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2004-01-22 23:49:22 | pauls writes:

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A 1987 rumor placed this car in Florida, in the hands of the owner of another early LHD roadster.

2004-04-19 10:25:10 | pauls writes:

A '62 XKE was offered for sale by Ted Cohen, Wayne, New Jersey, in the July '79 issue of Ejag magazine. The ad read as follows, I assume its attributed to this car:

1962 XKE Roadster Very rare with eternal hood latches. 47th car produced. $3,500.

2006-02-26 01:12:07 | boillot writes:

car was advertised for sale in xks unlimited in sept of 1998 and was owned
by robert gillies at least from june of 1989 to 1998 car was painted red with
black interior and the odometer stated 48331 in 1997. car was located in
burlington ontario. The odometer was 42,604 in june of 1989

2008-04-16 10:41:44 | Andrew Cumming writes:

I bought this car in Burlington in 1999 with about 48000 on the clock. I have driven it lightly but regularly since, now showing 52000+. It is still red but appears to have been Opalescent Dark Blue originally (inside fuel filler opening). This car runs very well and is well maintained mechanically but could use a paint job. I would like to restore it to its original colour some day. Thanks for your great web site.

2016-06-12 03:47:44 | Andrew Cumming writes:

Just checking in. Still driving 875047. Still have not restored it, but have been maintaining it well. Went for a stainless exhaust a few years ago because the authentic mild ones were rotting out every couple of years. Odo reads 53,316.

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