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S942330

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UDU559

Classic Jaguar Saloon photo

6 more photos below

Record Creation: Entered on 5 May 2011.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Owner: SteveAT

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Updated August 22nd, 2013. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of S942330

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Exterior Photos (3)

Uploaded September 2012:

2012-09-28
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Uploaded May 2011:

2011-05-09
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2011-05-05
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Interior Photos (1)

Uploaded August 2012:

2012-08-27
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Details Photos: Exterior (1)

Uploaded May 2011:

2011-05-09
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Detail Photos: Other (2)

Uploaded September 2012:

2012-09-28
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2012-09-28
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2011-05-05 02:01:49 | Jack writes:

Love at first sight !

2011-05-09 02:24:18 | Jack writes:

GM inline 6 and manual gearbox.
Whereabouts of originals unknown.

2012-08-27 20:27:56 | SteveAT writes:

942330 is an interesting edition of a Mark 1. For one thing, you may notice in the pics that this LHD seems to have wipers set up for RHD. I just removed the horn button, which cleaned up very nicely, and noticed a small flatness on the edge of the clear button which looks like the result of a slow-melt. I am wondering if this 'soon-after-the-factory-fire' Jag's horn button might be a relic of that fire?

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