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United KingdomEJD33D

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Record Creation: Entered on 16 August 2018.

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2018-08-16
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2011-09-07 03:33:08 | Michael Scott writes:

This car was listed in "Jaguar Driver" magazine October 1980 as being owned by P Sugden. Colour was British Racing Green and registration number EJD 33D. Originally the car had been exported to Belgium, coming back to England in 1965 (hence the registration number from that year) Said to have been raced.

2011-10-05 09:12:53 | Michael Scott writes:

This car was mentioned in Jaguar Driver July 1972 with information from the owner, Peter Sugden of Sherborne Dorset saying that he was rebuilding the car, having purchased it in 1967, mentioning that it had a beautiful aluminium body but dreadful mechanics.

2014-07-30 20:27:38 | terry mcgrath writes:

Peter was still the owner at XK60 in 2008

2018-08-16 20:49:14 | pauls writes:

Car attended the XK70 event June 2018

2020-02-16 11:36:59 | jean-louis writes:

Hello, my father had one, belgian delivery, raced in 1954 (coupe de Spa Francorchamps, ended 5th). could it be this one ? can I get in contact with Mr Sugden ?

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