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Record Creation: Entered on 22 January 2004.

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2004-01-22 11:29:28 | pauls writes:

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850014 is said to have been raced by Briggs Cunningham. It was reported to be located in England in the mid-eighties and was reported to have black license-plate lights. In 1991, it was reported to be undergoing restoration.

2005-03-03 10:44:48 | Herman Stöver writes:

according to the "International Jaguar E-Type Register Directory of Vehicles and Owners / 1986 edition" of the UK Jaguar Drivers Club this car was owned (1986) by Clifford G. Godfrey from West Pinchbeck,Spalding, Lincolnshire UK registration no. 140 FPX color Gun Metal Gray

2007-12-02 13:11:25 | Anonymous writes:


2011-09-23 16:53:37 | pauls writes:

Seen at the Goodwood Revival Sept. 2011

2012-10-19 11:40:29 | pauls writes:

Car appears to be all decked out for racing. A photo in the November 2012 edition of The E-Type shows the car at the Goodwood Revival where it was said to have taken second place. Driven by John Young and Bobby Verdon-Roe.

2014-05-31 21:09:22 | pauls writes:

Feb. 2001 Jaguar World states the car was Fields Engineering raced by Briggs Cunningham, then owned by Clifford Godfrey under restoration by Hall & Fowler.

2019-03-02 08:44:53 | Jonathan Sheard writes:

What appears almost certain and missing from the narrative is that this car would have been the "demonstrator" belonging to Fields of Crawley (a.k.a. Fields Engineering Company (Crawley) Ltd.), the Jaguar dealer in Crawley, Sussex at that time.

2020-11-18 10:46:52 | Robert Easton writes:

I owned this E Type in 1983 and it was red and in a very poor condition if fact I still have the workshop manual that came with the car with information still in the front of the manual relating to the car.

Engine No. R.1051-9 Chassis No. 850014 & Body No. R.1041

I would love to see it now. I now own a 1969 2+2 at the moment being restored.

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