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Record Creation: Entered on 2 November 2005.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Heritage Notes

Full list of registration numbers: JAX484 (Australia) ; 6AO184 (Australia) ; 6XK120 (Australia) ; USV902 (Australia) ; .

Car History


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2011-09-08 09:10:06 | Michael Scott writes:

This car is listed in "Jaguar Driver" magazine Oct 1980 as being owned by I. BROUGHTON, in Australia, with engine number given as W8061-7

2018-08-17 22:44:40 | terry mcgrath writes:

Ian brought it to WA from the ACT and sold it to Sam Calabro in 1979 and I purchased it from him in June 1980 as a family car and also ran it in the York Flying 50 around the houses races from 1980 to 1984. Temporarily fitted with a pair of H8 carbs I recorded a time of 16.09 for the standing 1/4 mile at Ravenswood the best time acheived prior to this had beenb a 16.7

2020-01-05 04:26:30 | Jeremy B writes:

A pal, an emigrant from Blighty, owned this car and sent me this shot. I have not heard from him for at least twenty years, so cannot add anything else, I'm afraid. His name was Alan Hollyfield.

2020-01-07 07:42:04 | terry mcgrath writes:

that's who I sold it to he sold it to in 1984 he had previously owned an XK10 in the UK in 1970.

He sold it a few years later to the current owner

2020-01-09 14:55:48 | Jeremy B writes:

Ah. The XK he owned from 1968 to 1970 was 660363. The madman took it bits, gave up, and sold it for £50. Another madman bought it, robbed some brightwork, and sold it on for £35.

Alas, I was that second madman.

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