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1R43300

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Record Creation: Entered on 29 September 2019.

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Owner: CarloM

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Updated February 21st, 2020. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2019-09-26 22:14:08 | Carl writes:

I’ve wanted an E since I was a kid. This 2+2 was gifted to me from legendary car builder, Bob Cecchini from Hayward, CA. Bob bought this car as a gift for his wife. He purchased it from his neighbor who just had the engine rebuilt at a cost of $6K. To make it the perfect present, the car was stripped to bare metal, all mechanical systems were scrutinized, and parts and systems were replaced/repaired as needed. The interior is all new. After the car was completed, the keys were handed over to the missus. The story continues that she had a difficult time using the clutch while maneuvering the winding and hilly streets around where their home is located. After a few years and more than a couple of attempts at shifting/clutching (and not smiling) the car sat virtually unused, with just the occasional drive. It was time for the E to go, and go it did … to me (insert big grin here).

I plan to drive it, tinker with it, drive it, and drive it some more. (insert another big grin here)

2019-10-11 23:12:30 | Carl Marco writes:

Jaguar Heritage Certificate No. 65590

2020-03-05 15:23:57 | Carlo writes:

A few "things" I've done ...

New Tires and Inner Tubes - New Upper Ball Joints - New "Sealed-For-Life" Lower Ball Joints- New Rear Brake Pads - Front Alignment

New Battery - New 3AW relay (Solid State Replacement) - New Otter Switch - New Bosch-Type Relay replacing OEM fan relay - Oil Filter Conversion to Spin-On type - New Spark Plugs - Installed Bonnet Safety Catch - Replaced Air Cleaner Element, and Fuel Filter- New Brake Servo Check Valve - Replaced Non-Functioning Brake Fluid Floats with Fabricated Cork Floats from wine bottle corks ;-) - Replaced All Fuses with Correct Amp-Rated Fuses

Renewed Brake fluid and Clutch fluid - Topped-Off Trans Fluid and Rear Dif Fluid - Oil/Filter Change (with filter conversion)

Touch-up Paint Engine Compartment - Reapplied Rubberized Undercoat Floor Pans - Heat-Painted Exhaust Pipe

Replaced the Lap Belts with Retractable Shoulder Harnesses - Added Chrome Trim on Console near Gear Shift Boot - Added Same Chrome Trim on Rear Hatch Hinge Covers - Fabricated Luggage Strips in Rear Compartment Floor - Vinyl-Covered Hump in Middle of Rear Seat - Repaired Wiring For Map Light - Converted Clock to AA Battery - Repaired Glove Box Lock - Installed Choke Light Bezel - Replaced Rear View Mirror - Better-Secured Side View Mirror with Well Nuts - Installed Horn Button in Dash

Then there's the neatening up of the wiring, and other tweaking things here and there. Having fun is an understatement.

Oh ... I entered two car shows and brought home "Best Of" for either show. Lovin' it all.

CHEERS!

Carlo

2021-02-19 08:07:24 | Carlo writes:

Some more fiddling about since I last commented -

I added a few pictures to this data base.

Some further paint touch-up in engine area. I replaced the standard rear brake light bulbs with red strobe LEDs. These bulbs immediately strobe three times then remain lit for as long as the brake pedal is depressed. Great attention getter for those behind you in traffic. Re-wired feed to radio via (unused) dash toggle switch and installed a momentary switch for the power antenna- the radio turned on as soon as the car was started and antenna would rise with it. This I found annoying since I rarely, if ever, use the radio. I Installed a mechanical oil pressure gauge in the engine compartment because I questioned the accuracy of the oil pressure sender unit and/or dash gauge. Mechanical gauge showed fantastic oil pressure even when engine is hot. Oil/Filter change @ 62718 miles. Installed a mini indicator light for on/off status of fans during vehicle operation. I replaced the anti-roll bar "D" bushings (2) and the anti-roll bar link bushings (4).

New tires and new MWS 6" wire wheels (from SNGB). Replaced the KUMHO 205 65r tires (Discount Tires return policy is fantastic) with KUMHO 195 65r tires and had the car aligned. While wheels were off, I greased front and rear hubs and all zerk fittings.


Until next time .... CHEERS!

Carlo


2021-02-19 12:59:30 | Carlo writes:


2021-02-19 13:04:39 | Carlo writes:

For some reason, xkedata.com will not recognize my email address, so with that said, if anyone knows of any history about my car, please contact me at this email address: cor66vette@hotmail.com

Thank you

Carlo

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