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2005-12-13 10:25:31 | Richard Garcia writes:

My own car bought two weeks ago after 2 years hunt. Parked in a hay barn in the Alps since 1967. Dirty but good original state. In need of serious restoration though. Interesting reported history to be reconsituted. More details to come ...

2005-12-13 19:07:05 | Peter Ingram writes:

Richard I write a column in the XK Gazette which you may know.
With your agreement I would like to mention this "discovery" in my next piece.
Is that OK

2006-08-16 09:32:14 | pauls writes:

Car offered at:

Sellers description:
4 speed

For sale JAGUAR XK 120 special, early 1950, complete for restoration, on French papers. A very early pre-series steel car with RHD, original Ghia-Aigle (Switzerland) hard top conversion. Numerous very rare or simply unique features. One-off project. Price to discuss.
colour BRG
interior colour Rouge
drive RHD
type Cabrio / Roadster
fuel type Petrol
year 1950
Chassis No. 660095
price 23.800 GBP
city Paris
country France

2006-11-21 21:47:29 | Roger writes:

Looks like the story did get into the XK Gazette, Sept. and oct. 2006.

2012-09-29 04:15:13 | Anonymous writes:

The present owner posted a short article saying:
Installing a steel hardtop made ​compulsory the modification of the windscreen and allowed fitting sliding windows with height adjustment through a knurled screw tightened in a vertical slide (see picture).

2014-05-03 09:06:58 | pauls writes:

And the car makes the XK Gazette again in the May 2014 edition.

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