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United Kingdom86PJ

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Record Creation: Entered on 10 December 2016.

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Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"


Car History

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:

Video of S850661

Classic Cars Magazine: Jaguar E-type Lightweight

To hear how incredible the ex-Roy Salvadori Jaguar E-type Lightweight race car sounds play this video. You can read all about our exclusive drive of '86PJ' in the August issue of Classic Cars (


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2004-12-26 23:27:05 | pauls writes:

This car was said to be shown at Goodwood, UK in '01

2008-12-14 07:09:10 | Philippe writes:

Car seen at Goodwood XK60 event in August 2008, driven by Mike Salmon

2010-12-30 13:29:40 | MQ writes:

Delivered April '63 to CT Atkins for Salvadori to drive; '63 Goodwood (Salvadori 3rd), Silverstone (Salvadori 2nd); '63 Mallory Park (Salvadori 3rd); Goodwood TT (Salvadori 3rd); '64 Silverstone (Salvadori 5th); sold to Roger Mac; Oulton Park (Mac 1st); Crystal Palace (Mac 2nd); Brands Hatch (Mac 1st); Mallory Park (Mac 1st); Brands Hatch (Mac 17th); Goodwood (Mac DNF); Snetterton (Mac 2nd); Silverstone GT (Mac 1st); Church Lawford Sprint (Mac 1st ic); bought by Peter Mould; bought by Guy Griffiths and driven by daugher Penny in many sprints & hillclimbs; owned by them for many years; c2001 sold to Henry Pearman & restored by Eagle; sold & resides in UK

2011-09-23 16:49:40 | pauls writes:

Seen at the Goodwood Revival Sept. 2011

2012-07-14 13:33:27 | Loraine Mercury writes:

At the Church Lawford Sprint where Roger Mac was 1st in Class, the FTD (Fastest Time of the Day) was posted by Bill Nicholson in 286FAC, his MGB (known as 'The Old Girl') who was my late Father. His time stood as FTD for 6 years. Dad was a Development Engineer at Jaguar for 10 years, from 1954-64

2015-06-07 13:10:43 | pauls writes:

Listed as sold at:

2016-12-10 19:57:31 | pauls writes:

Man 2016 photos of the car posted at:

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