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Record Creation: Entered on 9 December 2005.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"


Owner: Bram Limburg


Updated November 16th, 2016. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of S819035

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Exterior Photos (6)

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2005-12-16 07:49:40 | Bill Hodgeson writes:

This car is NOT original! Certainly not REMARKABLY original. It has been overhauled and had a body-off restauration in the eighties in the U.S. I did it with a friend, but he died in 1999.
Bill Hodgeson, U.S.A.

2006-01-08 04:24:14 | Bram Limburg writes:

My car a matching number car with a a Heritage Certificate , restored in the USA in 1990-1993 by Jaguar South in Taylors, South Carolina. Owner then: John M. Hosmer. I did an engine overhaul in the Netherlands in 2001 and the car is now in concours condition. I do also not understand the remarks about Afganistan and Kyrgyzstan. Does XK Date knows more about my car than I do? The photo in my file is not from my car, I have not delivered yet any photo's of my car! Bill Hodgeson, can you email me, you seems to know my car.

2007-02-13 19:36:28 | Roger writes:

Bram, sorry about not seeing this comment earlier. These photos are not of S819035?

2007-02-14 09:43:38 | Bram Limburg writes:

Roger, these photos are indeed of my car S819035 but a previous one was not and has been removed on my request. I have all the documentation of the restoration of my car by Jaguar South in 1990-1993.
Cheers, Bram Limburg

2007-02-16 05:20:25 | Roger writes:

Glad it worked out! Your car is lovely, I would be very proud if it were mine.

2010-06-03 05:37:22 | Anonymous writes:

Lovely car. I would like to ask Bram a question about the seats in his car.

2010-06-06 23:32:45 | Ron writes:

Hi Bram,
A question about seats in your car. Can you please advise if the seat back frames are tubular rather than flat steel. I have 819040 built the same day as your car. All the books tell me that the tubular frames are XK150.
Many thanks.

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