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 3.8 Jaguar E-Type 
 Open Two Seater 
 Left Hand Drive 
 1963 Mostly Rust
 2008 Biscuit
 Original Blacklick
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Record Creation: Entered on 18 May 2008.


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2008-05-26 15:26:33 | XKE Data writes:

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  • Current City was changed from Blaclick to Blacklick
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    2008-05-17 19:25:52 | Pete writes:

    1 mile from my house..driven to yard, dissasembled and left rotting!

    2008-07-18 16:21:41 | Mark writes:

    How incredibly sad. There are still most likely a lot of usable parts in there, so I hope this one doesn't get hauled away for scrap. At the very least the title should be preserved to allow another E-Type to be built up around it.

    And to think that in 1963 someone was showing off their new car....just sad.

    2008-07-18 20:53:11 | pauls writes:

    Hope someone can come along and rescue at least a remnant of this car before it returns entirely to dust.

    2011-12-11 08:22:07 | Alan writes:

    It's very sad to see a beautiful car like the E Type to be in this kind of state. What where the owners thinking? Can't understand why they'd leave it to rust away like this, maybe it's because the owners had died and people had forgotten about it, or either they couldn't afford to restore it and was left, or maybe it was stolen and was dumped in a deserted area.

    2011-12-13 10:17:25 | Pete writes:

    No, the gentlemen bought two cars, a coupe and a roadster. The coupe had less rust, he had bought the roadster as a "parts car", drove it home dissassmbled it and left it out side for 35 years. Coupe was parked indoors after dissassemby.

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