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1E10795

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Record Creation: Entered on 19 December 2003.

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Owner: Rudy Hatcher

E-Type owner since April of 1977.

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Updated August 29th, 2015. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1E10795

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Exterior Photos (1)

Uploaded October 2007:

2007-10-16
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Interior Photos (1)

Uploaded October 2007:

2007-10-16
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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

Uploaded October 2007:

2007-10-16
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2005-02-20 10:15:55 | Rudy Hatcher writes:

I have owned and driven this E-Type since April, 1977, putting some 50,000 miles on it (90K total), had a wreck and did a concours restoration in 1984. Cosmetics were perfect, but the mechanicals kept me from driving the car at speed. 5K later (03) I found the perfect person and did a full mechanical rebuild. Car drives like new and is good for another 100K. Solid 99.00 car.

2007-10-16 15:44:00 | Rudy Hatcher writes:

This was a tarp find. Purchased in 1986, it had been sitting since 1971 and appeared to be a real 34,000 mile car. It had been garaged most of that time but needed help. After disassembling it sat until 2004, at which time it was cosmetically restored to high concours standards and is mechanically perfect.

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