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660494

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United KingdomJXK120

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Record Creation: Entered on 8 May 2014.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

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Exterior Photos (3)

Uploaded May 2024:

2024-05-12
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2024-05-12
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Uploaded May 2014:

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2014-05-05 17:25:39 | John Hedges writes:

Undergoing restoration. Due to be back on the road late 2014

2014-05-10 09:55:45 | David Bentley writes:

I believe that the original reg. of this car was WMF 996 (Middlesex). You may now have obtained the reg. JXK 120, in which case - wow! However, Henlys of London used "JXK" as their own letters purely in documentation when recording XK120s that passed through their hands so it may be that this car just happened to be Henlys JXK 120 - I do not think that it was an original reg. Jaguar Heritage would confirm. Please let me know if I am wrong!

2014-05-14 05:09:06 | John Hedges writes:

The car does have the correct heritage certificate which shows the original registration as JXK 120 and that is what is shown on the registration document

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