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T825012DN

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United Kingdom69BVF

United Kingdom3266DU

United KingdomBB14

 

Record Creation: Entered on 3 November 2014.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Heritage Notes

Engine changed from VS2121-9 prior to leaving the factory as a special delivery for Ian Baille.

Owner: Hugh Apthorp

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Updated July 21st, 2015. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2014-11-04 02:32:09 | David Bentley writes:

This car was originally registered 3266 DU (Coventry). The first owner - Major Baillie from Norwich - had it re-registered BB 14. Reg. 67 BVF is a Norfolk reg., issued probably during January 1963.

2015-07-24 15:29:53 | Hugh Apthorp writes:

Could Lofty please email me. I would like to ask him a question about a car he commented on.
Thank you,
Hugh

2015-10-17 17:21:10 | pauls writes:

A nice history of the car is provided in the Oct. 2015 edition of the XK Gazette.

2015-12-08 17:39:52 | Hugh Apthorp writes:

This car left the factory with engine VAS1009-9 as documented on the original chassis plate and the heritage certificate.

2015-12-08 18:15:02 | pauls writes:

Additional information in the Dec. 2015 edition of the XK Gazette. Current owner has now been told by JDHT that the car was originally sold as a 3.8S, preceding the press car T825028DN, having had a motor change to VS1009-9 before leaving the factory.

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