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 3.8 Jaguar E-Type Golden Sand
 Fixed Head Coupe Black
 Left Hand Drive 
   Ch.F. Delecroix
 888698 28 April 1963
 RA2124-8 
 V5912 Paris
 EB10298JS 
 20 April 1963 France
 
 1963 Opalescent Silver Blue
 2011 Black
 Rest: Nice 
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Record Creation: Entered on 25 March 2004.

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2004-03-25 16:19:08  |  Bruno-Henry writes:

Je possède cette voiture depuis 1977. C'est une française d'origine. Tous les numéros de série correspondent. Elle a été totalement restauré en 2002 conformément à l'origine. Sa robe originale est Golden Sand mais l'Opalescent Silver Blue lui va si bien !

I have this car since 1977. It is an original french car from Charles Delecroix's showroom - Paris. All matching numbers. It was completely restored in 2002 in accordance with the origin. Its original color is Golden Sand but Opalescent Silver Blue is better !


2005-06-29 00:52:39  |  Mark Shipley writes:

Silver blue is better! Looks like this one gets driven.


2005-12-20 10:33:34  |  pauls writes:

I agree, OSB is better :-) 1E14606


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