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Record Creation: Entered on 4 August 2020.

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2020-08-01 06:21:27 | pauls writes:

Car surfaced on Facebook 8/1/20

Barn find Jag XK120 For Sale 1951 Body #660629. Rare factory hardtop. Just inherited as part of our uncles estate. Believed to have been garaged since 1975 (Year of last Rego). Currently located in the Borough of Bexley. Current owner overseas but can arrange viewing if required. Ideal vehicle for restoration. Appears complete with the following noted: Missing rear licence plate light, missing air cleaner, small crack in lower outer corner of drivers side window, couple of small rust holes in inner wheel arches, tool kit incomplete. Drivers door hinge worn. Spares-additional boot, steering wheels, engine (in pieces). Not a Jag guru, but maybe rear axle and gearbox as well. Original factory work shop manual.

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