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 1963 Opalescent Silver Blue
 2003 Light Blue
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Record Creation: Entered on 5 November 2003.

 

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Exterior Photos (2)

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Interior Photos (1)

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2003-11-05 12:49:46 | Lofty writes:

Car was sold at Barrett-Jackson's 2003 PMCCA CCA
for $79,380.

Here's the description from their web site:

"This is basically a brand new XKE roadster! The car has a brand new body custom built by Martin-Robey Engineering in England. Every system in the car has been completely rebuilt, restored, or upgraded. Performance, safety, and dependability have addrened with the following improvements; engine-Vernolly pistons, aluminum radiator, stainless steel exhaust and headers, lightweight fly wheel and many others, brakes upgraded to 4.2 series with wilwood calipers front and rear stock. Transmission T5 Borge-Waner 5-speed adjustable alden shocks front and rear. Sufick and Turley interior. Removable hard top included."

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