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S676018

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Record Creation: Entered on 25 October 2005.

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Owner: Edward Peterson

This is the first car that I ever owned. I will also keep it until the day I die, and I ain't planning on going anytime soon. I was raised in the California car culture, and I wanted my first car to be the most classically beautiful car that I could afford.

After graduating from college, I began working as a Criminalist, and this was before it became popular. I specialize in the examination of firearms and firearms related evidence. I am very good at my profession.

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

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2007-08-21 19:05:33 | Edward Peterson writes:

This is my first car. I bought it as a young man in September 1968 and swore that I would never sell it. When I bought it, I was told that the original owner was Charles Hornberg, which probably added $5.00 to the value of the car.

2007-08-22 04:25:14 | Peter Ingram writes:

Factory records show this was built in July 1954

2008-04-25 16:41:41 | Edward Peterson writes:

For Peter Ingram; Before there was a Heritage Certificate, I wrote to Jaguar to get information about the car. I received a letter confirming almost everything I had known except for the name of the first owner. I had been told the first owner was Charles Hornberg, but I would like to confirm that, if at all possible. Is it possible for someone to take a second look at the factory records to see if the name of the first owner is listed?

2008-04-26 07:52:28 | Peter Ingram writes:

Hornberg were the principal West Coast dealership so in a sense they "owned" all the Xks they handled
I don't think the factory had names of 1st owners in USA

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