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S824479BW

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AustraliaXKI50B

AustraliaJAG151

 

Record Creation: Entered on 12 March 2019.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Heritage Notes

First owner: Fred Starke

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2017-06-14 04:37:15 | Gavin King writes:

For sale. Gavin King. gavin@concours.com.au

2018-03-25 13:57:28 | pauls writes:

Additional info from Gavin:
Model: Jaguar XK150
Body: Fixed Head Coupe
Colour: Sherwood Green
Interior: Biscuit
Chassis: S824479BW
Engine: V4363-8
Reg: XKI50B

This XK150 was originally delivered to Henley's, London on the 16th of June 1958 and was imported into Australia and first registered in Victoria on the 28th of July, 1958. It has changed hands a few times until purchased by the current owner in 1994.
The car is totally numbers matching and features the quite rare automatic transmission option. The original 3.4 litre engine was rebuilt by Gavin King in 1995 and since then the owner has enjoyed trouble free motoring.
Drive and enjoy as is, or progressively improve or one day restore. Being a UK delivered car, it can return to the UK VAT free.

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