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1E51314

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Record Creation: Entered on 18 April 2020.

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Heritage Notes

Factory regn NOK673F

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Uploaded September 2021:

2021-09-06
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2021-09-06 11:14:39 | Harry Stevens writes:

Sold by Peterborough Classic Cars of Thorney in June 2021. Seller's description below.

www.peterboroughclassiccars.com/jaguar

This is a very well presented and documented car with Heritage Certificate and a folder bursting with history. 6 previous owners. MoT history confirming odometer reading of 107,000 miles. This car was subject to an older restoration in 2003/04, new bonnet alone was over £4000. She had an engine rebuild in 2002 and gearbox rebuild in 2003. Retro fitted with an overdrive unit operating on 3rd and 4th gears. Genuine UK RHD car. Carmen Red on black interior piped in red. You don't see many 2+2 Series 1's with enclosed headlights, upper mounted side lights and toggle switches around...ever.

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