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SAJJNVCB8EC114405

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 SAJJNVCB8EC114405 25 November 1985
 9DPBLA100293 
 5Y001207 
 001152 
 12 December 1983 United Kingdom
 
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Record Creation: Entered on 1 March 2020.

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Heritage Notes

Note on engine number: duplicate chgd from 9DPBLA100709 Note on gearbox number: chgd from 000127 Note on color: NDC 215; Note on trim: CEM;

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2010-12-22 08:39:59 | bleasie writes:

One of 69 Cabriolets converted by Jaguar from LHD to RHD then sold UK market
Tell tale signs
Large driving lights on front wings
Leather patch on passenger door where driving mirror toggle switch was

2010-12-23 06:57:59 | Bleasie writes:

Factory conversion LHD to RHD
then sold to UK market
Tell tale signs
Large driving light on front wings
Leather patch on Passenger door where togglle switch was.

2020-03-01 06:23:56 | pauls writes:

Listed for sale in the JEC magazine 2/29/20

Seller's description:

1983 XJ-SC, £28k, 26k miles, completely original, factory rear seat conversion, first registration was Jaguar 1985, complete history file.

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