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T832126DN

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Record Creation: Entered on 5 May 2010.

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Heritage Notes

Jaguar 3.8L XK150S
Open Two Seater
Left hand Drive

Owner: John Cossick

Bought from Matt Sabatini, Topeka, KS- 1996. I am 3rd owner. Restored & certified by Mike Wilson Restorations, Visalia, CA- 2010. Won class @ Belmont Concours d' Elaganza- Fresno, CA- 2010.

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Updated January 25th, 2015. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of T832126DN

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Detail Photos: Engine (2)

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2010-05-05 01:34:53 | McNabb writes:

Just days from being finished as a concours restoration, an XK150 S model

2010-05-05 09:28:00 | Peter Ingram writes:

Numbers match. New to Canada. Anders Clausagers XK 140-150 in Detail P.208 says it is or was in Holland. Much travelled if correct

2014-08-18 10:45:31 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:
www.erclassics.com/Jaguar-XK150-classic-car-for-sale-946.php
Car now in the Netherlands.

Sellers description:
Make: Jaguar
Price: € 279,000.00
Model: XK150
Status: IN STOCK
Year: 1960

Jaguar XK150 3.8S OTS 1 of 12 built body off restored

This is a fully body off restored Jaguar XK150 3.8S OTS LHD. Only 12 were built. Matching numbers car, original 265 hp. This car is restored in Holland. Not been driven after the restoration. No expenses saved to restore this car to it's present top condition. Good investment opportunity. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

2014-08-20 04:55:40 | Anonymous writes:

According service bulletin SB 268 (Jun 59) commencing chassis No. 832088 electric rev counter was fitted - this car is equipped with a mechanical Head and system

2015-01-25 23:56:54 | John Cossick writes:

This is very interesting. It turns out that I bought T832126DN from Matt Sabatini of Topeka, KS in 1996- only after providing the chassis # to Jaguar Heritage Trust- and requesting all other #'s- which matched. I am the third owner. The car was fully restored/ certified by Mike Wilson Restorations, Visalia, CA in 2010- which is the basis for my $350,000 insurance coverage. It won the 2010 Belmont Concours d' Eleganza, Fresno, CA. Any buyer of this Eupoean "version" better BEWARE.

2015-01-29 05:52:23 | terry mcgrath writes:

The car being advertised in the netherlands cannot be T832126DN as the body shell that has been used to fake up the car is an earlier shell and lacks some of the specific features that a late car like T832126DN should have. Apart from bodyshell things like chassis number stampin, ID plate head number stamping are all not correct.
The car will be just a bog stock standard 3.4 roadster that someone has thought they would make into something more valuable.
I wish people who decide to try to fake up cars specifically the alloy 120's would do a bit more homework first before passing of these sub standard copies!!!
terry

2015-11-26 02:43:20 | pauls writes:

Terry is correct as is John above. This page is pending editing to reflect this. Alas the most recent report (Nov. '15) is that the car was sold in Germany by Theisen. They have been notified by several sources, outcome not known.

2015-11-26 05:30:46 | John Cossick writes:

Look folks- this Netherlands "version" of this VIN# is a FRAUD. When I was first advised of this car, I gave the owner the benefit of the doubt-
assuming that he himself had been scammed into believing this car was genuine. So I contacted him and the dealer- and also subsequently, Theisen. NO RESPONSE FROM ANY OF THEM. As other observers have commented, there are numerous flaws in this Netherlands car which show it was cobbled together from parts of other less valuable models. Where's the overdrive? If you examine photos of my car- you can clearly see the mechanical overdrive- just ahead of the gear shift. If you are seriously considering the purchase of this car, please contact me; and I'll demonstrate why this car is a fraudulent copy. "CAVEAT EMPTOR."

2015-12-05 21:51:32 | XK Data writes:

Howdy, the photos of the netherlands car were deleted, and the evidence from many trusted marque experts is that it is not the real T832126DN. Will try to keep tabs on this to prevent re-upload, but process is semi-automated and photos may slip through again. Please let us know if it happens again...

2015-12-06 12:00:27 | Peter Ingram writes:

So it is John Cossick and resides in Montrose Colorado USA !!!!

2017-12-04 12:32:20 | John Cossick writes:

Apparently- unscrupulous European
persons have modified another car, and used this VIN (chassis number).
My car- as described and documented here- has been certified and restored,
and is the original car with all matching numbers.
Prospective buyers of any other car which claims this VIN- BEWARE.

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