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Record Creation: Entered on 23 September 2003.

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Owner: Henry Pitts

Live in the country north of Baltimore with horses, cats and dogs and now a Jaguar. Oh, and a wife! Am looking forward to driving my new 1971 E type after a 35 year hiatis.


Updated November 1st, 2004. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2003-09-23 20:28:08 | Steven D. writes:

Car was present at Washington DC JCNA Concours in Rockville MD on Sept. 21, 2003

2003-11-15 22:47:41 | Steven D. writes:

Added engine, gearbox, and body numbers

2003-11-15 22:50:20 | Steven D. writes:

This car has the chrone around the front grill opening and had the badges on the side of the bonnet. Also has power steering and AC.

2004-09-19 19:59:59 | Anonymous writes:

Is this car one of the "rare" 16 cars built at the end of the production run of the series 2 as Jaguar changed over to the series 3 V 12's ?

2005-01-03 18:12:21 | Henry writes:

This car is currently having a 5 speed transmission installed, the power steering and the air conditioning removed, and a three carb manifold and carbs installed.

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