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T824917DN

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United Kingdom2027RE

United KingdomASJ982

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Record Creation: Entered on 16 July 2007.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Manufactured 26 May 59. First registered on 04 Jun 59.
First owner: David Bentley's father. First reg: 2027RE.

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2007-07-16 03:36:09 | Lofty writes:

See David Bentley's article in XK Gazette issue of June 2007.

2007-07-16 14:11:03 | Peter Ingram writes:

Built May 1959

2015-09-07 16:38:51 | Paul writes:

I have the original chassis plate of this car as well as the continuation log logbook, not sure if the car still exists or not

2016-08-29 12:11:08 | Michael Scott writes:

This car is mentioned in a letter to Jaguar Driver magazine October 1990 from Andrew Everett of Islip Oxfordshire.
He states "...painted originally British Racing Green with pale green trim.....the car is in an appalling state...The engine, gearbox, rear axle, interior, doors and glass are all gone and its new owner has a mammoth task ahead of him....."
There is a photo of the car as found in a barn.

2016-09-02 06:18:18 | David Bentley writes:

Ref. Paul's comments on 07 Sep 15, this car has survived. It is located in Scotland and is now registered ASJ 982. On 14 Sep 15, I contacted the owner and told him that Paul had the original chassis plate and the continuation log book and I left my telephone number with him should he have wished to obtain these items. He did not contact me again.

2016-09-02 18:09:35 | Paul writes:

A puzzle because my late father has his name in the logbook. He lost track of several Jags after moving to the US in the late 70's so this was probably sold for storage costs! I hope the owner posts a current picture, would love to see it.

2016-09-11 11:54:11 | David Bentley writes:

The two photos above were taken during 1960, the first in Tenby, Wales, and the second in Limoges, France. This car was manufactured on 26 May 59 and despatched to Tom Byatt in Stoke-on-Trent on 08 Jun 59; my father must have taken delivery on the same day as I recorded seeing it on 08 Jun 59!

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