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1R21054

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United KingdomUBO174J

Australia0JAG0

Australia351KLP

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Record Creation: Entered on 13 October 2007.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Full list of registration numbers: UBO174J (United Kingdom) ; 0JAG0 (Australia) ; 351KLP (Australia) ; 70EII (Australia) ; SI9070 (Australia) ; .

Original registration: UBO 174J

Photos of 1R21054

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Exterior Photos (4)

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Details Photos: Exterior (3)

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Detail Photos: Interior (2)

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Detail Photos: Engine (3)

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2008-02-28 17:10:44 | John writes:

This car has an H suffix to its engine number. Can anyone tell me what does that mean?

2009-07-14 16:17:25 | Tim B. writes:

Hi John. After Dec 1970 the letters H (High), S (Standard), or L (Low) replace -9 -8 or -7 (compresion ratio) as engine number suffix.

2009-12-30 18:47:49 | John writes:

Thanks Tim. I had figured the meaning of the H, but could not find any information about its use on E Type engines.

2014-07-08 22:41:47 | Clive writes:

Advertised on carsales.com.au 9 July 2014, asking AUS$70,000. Advert' says 99,000 klms. Described as follows: "In excellent original condition inside and out, with sensible improvements, this classic is a joy to own and drive. Improvements include after-market air-conditioning, aluminium radiator, permanent magnet CoolCat fans (runs at normal temperature even at 40 degrees ambient), ceramic coated exhaust manifolds (rather than the flake-prone vitreous enamel originals), stainless steel exhausts (to original pattern), braided stainless flexible brake lines, near new Pirelli Scorpion tyres.
A Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust heritage certificate, workshop manual, some new parts and most of the replaced original parts are available.
First delivered in Cardiff, Wales, the car was imported into Australia early in the 1980s so far as can be ascertained. It has had just three owners since then."

2015-05-07 00:03:42 | Lofty writes:

2015 - NOW IN HOBART, TASMANIA

2020-09-17 07:39:19 | Clive writes:

Advertised for sale on carsales.com.au 18 September 2020, asking AUD$155,000. Car is in Tasmania.

Seller’s description follows:

1. Heritage Certificate - matching numbers

2. Delivered in September 1970 to D.J.Williams, Cardiff, UK

3. Factory right hand example

4. Known history dating back to 1982 in Australia. A past JCCV Club car

5. Repainted in 2007 in it's original colour scheme of signal red - the paint work is still fresh with a strong depth of colour and gloss - (black leather) -

 still presents exceptionally well

7. A fully sorted Jaguar E Type that is ready for it's next custodian to enjoy

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