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Record Creation: Entered on 2 December 2010.


Heritage Notes

Full list of registration numbers: EBR001 (Australia) ; UAU777 (Australia) ; DNU499 (Australia) ; GH340 (Australia) ; AL0058 (Australia) ; .

Owner: Rob Calcott

I live in Perth, Western Australia, with my wife Moira and mother of our four adult children (all married off). My passion with Jaguars started as a 10 year old admiring a neighbours early MK2, in Gisborne, New Zealand. I bought an immaculate 65 Mk2 3.4 MOD (167410DN), when I was about 20. After many other Jags in between, this Mk2 followed us to Australia and had a concourse restoration completed a few years ago, ready for several family weddings. I have a number of classic Jags, including the Series 1 (restored) and a Series 3 E Type undergoing restoration at present. Now semi retired, I enjoy repairing cars with my boys and share their interests in classic cars. We have learnt over many years to tackle most repairs ourselves. We do not lack too much equipment to do so, including a low bake booth. My passion for these classics was restored rebuilding my Mk2, which is much admired when it is out and about. "You might think my car is a classic, but my real treasure is in Heaven".


Updated February 27th, 2016. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of P1B7530DN

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Details Photos: Exterior (1)

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2010-12-02 08:08:44 | Rob writes:

I purchased this car in Sydney, in May 2006 & freighted it to Perth, Western Australia, (for the two year old Dayton wire wheels). The car really was a keeper, after a little TLC. It had done 127th, motor runs sweet as a nut, but rings a tad worn, otherwise everything else tight & smooth in the drive train. Body original & tidy apart from a couple of bubbles in the usual spot in the rear wheel arches & the left rear door a spot or two, otherwise is mint. Car has been resprayed many years ago. Leather is perfectly maintained & original, carpet tidy but could do with replacing. I overhauled the front suspension & power steering, bleed the brakes, seviced & tuned the car & it went straight over the pits for licencing. This Jag has been maintained in very tidy & original condition by all its previous owners (I have every mortal receipt since new) & cranks up as a good reliable daily driver if needed. I plan to restore it after I have finished my E types.

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