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Record Creation: Entered on 7 June 2003.

 

Photos of 885036

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Exterior Photos (3)

Uploaded June 2003:

2003-06-06
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Details Photos: Exterior (1)

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2003-06-06
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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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2003-06-07
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Detail Photos: Other (3)

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2003-06-06 12:16:02  |  Lofty writes:

seen at : www.classicjaguar.com/885036.html


2003-06-07 01:34:59  |  Steven D. writes:

Hope this early car gets saved


2003-06-07 01:35:07  |  Steven D. writes:

Text (mostly picture captions) from ad:

1961 E Type FHC - 885036

This extremely early E Type FHC (the 36th coupe built) is currently undergoing a total restoration in the Classic Jaguar workshops. It will be refinished in its factory original livery of Opalescent Dark Blue coachwork with biscuit hides.

As delivered, We have seen much worse!


For future reference...
Coupe # 36, body # 30

All chrome intact

Primative early hinges (no covers)

Different tailgate latch

Different 1/4 light latches

Originally Opalescent Dark Blue with Biscuit interior - we will confirm with a Heritage certificate

We believe actual miles, checking with original owner

Notice (correct) roadster seats in background

Matching number block and gearbox


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