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Record Creation: Entered on 27 May 2003.

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Photos of 876526

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Exterior Photos (3)

Uploaded December 2013:

2013-12-27
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Uploaded September 2011:

2011-09-03
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2011-09-03
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Interior Photos (1)

Uploaded September 2011:

2011-09-03
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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

Uploaded September 2011:

2011-09-03
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Detail Photos: Other (1)

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2011-09-03
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2003-05-27 19:06:52 | Lofty writes:

On JDC website 5/27/03
I have car # 876526 ots.
Its now a vintage racer, its great fun !

2006-08-09 15:14:56 | Rick Korn writes:

A fun vintage Racer

2011-10-12 09:46:37 | pauls writes:

A photo of Rick and the car appears in the Sept. 19, 2011 issue of AutoWeek racing at the Monterey Jaguar Invitational Race. Rick finished 6th.

2023-05-12 20:03:28 | Rick Korn writes:

Owned since 1985, It was a barn find wreck. rebuilt for club and vintage racing, first race was in 1999 with SOVREN at SIR in Kent WA. It is now going thru a freshening of the engine and new transmission. thinking about making it a drive to the track car or vintage rally car.

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