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Record Creation: Entered on 26 July 2004.

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Ultimate E-Type Enthusiasts interested in the lightweight E-Types will want to pick up a copy of Philip Porter's Ultimate E-Type: The Competition Cars. Buy it directly from Porter & Porter: www.porterpress.co.uk/ultimate_e.htm

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Uploaded April 2007:

2007-04-21
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2004-11-04 08:35:34 | pauls writes:

Car was listed as a participant in the Monterey Historics event: 1963-1966
Production/GT Cars over 2000cc. This was a 2004 race.
www.montereyhistoric.com/past/entry_pdf/7b.pdf

Text: Car 23, 1963 Jaguar E-Type Lightweight 3800cc S850659 Philippe Reyns

2009-11-10 19:21:17 | pauls writes:

Said to be originally supplied to Briggs Cunningham, sold to Allen Lloyd, UK. First official Lightweight.

2010-12-30 13:23:37 | MQ writes:

Delivered March '63; first Cunningham car; '63 Sebring 12 hours (Hansgen/McLaren 8th); prepared at factory for Le Mans 24 hours (Grossman/Cunningham 9th after brake failure); Sept '63 Bridgehampton (Hansgen 3rd); owned by Nigel Dawes in '80s; presently owned in the UK

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