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860071

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  Great Britain
 
 1961 Opalescent Gunmetal
 2018 Red
 Rest: Nice 
  
  Scotland
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United Kingdom3870DD

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Record Creation: Entered on 19 January 2018.

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Heritage Notes

Registered: 3870DD

Photos of 860071

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Exterior Photos (2)

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Action Photos (1)

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Details Photos: Exterior (1)

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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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2007-12-18 19:55:54 | Lofty writes:

Registered 3870 DD

2009-02-15 11:21:05 | Philippe writes:

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

2018-01-18 21:36:43 | pauls writes:

Chassis 860071 left the factory in late November 1961 being a flat-floor, welded louvre car in Opalescent Gunmetal with a Red interior.
3870 DD was one of the first cars to be delivered to Scotland and early in it's life had triple Webers fitted. Eagle E-types restored and re-engineered suspension and brakes etc. The engine was rebuilt by 'Rob Beere Racing' now pushing out over 300 bhp. To many it looks standard but it isn't.

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