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1D76184BW

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Record Creation: Entered on 27 February 2020.

 

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2020-02-20 16:56:02 | pauls writes:

Car to be at aucition 3/20
rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/fl20/palm-beach/lots/r0144-1966-jaguar-mark-x-42-litr ...

Auction description:
1966 Jaguar Mark X 4.2-Litre
Offered Without Reserve
RM | Auctions - PALM BEACH 20 - 21 MARCH 2020 - From the bankruptcy estate of entities previously controlled by Bikram Choudhury
Identification No. J661D76184BW

One of 5,137 Mark X 4.2-litres produced
Completed on 6 December 1965; distributed through Jaguar Cars New York
Originally finished in Opalescent Light Maroon with Beige interior
Believed to have covered less than 200 miles since restoration
Equipped with a period cruise control device
Features stowable picnic tables and air conditioning
Accompanied by JDHT certificate

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