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Record Creation: Entered on 15 November 2018.


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Exterior Photos (4)

Uploaded June 2003:

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Details Photos: Exterior (1)

Uploaded September 2007:

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Restoration Photos: Metalwork (1)

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2003-06-19 03:08:13 | Steven D. writes:

I tried adding the engine number I found but it doesn't seem to have showed up.

engine# R2342-9

2007-09-24 20:49:29 | pauls writes:

Owner mentioned the web.

I had a bad accident with my '62
OTS E-type (876058) in The Netherlands. Got into a 360 degree spin then flipped over on the side of the road. It had a full nut-and-bolt restoration between 1998 and 2002 it only has damage on the left side and bonnet, chances are the frame and body panels are crooked. The car was built in 1961, first sold in NY, all matching numbers, etc.

2007-10-30 06:58:25 | pauls writes:

Car now offered for sale at:

Sellers description:
'62 OTS # 876058 body damage
My '62 OTS (all matching #s) is for sale in The Netherlands after a pretty heavy accident. The whole left side and bonnet are severely damaged, and the frame is likely crooked (not confirmed). It has had a full nut-and-bolt restoration between 1998 and 2002, and hardly been used since (less than 1200 miles) because in the meantime I moved to South America where I could not import it. Insurance value only 17000 Euros so it's for the highest bidder

2019-12-18 08:16:41 | Eddie Green writes:

hello, Do you happen to have a body number pictured?? because i have a 1961 built nov with number 2309 on body and bonnet. email me if you could.

2019-12-20 11:32:07 | John S writes:

Eddie, already emailed him at niels.com/ , but no reply yet.

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