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Record Creation: Entered on 20 November 2003.

 

Heritage Notes

Interior change from Dark Blue to Maroon by owner preference

Owner: Gordon Crennell

I live in Chester in the NW UK with my partner Cynthia. I am a retired (early!) ship's Captain and along with Cynthia I live with 5 Jags and a permanently impoverished bank balance! Being Treasurer of the local regional branch of the Jaguar Enthusiasts Club here in the UK doesn't help (really!!)

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Updated November 19th, 2003. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 861595

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Exterior Photos (4)

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Interior Photos (3)

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Detail Photos: Engine (3)

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2003-11-19 16:56:46 | Gordon Crennell writes:

This car underwent restoration in Coedpoeth near Wrexham over more than four years from 1998 to 2002, deliberately retaining originality of materiels but using finishes and techniques to give it greater longevity & adding some 'comfort' touches for the tall driver (eg. the seats are bolted permanently to the rear of the mounting rails). The only non-original major part is the use of a Kenlowe electric fan.

2004-01-22 15:05:53 | Dave Kerr writes:

Gordon, The car looks really nice, the gunmetal really suits the car as well. Thanks for the comments on mine. 876160

Dave

2005-08-06 13:58:02 | William Houseman writes:

car purchased from H&H classic auctions Buxton
27/7/05 drove car home that night drives well and looks fantastic
a credit to the gentleman who retored it

2005-08-06 14:01:14 | William Houseman writes:

car purchased from H&H classic auctions Buxton
27/7/05 drove car home that night drives well and looks fantastic
a credit to the gentleman who restored it

2005-08-07 11:46:16 | Steven D. writes:

Car was located in Chester, Cheshire in UK.

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