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 885334 12 January 1962
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Record Creation: Entered on 17 August 2014.

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Exterior Photos (1)

Uploaded December 2014:

2014-12-23
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Action Photos (1)

Uploaded December 2014:

2014-12-27
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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

Uploaded December 2014:

2014-12-27
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2014-08-17 01:41:44  |  Jerry Mouton writes:

Racing 8/16/14 at Monterey Motorsports Reunion. Set up racy like but the interior is of very good quality and almost complete rather than stripped out.


2014-12-23 22:28:43  |  Michael Doyle writes:

This 1962 E-type coupe was purchased new by Dr. Howard A. Francis from Leach Motors in Fresno. The Jaguar was then delivered to a race shop in Hanford Ca and prepared for SCCA racing. This car was professionally driven by Norman Balzer of Hanford Ca. This jag competed from 1962 to its retirement in 1971. The Jaguar coupe has been professionally restored to historic condition by Intrepid Racing of Reno and is in Concours condition.


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