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 Open Two Seater 
 Left Hand Drive 
 October 1958 
 1959 Brown
 2013 Biege
 Rest: Nice 


Record Creation: Entered on 3 October 2013.

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Detail Photos: Engine (3)

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Detail Photos: Other (2)

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2013-10-03 16:37:58 | Reno writes:

looks like the car survived in Europe: ...

2013-10-05 19:07:19 | pauls writes:

Sellers description:
XK 150 3.4 S ROADSTER Vintage car Date of Birth: 1959 Place of Birth: England 2 seat Engine and body have just been restored, interior in colour cream leather also the steering wheel, dashboard burl wood, manual transmission.
Prijs 85.000 ,-EUR
Tellerstand 50.000 Km
Registratie 01 / 1959

2015-10-23 14:52:58 | patty writes:

hi Pauls , now we have the car and we have restored .Are you last owner ? Now the car stay in Padova Can you contact me please? I need info about a writing find on the control panel in front of the passegenr's seat . Thanks a lot

2015-10-26 03:55:33 | pauls writes:

Patty, sorry I can't help, the information I posted came from the link that Reno provided.

2016-02-25 11:59:22 | Peter Ingram writes:

New body number clearly nonsense. The pics support the earlier numbers or should they be deleted as well

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