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1E12366

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Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2003.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Owner: Tom Felts

Brit car owner for years--Have E, 3000 Healey, Spitfire and XJ6L.

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Updated June 28th, 2004. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2014-01-30
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2008-05-18 22:57:10 | Tom Felts writes:

Rescued this car from a barn in Western Pa 18 years ago and put it in nice driver condition. drive it a lot. She is a wonderful driver.

2009-12-31 09:37:16 | Clive writes:

Engine 7E7503-9 advertised for sale on eBay Dec 31 2009, item number 320468978626. Item location: Vista CA. Description follows: "Engine from a series one or one and a half 4.2 xke. engine number 7E7503-9 Engine has been disassembled and cleaned and ready for machining. What you see in the pictures is what it includes You may call me for questions or more pictures or details 310 384 6880 buyer to arrange shipping . May sell head separtly for $700.00 call"

2010-12-07 15:38:16 | Anonymous writes:

His is a made-up number--mine is the engine that came with the car and is listed on the Heritage certificate.

2013-09-11 18:07:35 | Tom Felts writes:

I found out recently that I do not have the original engine in this car. It was replaced by a factory replacement in 66 after the original engine "blew up" according to neighbors of the original owner who died a good while ago. Non-the-less, it is exactly as original except the numbers and runs exceptionally smoothly.

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