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Record Creation: Entered on 5 November 2016.


Record Changes

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2016-02-25 01:15:07 | XK Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Factory Interior Color was added: light blue
  • Top Color was deleted, old value was: white
  • Notes From Heritage Record was added: Interior color determined from Anders Clausager's book.
  • Heritage Notes

    Interior color determined from Anders Clausager's book.

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    2009-05-09 20:04:24 | Ray Crook writes:

    This car has never been taken apart. It was put in a barn in 1972 when it had some minor damage to front left fender and has sat there until May of 2009.

    2016-11-05 18:34:18 | pauls writes:

    Sold to Italy in '09.

    2020-07-12 07:40:23 | John Elmgreen writes:

    This car seems to have been raced by first owner George Constantine in 1954 and 1955 at least. He later owned and raced D Type XKD545 in 1956 and 1957, and raced another XK120 before he bought this XK120.

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