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Record Creation: Entered on 10 December 2010.

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Retired Mechanical Engineer, race car and engine builder. Purchased 1st E 1966, a 3.8 FHC 861188. Wrote car off in 1968 and purchased 4.2 FHC 1E21003 which was raced extensively thru the 70's to 90's. see photo. Purchased both OTS's in 1974. OTS was never driven with top up, even in the middle of winter


Updated January 18th, 2011. Not legal proof of ownership.


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2014-12-27 21:57:00 | Anonymous writes:

Car was reportedly a race winner and lap record holder at Phillip Island race track Australia. Now Rhodium Silver with black leather and has lightweight appearance and modifications. Advertised for sale some years ago as "Lightweight specs....fastest E Type in Australia".

2015-01-03 04:24:50 | Anonymous writes:

From a report in racing car news regarding Phillip Island race meeting: "...with the track less than helpful...very business like E Type won comfortably....E Type was sandwiched in Sundays 5 lapper but still set fastest lap.."

2015-02-02 23:15:00 | Norman LUTZ writes:

Vehicle was sold to Don Mckay who wrote it of at Philip Island after which it was rebuilt as a road car, painted silver.

2015-04-22 19:38:57 | Anonymous writes:

Car was rebuilt by Olsen restorations after the "off" at Phillip Island. Subsequently received podium placing in Jaguar Car Club Vic Concours.

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