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Record Creation: Entered on 9 October 2019.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Heritage Notes

Certificate says under remarks: "Special Equipment Model" Registrations: ATN140 until 1962, MRJ140 until 1964, RDL036 until 1972, JAG55 until 1983 all Ca. USA, then until today BE 58059/Canton Bern/ Switzerland .

Photos of S810027

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2005-11-14 18:25:26 | pauls writes:

According to an article in the JOC newsletter this is the first known RHD XK140 known to exist. Though now in Switzerland it was originally shipped to Australia. Apparently not true. As Urs, states car obviously came to the USA first.

2005-12-13 18:11:34 | Peter Ingram writes:

01, 02 19 and 25 are all earlier

2005-12-30 19:24:18 | Urs Schmid writes:

pauls, this is a LHD car; I'm quite sure that this car, originally imported to the USA, has never been in Australia

2009-03-02 10:13:04 | Urs Haehnle writes:

The interior as per JDHT and as it is now is Dark Blue piped with Light Blue. I bought the car from the second owner Hunter Harris in Costa Mesa Ca. on oct. 4th 1982. The first owners name and adress was Mr. M.H. McCallum, 278 ChurchStreet,
San Francisco Ca. later his wife Wilma Jean McCallum, 2428 Wulff Lane, Sacramento Ca.

2009-03-06 06:46:15 | Urs Haehnle writes:

I am adding another picture.

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