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660094

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Record Creation: Entered on 9 March 2017.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

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Photos of 660094

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Exterior Photos (1)

Uploaded February 2008:

2008-02-28
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Detail Photos: Other (2)

Uploaded February 2008:

2008-02-28
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2008-02-28
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2008-02-28 06:28:13 | Jag-Lovers.org writes:

This Car was originally owned by the South Australian Fire Department. It was the Chief Wardens Car

It has been owned by the Loffler Family since 1965.

It is regularly shown at events such as the Classic Adelaide

2021-01-06 02:31:05 | Lukas Frick writes:

Hello

Our XK120 #660097 has the seat backs of an alloy OTS with the squared recesses for the soft top scissors. I am really unsure if they are a modification made by the first owner, because the interior colour changed also in the cars early years.

For this reason would it eventually be possible to send me or post a backside picture of the seat backs from #660094 with the hinges and the recesses visible?


Thank you very much indeed!

Lukas

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