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P2R28095

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Record Creation: Entered on 19 May 2003.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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2004-05-08 18:16:44 | Steven D. writes:

The new owners of the car drover it to the British Car Day show at Chateau Elan Winery & Resort on May 9th, 2004.

Car has Power steering and AC. It also has the platic leaping Jaguar badges on the sides of the bonnet as well as the chrome trim around the front bonnet opening/grill area.

New owners purchased it from another gentleman in South Carolina as a result of an auction listing on EBay.

2004-05-08 18:19:34 | Steven D. writes:

Adding manufacturing date from plate/sticker on door latch shut face.

2004-08-22 11:03:40 | Allen Impellitteri writes:

Steven,

I own P2R28107 which was built about the same time as yours. I missed Chateau Elan this year but I should make there next year god willing and my power steering gets fixed! Where are you in SC? I live in Lakemont GA about 65 miles from Chateau Elan.

2007-07-20 16:36:55 | Tony Martin writes:

I am the current owner. the car presently has 74500 miles and has a new clutch and windshield (rock crack) and new syncros for the trans mission. The PS and AC work.

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