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SAJJNLCB8EC114649

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United KingdomC657WAC

 

Record Creation: Entered on 16 September 2020.

 

Record Changes

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2010-12-23 07:53:31 | XJS Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Original Owner Country was added: United Kingdom
  • Notes From Heritage Record was changed from Note on engine number: duplicate chgd from 9DPBLA100793
    Note on gearbox number: chgd from 000659
    Note on color: CEE 316; to Note on engine number: duplicate chgd from 9DPBLA100793 Note on gearbox number: chgd from 000659 Note on color: CEE 316;
  • Title Year was added: 1985
  • Current Country was changed from Canada to United Kingdom
  • Last Seen was changed from 2009 to 1986
  • Registration numbers (raw data): was added: C657WAC|
  • Registration number location (raw data): was changed from Canada to United Kingdom|
  • Heritage Notes

    Note on engine number: duplicate chgd from 9DPBLA100793 Note on gearbox number: chgd from 000659 Note on color: CEE 316;

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    2010-12-23 06:19:54 | Bleasie writes:

    Canada Market car with LHD and was later converted to RHD by Jaguar. Jaguar Cars Company Car then sold to UK market

    Tell tale signs

    Large driving light on front wings

    Leather patch on Passenger door where togglle switch was.

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