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 3.4 XK140 Lavender Grey
 Drop Head Coupe Red
 Right Hand Drive Sand
   Henlys, London
 21 December 1955 United Kingdom
 1955 Pale Yellow
 Awaiting Rest. Sand
United KingdomUnited Kingdom

United KingdomSLC701

United KingdomVSJ944


Record Creation: Entered on 11 September 2020.

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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

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2008-08-07 14:22:45 | pauls writes:

Car was reported stolen in 1992. Registered SLC 701.


2014-08-19 11:00:37 | PaulW writes:

Reg SLC 701 is now on a modern (2011) diesel Jaguar. So what happened to 807341 after it was stolen?

2020-09-10 14:11:08 | pauls writes:

Car appears on facebook currently believed to be in Scotland. Owner stating: Looking for advice on selling my project XK140 rhd drophead. We bought this about 40 years ago as a rolling chassis. The engine and running gear was restored but we had no body panels so fitted a period fibreglass body (not jaguar) so it could be driven. Sadly due to ill health it has been unused for the past 20 years. It is a genuine rhd with a c type head and overdrive gearbox. All matching numbers. After sitting so long it will need restoration.

2020-09-11 09:28:06 | Paul Whitfield writes:

It now appears that the report that the car was stolen in 1992 was incorrect. This car is genuine and has been owned by the seller since about 1980. It has been re-registered.

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