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 3.8 Jaguar E-Type 
 Open Two Seater 
 Right Hand Drive 
  Sunbury on Thames
 1961 Blue
  Sunbury on Thames
United KingdomUnited Kingdom

United Kingdom828WFM

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Record Creation: Entered on 23 February 2021.


Record Changes

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2009-09-24 06:56:36 | XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Notes From Heritage Record was added: Registered: XKE 75
  • 2019-01-11 17:06:50 | XKE Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Original Owner City was added: Sunbury on Thames
  • Original Owner State was added: Surrey
  • Current City was added: Sunbury on Thames
  • Current State was added: Surrey
  • Current Country was added: United Kingdom
  • Heritage Notes

    Registered: XKE 75

    Photos of 850192

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    2007-12-07 22:55:50 | pauls writes:

    Registration XKE 75

    2016-10-11 02:45:38 | John S writes:

    Nov.83 Classic & Sportcar article found re. Oct 1961 RHD OTS and photo.

    2016-10-19 10:11:13 | Jeremy B writes:

    Original reg was 828 WFM, and car was once red.

    2017-11-08 19:44:03 | Roberto Giordanelli writes:

    I owned this E-Type during the 1970s and 1980s.
    Nostalgia has bitten, and I would like to buy it from whomever owns it today.
    Does anyone know where it is?
    Please get in touch if you know.
    Discretion assured.
    Many thanks
    Roberto Giordanelli
    Tel: 07973 508132
    email: info@roberto-giordanelli.com

    2018-12-24 02:20:57 | Roberto Giordanelli writes:

    Dear Sir/Madam

    Regarding E-Type chassis number 850192

    All the images on the XK Data website regarding 850192 are my photos and my copyright.

    I would be grateful if they could be removed from the website asap.

    This represents a legal obligation.


    Roberto Giordanelli

    (Motoring Journalist. Sunbury on Thames)

    2019-01-03 11:00:18 | Roberto Giordanelli writes:

    I can see how my previous comment caused a stir and would like to describe what happened.

    I was advised by a publisher that it would be prudent to remove two of the photos from the XK Data page on my old car. Regretfully and unwisely I complied. For simplicity, as as instructed in the XK Data notes, I used the XK Database’s legal jargon requesting all the images be removed. I have asked the XK Data Webmaster to remove the copyright comment countless times but to no avail. The XK Data Webmaster has never replied.

    Those who know me will confirm that I am the polar opposite of a litigious person. 

    Regarding a previous comment about buying my old car back, much as I would like to do so, I have an alternative project that will keep me occupied for some time, however I do have some history that the current owner would appreciate. It would also be nice to meet him/her and to see how my old car is getting on. My apologies to those who were upset. I understand how it transpired. Mea culpa. 

    On a separate subject, I am looking at a restoration project to build a Pre-63 FIA spec racing E-Type.

    Someone also mentioned the wide-bodied Modsports Turbo E-Type that I built in 1975/6; early days for turbo cars…. When the Modsports Racing Association heard about it, they banned turbochargers. I have photos of it testing at Brands Hatch. This is long story for another time.

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