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Record Creation: Entered on 2 November 2005.

Some data provided courtesy: The XK Club

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Owner: George Simpson

Retired bean counter (FCA/CPA) living in Cognac, enjoying the fumes and two other classic cars


Updated March 15th, 2008. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 673153

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Exterior Photos (5)

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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

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2007-10-20 12:44:41 | George Simpson writes:

Oct 16, 2007 I have just purchased the above car. It presently has a Mk 1 3.4 engine and is in good overall mechanical condition but a bit tatty - it will get TLC when I get my hands on it.
I live in Cognac so the LHD spec is perfect. Once I have the car here, I will supply more detail and photo(s)

2007-10-20 13:18:33 | Lofty writes:

Car restoration serialised in Jag. Enthusiasts Club magazine by owner and editor

2010-01-08 04:29:12 | Anonymous writes:

This car is presently for sale by Paul Vierhout in Holland after a full cosmetic facelift - see new photos

2017-09-10 09:58:04 | Karen writes:

My father owned this car between 1999 and 2004 when he died. He was the editor of the Jaguar Driver Magazine and documented his restoration in that magazine. I am really keen to know where it is now and if it is still on the road. Am trying to find out.

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