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S818734

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Record Creation: Entered on 6 December 2005.

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Photos of S818734

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Exterior Photos (4)

Uploaded August 2008:

2008-08-13
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Uploaded December 2005:

2005-12-29
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2005-12-29
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2005-12-28
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Interior Photos (1)

Uploaded December 2005:

2005-12-29
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2005-12-09 07:20:16 | Lofty writes:

I am just correcting the Dispatch Date wich must be 07-30-1956 and not 07-30-1962. Sorry for my mistake

2017-06-06 22:29:59 | Scott Weatherford writes:

I am trying to get in touch with the owner of this vehicle (XK 140, Chassis No. 818734). My father owned this car for about 5 years from 1967 to 1972 (est). while he lived in New Jersey. Due to financial and space constraints he was forced to sell the car in the early 1970's. My father recently passed away, but while cleaning out his tool garage, we came across the original data plate for this car (which he must have removed and kept in his tool box for the last 45 to 50 years). Any help in connecting me with the owner of this vehicle would be greatly appreciated. I can be reached at scott.atco@gmail.com or by phone at +1-250-231-4259

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