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1S20051

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Record Creation: Entered on 9 September 2004.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Photos of 1S20051

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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

Uploaded February 2009:

2009-02-16
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2005-06-28 16:55:58 | Larry Harris writes:

I owned this car from 1988 to 1992. A dealer had tried to export the car illegally and it was caught and held in San Francisco. The owner of the shipping company purchased the car and I bought it from him. It was a nice original driver. Over the next two years I restored the car to Concours condition. It won numerous awards. I changed the interior to Black, it was originally red. Otherwise everything was kept original. The car was sold to a person in Chicago, he also purchased car #49. He did a few things to it and I heard it won JCNA National. Last I heard it was sold to a man in Germany who was in charge of the European Jag Club.

2009-02-15 15:01:16 | Larry Harris writes:

The first entry I made on 1s20051 was incorrect, these comments apply to 1s20042. I was contacted by the new owner of 1s20051 and the car is now in England.

2009-02-16 16:19:13 | LARRY HARRIS writes:

INTERIOR PHOTO FROM NEW OWNER

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