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TOR232

DenmarkPX5691

DenmarkUL45470

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Record Creation: Entered on 5 July 2009.

 

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2010-09-01 20:08:51  |  XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Engine Number was changed from R6099-9 to R6088-9

  • 2010-09-02 02:52:54  |  XKE Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Registration numbers (raw data): was added: TOR232|PX5691|UL45470|EIE940H|KE1H|
  • Registration number location (raw data): was added: United States!CA|Denmark|Denmark|Germany|Germany|

  • 2012-06-11 14:46:10  |  XKE Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Last Seen was changed from 2009 to 2012
  • Registration numbers (raw data): was changed from TOR232|PX5691|UL45470|EIE940H|KE1H| to TOR232|PX5691|UL45470|EIE940H|KE19H|

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    Heritage Notes

    Full list of registration numbers: TOR232 (United States, CA) ; PX5691 (Denmark) ; UL45470 (Denmark) ; EIE940H (Germany) ; KE19H (Germany) ; .

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    2009-07-05 08:55:13  |  Gartzen writes:

    1st owner: Jack S Woody
    Sacramento Cal.USA
    2nd owner:: Frederick Wilson
    Lythgoe SacramentoCal.USA
    3rd owner: Tom Markussen
    Hellerup, Denmark
    4th owner: Claus Herrmann
    Denmark
    5th owner: Wolfgang Holzinger
    Beilngries, Germany
    6th owner:Hartmut Gartzen
    Cologne, Germany


    2009-07-20 10:25:08  |  Gartzen writes:

    I found and bought this wonderfull Jaguar E -Type Series 1, because my car was completely destroyed by fire during a visit to "Lagao di Como" in Italy during late May 2009. We came down from St. Moritz via the "Passo de Bernina" when the car began to burn from the right rear side. Durings some 10 minutes the car burnt completely down (as one can see at xke.data 880039.
    The good news I found this wonderfll car.
    And the other: the car will be restored during the next 2 years.
    I´ll try to report from this action..
    And the other news: It is foreseen to restore


    2009-11-29 07:57:35  |  Gartzen writes:

    Meanwhile the car received some modifications, such as an electronical ignition "Ignitor",an axial motor fan "Spal" with an airflow of cfm 2360, another gearbox. The original Moss - box was replaced by a Getrag-5-speed-box.


    2012-03-12 15:13:42  |  Anonymous writes:

    The car runs still perfect.
    In 2010 we did a trip to Italy ´s Toscana and had some days at the "Nürburgring" during the famous "Eifel-Race".
    In 2011 we repeated the trip to Italy and spent some days at "Spa-Francorchamp"in Belgium during the "6-Hours Race",where also a meeting took place on behalf the "5o-Years E-Typpe".


    2012-06-12 12:15:23  |  Gartzen writes:

    Car is still in a very good condition - runs perfect - is fast and reliable


    2015-12-18 14:29:11  |  Gartzen writes:

    Durimng the last years we did a lot of tours to Italy, Switzerland, Austria and Slowenia. Thees were journeys perfectly organised by the "Boxenstop" Museum, Germany. We do per years about 3.000 Miles. The car runs perfectly.


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