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S678414

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Record Creation: Entered on 27 March 2011.

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2011-03-28 06:47:09 | Peter Ingram writes:

The UK 1998 Jaguar Drivers Club Register says this engine replaced with F 3640-8 and was then Maroon

2011-03-29 00:37:01 | Vern Johnson writes:

2nd car up the assy. line before mine, S678416. Would love to see pics and heritage info.

2011-04-07 21:28:59 | Anonymous writes:

Peter:
Thank you for your remark.
However, I purchased this automobile recently from the second owner with all paperwork since 1975 including the Hemmings advertisement plus an early Jaguar Heritage certificate (at that time free of charge).
The car came with the original engine and head separate, currently being rebuilt. Color is also being changed into the original color black. Hope my comment satisfies your curiosity.

2014-06-16 05:22:31 | Alex writes:

This car was originally purchased by my grandfather when he was in the military. He imported the car from England. The original intent was to race the car in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. Recently dug out the paper work to see if I could find the owner. Glad to see it is in good hands.

2014-06-16 05:32:14 | Alex writes:

Do you have any pictures of the car?

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