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Record Creation: Entered on 28 December 2004.

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2004-12-28 17:07:31 | Lofty writes:

White covered headlight coupe listed for sale in Rockford MI. Sept. 1981. "67XKE 34,000 miles, runs perfect, leather interior, new Michelins, new paint. $8,000 or best offer." Evidence of rust repair with bubbling in lower doors and rust in floor pan. Repaired break in right side frame rail.

2017-03-19 07:31:08 | N. Monzona writes:

I own 1E34-007.
It is in the process of a partial restoration. Very nice car.

Rear end restored in Muncie,IN.
Engine by Bill Terry in Benton,IL.
T5 being added

It is in West Michigan.

2017-03-20 22:28:50 | Anonymous writes:

Please post some pictures of 1E34007. I looked at the car in 1981 and posted the 2004 information when I found the For Sale ad and the prepurchase inspection results in one of my rarely opened Jaguar books. It's nice to see that the car survived, is being restored and is still in West Michigan 36 years after I first saw it.

2019-12-19 17:12:58 | Lofty writes:

Car is in Phase 2 of a restoration.
Rebuilt engine by Bill Terry is amazing
Rebuilt rear in Muncie Indiana

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