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 Right Hand Drive 
   Henlys, London
 S824603 11 September 1958
 August 1958 United Kingdom
 1958 Indigo Blue
 2021 Dark Blue
 Rest: Nice 
 Original Tuggerah
  New South Wales

United Kingdom626GPL


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2008-12-28 18:00:04 | Tom writes:

E-Bay Auction Starting at $30,000 (Reserve Not met)

Item number: 270322615947 ...

End time: 06-Jan-09 19:44:07 AEDST

Jaguar XK150SE 1958

Restored only needs upholstery and final assembly.

Some paint blemishes, no rust

History from E-Bay Seller

The jag was was originally from England. Brought out here by an English immigrant. Second owner did the restoration, about 30 years ago. All rust removed and replacement panels fitted. Mechanical parts reconditioned. Full body off restoration. No upholstery work done. Third owner bought the car. After some years vehicle was put up for sale, due to divorce case. Fourth owner, that’s me. Bought the car July 9-2002. Due to the global financial crash I need to sell the jag to complete another project. The passengers door needs to be repainted. I have the paint. Trim parts are mostly there. The upholstery can be bought in kit form to finish the car.

2012-01-15 19:20:57 | Gavin King writes:

This car was purchased from Cliff Hall by Michael Hall in March 2009. Although the previously listed information states that the body had been restored and the body painted, it had been done to a poor standard. We restored this car through 2010/2011 which included removal of the body from the chassis and rectifying the worst of the bodywork, repainting and then retrimming the car. Machanically the car was quite original, just needed recommissioning. Restored to a nice standard. Gavin King

2012-09-27 07:52:30 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:

Sellers description:
Fully resorted 2011, bare mental off chassis respray inside and out. Complete new interior,
The car is mechanically original, 3.4 Litre SE.
4 speed Manual with electric overdrive, New Dunlop chrome wire wheels and tyres.All new wheel splines. Brakes are original 4 wheel discs, fully rebuilt. This car won a silver concours award in 2011.

2019-04-08 04:52:20 | David Bentley writes:

Chassis S824603DN.  Original info:  Cotswold Blue with Dark Blue trim.  Despatched to Henlys, London.

Does anyone know what the original GB registration was, please?

2019-09-13 16:53:35 | John Elmgreen writes:

Original UK registration was 626GPL. Bought in 1968 in south London by a visiting Aussie, used locally, then brought to Australia.

2019-10-05 07:01:34 | pauls writes:

When restored by Gavin in 2012 the car was trimmed in magnolia with dark blue carpets and fitted replica bucket seats.

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