 2009.

 

Photos of 876688

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Exterior Photos (5)

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2009-01-12 00:30:54  |  pauls writes:

Article found by Ernesto Grilletti in the July '07 edition of the French magazine ''Rétroviseur'', a great find.

''Ordered in 1962 with aluminum bonnet, hard-top and doors, we can
consider this very special E-Type (chassis number 876688) as a pre-
lightweight. The first lightweight was built with chassis S850659 (
registered as 5115WK) and handed to Briggs Cunningham to race it in
1963. Jean-François Bentz's car, prepared by Francis Trichet, was
restored in 1988 to race in VHC''


2009-01-12 15:38:15  |  Philippe writes:

Saw the car at Spa-Francorchamps in 2003 and Le Mans Classic 2004.
It was then painted by stylist Chantal Thomas and was participating in a fund raising to
support Children's Heart surgery with several sponsors.


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