|3.8 Jaguar E-Type|
|Fixed Head Coupe|
|Left Hand Drive|
|R9572-9||30 April 1963|
|1963||Opalescent Silver Grey|
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Record Creation: Entered on 23 October 2007.
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Bill G. Johnson
2503 Westlake Drive
CONTINENTAL CARS, INC.
501 West 6th Street
Looking to get in touch with the original owner -Bill G. Johnson- who posted the document photos(email)
Updated February 4th, 2016. Not legal proof of ownership.
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Detail Photos: Interior (1)
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2007-10-22 18:43:06 | Chuck writes:
I bought my 3.8 FHC in 1978 as a total junk with a frozen engine. It took me 10 years to completely restore on my own. Unfortunately, I haven't driven it for years and it now needs some cosmetic work which I will finish by spring 2008. My Dad took me to the London Jaguar showroom in 1962 looking to buy a MK10 and I sat in and fell in love with the E-TYPE and vowed to have one. So I do own my dream car!
2010-02-11 15:48:52 | jon writes:
do u still have the car?i have886092.--jon brooke maine
2016-02-04 14:04:31 | Charles Pickelhaupt writes:
I bought this car in 1977 as a TOTAL rusted out, frozen engine, purple paint with a white racing stripe, wreak. Finally restored in 1989 by DIY and little cash. Repainted Silver in 2012 with Red interior and now drive each summer - this my dream car and have 5 car show trophies so far. Could the original owner contact me please.
2018-04-12 16:23:40 | Charles Pickelhaupt writes:
I am the owner of this E-Type since 1977 and would really appreciate the the original owner contacting me to find more information please. Thanks
2019-07-22 12:04:09 | Charles Pickelhaupt writes:
Would the family of Bill G. Johnson PLEASE contact me. I have been the owner since 1978 and would enjoy hearing about it's original life. Thanks