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Record Creation: Entered on 1 January 2003.

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Owner: Richard Greene

LOVE Jaguars! Own not only XKE OTS, but also a 69 XKE Coupe 2+2, 69 MK 240, 57 XK 140, & 83 XJ6 VP. The XKE OTS was in excellent condition before restoration. There was an extremely small amount of rust in the car. In 7 years of ownership, the car has been trouble-free. "She" is driven weekly!

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Updated November 21st, 2003. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2002-12-12 23:05:04 | John Walker writes:

From notes of J. Walker: Original hood was French Grey, console is aluminum dot pattern.

2003-11-21 10:31:23 | Richard Greene writes:

I am the owner of 876993. The car has been totally restored. Before restoration,
the body was in excellent condition with an extremely small amount of rust. "She"
is driven weekly and enjoyed. I talked with the original owner a few years ago. He
was 89 at the time and very much loved and missed the car. PLEASE contact me
if you know more about 876993.

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