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 4.2 420G 
 Right Hand Drive 
 G1D56659BW 8 April 1969
 4959321 Birmingham
 18 March 1969 United Kingdom
 1969 Brown / Beige
 2011 Tan
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2006-12-20 23:02:04 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '04

Auction description:
Jaguar 420G Saloon
Important Collectors' Motor cars, Pioneer and Vintage Motorcycles, Bonhams (6th December 2004)
This car is presented in Sable livery with tan leather interior and is to automatic specification. It was acquired by the Patrick Collection in October 1988 and is offered with a Swansea V5 registration document. Some 70,000 or so miles have been covered from new. There are presently problems with the fuel pumps/carburation system and the car is offered strictly as seen

Lot Details
Auction Important Collectors' Motor cars, Pioneer and Vintage Motorcycles
Bonhams, Olympia, London
Type Car
Lot Number 628
Estimate £3000-£4000
Hammer Price £1800
Hammer Price (inc premium) £2070
Year 1969
Condition rating 4
Registration number ROB 662G
Mileage -
Chassis number G1D56659BW
Engine number 7D59658-8
Engine capacity (cc) 4235

2011-08-26 07:46:11 | Lofty writes:

Now factory standard colour scheme Sable over Ascot Fawn. Interior trim Cinammon as per Heritage Certificate.

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