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Record Creation: Entered on 16 December 2007.

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Owner: Erick Julsen

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Updated January 15th, 2012. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 875365

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Exterior Photos (5)

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Interior Photos (1)

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Details Photos: Exterior (4)

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Detail Photos: Engine (7)

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Detail Photos: Other (6)

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Restoration Photos: Transmission (1)

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Restoration Photos: Rear Axle (3)

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2004-03-18 20:20:34 | Lofty writes:

Internet sale item 3/18/04
www.ragtopsmotorcars.com/61jaguar/cartemppg.html
Selling price $54.5k

Sellers comment:
1961 Jaguar E-Type Roadster Convertible
The first series of the E-type Jaguars to be produced with the flat floor design and exterior side latches for the bonnet, serial #356.

This car has had one-owner. With 41,000 original miles and one repaint since new. This white with burgundy interior convertible is the most collectible of the E-type Jaguars as well as the rarest of the 13-year production.

The 3.8 litre inline, 6-cylinder, dual overhead camshafts, triple carburetion engine produces 265 horsepower. It's 4-speed transmission, 4 wheel disc brakes and 4 wheel independent suspension make this car fun to drive.

2011-04-29 00:53:06 | Erick Julsen writes:

In 1973 I purchased this car in Anchorage Alaska; I still own it.
Over the last 38 years I have extensively modified this car into a High performance show car.

2012-01-05 02:16:57 | Erick writes:

Lofty the pictures posted 2004 of this car #875365 are miss posted.
Your notes below state the pictures are car #356. Car #875356 is posted correctly with the same pictures.
I will be posting pictures of my car #875365 in the near future.
I hope the error will be corrected first.

2014-07-03 17:38:01 | Tim Snowden writes:

I have the original engine for this car, it's in my garage here in North Yorkshire (UK) It came with a Jaques Smith from Anchorage Alaska.
Engine number is R1405-R as the VIN plate states.

2014-07-05 00:07:08 | Anonymous writes:

Sad this was done to such an early car....

2014-07-06 03:30:15 | wagstefan writes:

I don't like it either. However, it is the decission of the owner and if it matches his taste, I have to accept this....

And I fear, that the early engine will not return to its origin Destination.

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