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Photos of 670006

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Exterior Photos (4)

Uploaded July 2018:

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Uploaded March 2006:

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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

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Detail Photos: Engine (2)

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2006-02-07 00:18:01 | pauls writes:

Car offered for sale at:
www.prewarcar.com/pre1966/postwar_searchresults_dealer.asp

Sellers description:
JAGUAR XK 120 ROADSTER LIGHT WEIGHT. YEAR : 1949
CHASSIS NO : 670006
STEERING : LHD
BODY COLOUR : ON CHOICE
INTERIOR COLOUR : ON CHOICE
HOOD COLOUR : ON CHOICE
THIS CAR NEEDS FULL RESTORATION.

2006-09-26 08:08:29 | pauls writes:

Same seller different URL
www.zwakmanjaguar.com/profile_index.html

2009-11-15 14:36:59 | Peter Zobian writes:

670006 was shipped to Charles Hornburg (USA) 8/49 and was broken up in California in the 1970s. The remains were sold to John May in the UK.

2009-11-15 18:26:15 | terry mcgrath writes:

I have the original gearbox from this car.
The chassis survived in california with a V8 fitted and a later steel body and it is the chassis only that made it's way to a car dealer in the UK. Body bits from other alloy cars that have had new bodies fitted have been added to the project. But certainly no original motor or gearbox

2010-04-03 05:13:18 | Tom Zwakman writes:

Its always amazing to see how not owners does involve and tell stories about others their cars. this car is in my position with many photograps from the place where it cames of which will show that the real alloy body was complete and the majority of it being correct. as well the present body work will speak for itself. My Regards to all real jaguar enthusiasts Tom Zwakman.

2010-08-21 21:27:56 | Anonymous writes:

the bodyshell pictured in this listing dated march 2006 was advertised on EBAY listing no 130263682340 and was sold 30 october 2008 for 7,700 euros from Alkmaar netherlands to a buyer in Switzerland.
one of the questions asked was
"V Hi is there a body numer? Simon what chassis did it come from?"
"A Hi to prevent mixed up cars with double identities we are not able to give you any info on numbers" !!!!
Anyway it is now clear that the body is/was presumably from 670006 which presumably is getting a complete new body but now of course there is the potential of an alloy 120 being created from this original bodyshell !
Has anyone further details on this car or the shell

2010-08-24 10:38:43 | Anonymous writes:

hi, i can see the obvious problem with cars being broken up and the parts going to the four corners of the world (when they weren't worth much) but what are we regarding as being the legitimate car.? the chassis has a number stamped on it ,but there is rather less ID on a bodyshell. surely the keeper of the chassis frame is the rightful owner? i realise that faking a chassis is pretty easy too! what if you only have a collection of panels? (this is quite common)
ps just asking for clarification

2010-08-25 06:22:48 | Anonymous writes:

PPS
Is Mr Zwakman saying he has both the body AND the chassis,or just the body?

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