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 T824951DN 19 June 1959
 June 1959 United Kingdom
 1959 British Racing Green
 2020 Suede Green
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United KingdomUnited Kingdom

United KingdomFJM545


Record Creation: Entered on 31 August 2020.

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2020-08-26 23:11:21 | Vitor Vieira writes:

I have this car for sale.

2020-08-26 23:13:28 | Vitor Vieira writes:

The car is for restore, matching engine/body, 90% complete.

2020-09-07 07:36:51 | pauls writes:

And undergoing restoration in Spain. Originally delivered to the UK.

2021-02-11 05:47:11 | A.J.Nunns writes:

This car is now back in UK and undergoing full restoration.

It used to belong to Alan John Randall, the Spice Cars founder who also tried to put together a team of XJ-R 14's and 17's for Le Mans after Jaguar pulled out the factory entry.

If anyone knows more of this cars history, or anything of Alan Randall, I would love to hear. Jon Nunns. Feb.2021

2021-02-11 06:05:08 | A.J.Nunns writes:

Correction to the above. I should have said Alan Randall was commentator (not founder) with Spice Cars circa 1991. He later bought the Brabham F1 team from the liquidator but the team never raced again. Jon Nunns

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