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2020-10-08 08:44:41 | Michael SCOTT writes:

This car was mentioned in XK Bulletin Vol 9 No 4, April 1977 by Roger Woodley(of Jaguar) in an article about XK 150 Roadsters. He stated it was maroon and owned by a Mr Hutton, but queried whether it started as a 3.4 or 3.8

In a follow-up letter in the XK Bulletin of July 1977 Mr Hutton stated that it was a 3.4 with two SU carbs. He sold it to Richard Allen and he sold it to dealer Coys of Kensington circa 1972/3. Mr Hutton also stated that Andrew Whyte said it was a works demo car "which accounted for a few odd bits and pieces"

2021-08-27 22:48:43 | Michael Scott writes:

This car was mentioned in a letter in Jaguar Driver magazine July 1989 p.37 by the then owner, Chris K. Wirtenan of Wausau WI 54401 USA seeking further information. He listed the engine number as V7114-8, colour blue. There is an excellent colour photo he provided. There are plaques with the car showing it attended XK Register events in England in

the early 1970s. He stated it was in the James C Leake collection and sold by Christies in Texas in 1974.

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