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 660579 21 February 1951
 10 January 1951 United Kingdom

United KingdomEFV533




Record Creation: Entered on 6 May 2009.

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UK, Australia


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2019-08-05 08:34:44 | pauls writes:

Note we are seeking verification on this car. It was possibly listed as 660379 at an auction in 2016.


2019-08-08 14:06:49 | pauls writes:

First owner S & J Wood Ltd, Coach, Blackpool, UK

2020-05-16 15:32:46 | Nigel writes:

Hi all

I've recently bought 660379 and had it shipped it back to the UK from Australia - it's currently being restored. It's chassis 660379, body F2474 but it was initially black not bronze, with biscuit and red interior (source = Jaguar Heritage). Reg no. IMS111 was added when it was exported to Australia. I'm currently seeking it's original UK reg no. if you can advise. Manufacture date was 30 Nov 1950, original distributor was Henlys of London.

Please email me if you need any other details.



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