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Record Creation: Entered on 7 August 2012.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Heritage Notes

First Owner
WD Stockwell

Owner: Brian Johnston

Member of Jaguar Driver's Club of Canberra, Australia and own 3 Jagaurs - 1959 3.4 XK150S, 1965 Mk2 3.8 MOD and 2001 X-Type 2.5 Manual Sports. Involved in restoration to original specifications and matching numbers and interested in original literature and tools.

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Updated August 11th, 2012. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2012-08-07 03:30:36 | Brian Johnston writes:

This car was a special order from Jaguar by Brysons, Australia for the first owner, Bill Stockwell a very keen Jaguar owner, specifying a close ratio gearbox and 9:1 engine and I believe this is quite a rare optioned car. It has been rebuilt faithfully to original specifications and has all matching numbers as per factory deliverey. It is a joy to own and drive.

2015-11-23 11:04:36 | John Elmgreen writes:

August 2011, Australian Jaguar Driver (club magazine), page 32: ad for sale, said to be in "excellent condition ... bare metal respray ... Engine has been rebuilt ... Old English White with chrome wire wheels ... $34,000 ..."

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