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United Kingdom4444RW

United Kingdom226FAY

United Kingdom3800RW

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Record Creation: Entered on 9 June 2004.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Registered: 226 FAY

Photos of 850036

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Uploaded January 2010:

2010-01-03
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Uploaded June 2006:

2006-06-07
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2004-06-09 17:36:56 | Q writes:

Q Writes, car seen at JEC 20th aniversary.

2005-01-08 09:07:26 | Brian Windle writes:

The car was Newsomes demonstrator & was originally registered 4444RW.When I bought it in 1981the number had been removed & is now 226FAY

2006-03-18 13:21:47 | Brian Windle writes:

The car is now registered 3800 RW

2010-01-03 08:53:49 | Philippe writes:

Car mentionned on E-Type listing, attending XK60 event , Goodwood, August 2008

2011-03-25 07:50:52 | David Amphicars Com writes:

Fabulous looking car, just seen it drive through Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire.

2012-06-30 14:12:43 | John Chapman writes:

I owned this car from 1966 - 1969. During that time I covered about 20000 miles in the car, taking it to Silverstone several times to JDC meetings. It received a new bonnet after an accident in early 1967 and a new clutch in 1968.

2015-08-01 18:21:01 | bill moffat writes:

This car (as 4444 RW) "lived" at the top of my road in Rhiwbina Cardiff in the late 60s/early 70s. Used to gaze longingly at it for hours.

There is a Google image of it at Shelsey Walsh in 1961 so definitely one of the early ones...

2016-01-14 16:12:53 | Keith Marshall writes:

I too remember it in Rhiwbina.
Lived in Lon Isa if I remember correctly

2019-06-10 03:27:44 | Quentin Willson writes:

I used to walk past 4444 RW on the way to school in Stoneygate, Leicester the 1960s and it was exactly the same as it is now, right down to the painted wire wheels. I'd walk the long way round to school just to gaze at it every day. So glad it survives.

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