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850061

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 1961 British Racing Green
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  Linton
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United KingdomAF4

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Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2003.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Registered: AF 4

Photos of 850061

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Exterior Photos (7)

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Interior Photos (1)

Uploaded May 2005:

2005-05-17
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Detail Photos: Other (1)

Uploaded June 2003:

2003-06-04
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2003-05-02 01:42:25 | Anonymous writes:

This car is noted as being a one-owner car from new at the registry for one-owner E-Types, www.jagqld.org.au/Bulletin/OneOwner.htm

2020-05-24 23:28:51 | Anonymous writes:

Comment on that car in facebook:

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Posted from Karl Weiss, text says:

Well here is one , the first E Type i restored was in 1980 it was chassis 61 it was so rusty I replaced a lot of the body, you could get some genuine panels from Jaguar then, the 3rd picture shows the very rusty body and also a jig ( green paint ) I made to build body, still restoring E Types today

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