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 P211140BW 29 January 1960
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Record Creation: Entered on 7 February 2023.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"


Owner: David A. Warr

Retired teacher. Also have '60 3.8 mk2 and 74 xj6. Do all my own work.


Updated June 5th, 2008. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of P211140BW

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Exterior Photos (5)

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2008-06-03 21:41:38 | David A. Warr writes:

Purchased in !998. Finally got it on the road in 2007. Looks good and runs well. Still interior cosmetics to do.

2008-06-03 21:54:15 | David A. Warr writes:

Purchased in 1998. Finally got on the road in 2007.

2008-06-04 10:45:45 | David A. Warr writes:

This car was originally a company car in Montreal and was BRG. Quite rusty when I bought it but was pretty good mechanically.

2018-10-05 07:47:23 | Lofty writes:

First owner , JAS Kearns and Associates, architect firm.

2023-02-07 06:07:50 | David Warr writes:


Yes I have the original owner’s card issued to JAS Kearns. At the time he lived on Sherbrooke Street. I am the fifth owner, not counting the antique owner that I bought the car from.

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