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 875511 29 September 1961
 875511 Bahamas
 September 1961 Bahamas
 1961 Opalescent Dark Blue
 2019 Cream
 Rest: Concours Blue
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United KingdomUXD768


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Record Creation: Entered on 10 September 2016.

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Heritage Notes

Full list of registration numbers: NP975 (Australia) ; UXD768 (United Kingdom) ; 405UXO (Australia) ; 61ETYPE () ; .


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2016-08-24 09:53:06 | judd skevington writes:

My parents car from 1972 - 1996, now fully restored in right hand drive & in the U.K since appx 2008

2018-09-25 08:01:54 | Anonymous writes:

for sale at DUNCAN ROFGO: www.classicdriver.com/en/car/jaguar/e-type-si/1961/560363

2019-02-22 16:31:44 | John Elmgreen writes:

This car, as offered for sale by Adrian Hamilton in the UK, is the subject of a terrific article by the excellent Jim Patten in Jaguar World of February 2019. He details the history of the car, delivered new in the Bahamas (one of two E Types so delivered) where it was owned and raced by "celebrity chef" Hans Schenk in 1961, 1962 and 1963. Sold in 1964 to Tony Adams, also a racer in 1964-1965. In 1966 he went to the UK with car, and in 1967 again moved to Australia with the car. Converted to rhd. It then passed to Mr Skevington in Perth and it was restored there 1997-99. In 2003 it passed to Professor Nimal Jayaratne in Perth, and again returned to the UK with him in 2005.

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