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1R13536

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Record Creation: Entered on 1 January 2003.

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Heritage Notes

Registered: 70 ETYPE

Owner: George Cohn

List admin for e-type@jag-lovers.org This OTS is my second e-type. The first was a '64 OTS that I bought in 1968 for my first car when I was a month shy of 22!

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Updated November 7th, 2005. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1R13536

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Exterior Photos (2)

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Interior Photos (3)

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Action Photos (1)

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Details Photos: Exterior (4)

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Detail Photos: Interior (7)

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Detail Photos: Engine (4)

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Detail Photos: Other (1)

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Restoration Photos: Paint (2)

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Restoration Photos: Interior (1)

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2002-12-12 23:05:04 | John Walker writes:

From notes of J. Walker: 53,600 original miles, factory AC, JDHT certificate.

2003-05-19 23:45:24 | George Cohn writes:

Current owner. Car was bought in 1989 as a basket case from a failed restoration project. Previous owner had bought car in 1989 and paid $87,300 for it! This was at the height of the e-type price insanity.

2003-11-11 23:27:25 | George Cohn writes:

Note: Car was bought in November 1995 as a basket case. The previous owner had sold it to a shop in 1989 after a minor accident. Apparently they only had the car from July 13, 1988 until the accident in 1989. Lien on 1989 title was for $87,300 from the United Bank of Arizona in Tucson AZ. It was paid off on Mar 06, 1991.

The shop had intended to restore car and make a profit on it but the bottom dropped out of the market before they finished another '71 Primrose Yellow OTS for which they were asking $55,000 in 1995 when I bought this car.

2008-04-06 11:46:31 | George Cohn writes:

Someone asked me about the steering wheel. No, it's not the original 16 inch Jaguar wheel although I do have it. I didn't like the feel so I replaced it with the Moto-Lita 15 inch version that is very similar to the original style. It's quite a bit stiffer and you don't feel like you are driving a tractor with a huge wheel.

I also wrapped it with one of those foam wraps to protect the wood and give it a beefier feel. The car gets driven fairly often in the summer and the Arizona heat takes it's toll on anything wood. I have only had the top (hood) up on it a half dozen times.

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