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T835897DN

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Record Creation: Entered on 4 December 2005.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

This car is the first 3.4L XK150S to carry the "T" prefix

Photos of T835897DN

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Uploaded December 2019:

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Uploaded June 2006:

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2005-12-04 10:44:23 | pauls writes:

Car was at BJ auction in '00
www.barrettjackson.com/auctionresults/common/cardetail.asp

Auction description:
1959 JAGUAR XK 150 S COUPE
LOT #342 - NO RESERVE
2001 BJCCA CCA
SOLD FOR $30,240

OPTIONS
COLOR - RED
CYLINDERS - V6
VIN - T835897DN

Rebuilt to near concours condition. In perfect condition for show or drive.

2018-04-09 17:59:47 | MBarnett writes:

Reported to be the first LHD XK 150 3.4 'S' FHC. Built.

2019-12-27 15:39:45 | Jerry Gray writes:

Car was restored in Florida with the color change. I purchased it at Barrett-Jackson in 2001. All numbers match except the body
# is nowhere to be found. As there are certain aspects of the body that are not consistent with a 1959 "S" model, I suspect the chassis has been re-bodied with a later, non-"S" body.

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