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660504

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United KingdomUPW642

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Record Creation: Entered on 2 November 2005.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Photos of 660504

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Exterior Photos (6)

Uploaded December 2018:

2018-12-11
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2018-12-11
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Uploaded March 2013:

2013-03-09
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2013-03-09
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Uploaded October 2006:

2006-10-17
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Uploaded December 2005:

2005-12-14
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Interior Photos (1)

Uploaded October 2006:

2006-10-17
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2005-12-14 09:57:21 | Jules Greenway writes:

reg no changed to UPW 642 on first change of owner to Oliver Sear in 1957

2011-08-06 15:32:37 | Michael Scott writes:

This car is referred to in "Jaguar Driver" March 1982 when the then owner, Jules Greenway of Diss Norfolk, wrote in about the history of the car. He states original registration was YY 99. The car had modifications to the bodywork. Also Oliver Sear was said to have owned the car twice. He bought the car from someone who he recalled had used the car abroad.

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