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UD1S73999

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Record Creation: Entered on 21 October 2003.

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Heritage Notes

Heritage Trust has no first owner recorded. However, that only indicates that the first owner did not register the car with Jaguar for some reason. I am the second owner of this vehicle.

Owner: Al D'Orio

(email)

Updated October 26th, 2003. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of UD1S73999

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Exterior Photos (5)

Uploaded November 2003:

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2003-10-20 16:58:47 | Al D'Orio writes:

Earily 73 XKE coupe, in excellent condition. I purchased this Jag from the West Coast after it was taken out of storage for 10 years. Orginial owner died and son sold the car to me through a San Diago Import dealer. Car has 42,000 orginial miles. Car is all orginial except for parts that I have replaced with factory parts. Paint is in very good condition and orginial with the exception of a few stone chips. interior is all orginial except front seat covers were replaced by the selling dealer. Car run excellent.

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