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Record Creation: Entered on 18 December 2005.

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Owner: Cameron Fender

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Updated November 30th, 2009. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 888486

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Exterior Photos (1)

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Restoration Photos: Stripdown (8)

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2005-12-18 14:30:19  |  Gary McCoy writes:

Currently tearing down for restoration. Purchased and transported from Omaha, Nebraska in Sept, 2005.


2005-12-22 03:31:32  |  Tony Wright writes:

Hi Gary ,
I recently bought a 63 xke #887006, It came from usa to new zealand I am at the same stage as you stripping it ready for sand blasting and full restoration.Parts are not so expensive here just finding time is hard.


2006-08-11 07:20:06  |  pauls writes:

Ebay item 8/11/06
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-1963-Jaguar-E-Type-FHC-All-s-match-factory ...
Current bid $3,050 reserve not met , 3 bids, 9 days left in auction. 35k miles.

Sellers description:
Car has been disassembled and media blasted down to bare metal inside and out. Left rear of car and right front bonnet and wing need some bodywork. The basic car body and the front frame tubes have not been bent and there are no cracks in the original welds. There is some rust erosion on both rear wheel wells, passenger door and by the front left under where the battery sets. Also left side rear of door needs some work. Floor plates need replaced (already have the new ones). The rest of the car is in excellent shape and close to being ready to paint. Pictures were taken during disassembly and wire tags were used to mark the wiring harness connections. The car is located in Gilbert AZ. (Phoenix). More pictures are available for both before and after media blasting. Email me if needing additional details.

The car is located in Gilbert AZ. (Phoenix)
All numbers match the factory plate
The following NEW parts and accessories are included
· Black leather upholstery and carpet kit
· seat foam kits
· bonnet hinges and springs
· floor pans
· brake rotors and pads
· springs
· shocks
· wheel knock offs
· 4 Dunlap sticker tires and tubes
· reservoirs for front, rear brakes and clutch
· reservoir mount plate assy.
· rear end, motor and transmission mounts
· chrome bonnet vent
· chrome motif bar
· windshield and hatch window rubber seals
· body seal rubber sets
· heater hose kit
· ignition coil and misc elect. parts
· complete exhaust system
· misc chrome pieces
· 2 gallons of British Racing Green paint
· disassembly pictures
· Repair and Maintenance Manuals
· various JAG books
· parts catalogs


2007-06-11 06:21:48  |  Anonymous writes:

Did it find a new home and how is the resto getting on ?


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