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Record Creation: Entered on 18 August 2018.

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2006-01-02 17:56:38 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '95

Auction description:
Lot 043: Jaguar XK140SE (1955)
Collectors' Motor Cars & Motor Cycles, Christies (27th February 1995)
Lot Details
Auction Collectors' Motor Cars & Motor Cycles
Christies, Jack Barclay Showroom, London
Type Car
Lot Number 043
Estimate £25000-£35000
Hammer Price -
Hammer Price (inc premium) -
Year 1955
Condition rating 2
Registration number JAG 140
Mileage -
Chassis number 800011
Engine number G2362-25

2007-07-26 11:27:38 | Peter Ingram writes:

This is listed as Built 1955 February

2010-03-07 05:14:10 | james writes:

I'm slightly puzzled by the claim that 800011 is the car in the photo. As I understand it,the picture shows an XK120 racing at the jahore GP and was taken in 1951. A similar photo of the car in the same race can be seen in Paul Skilleter's Jaguar Sports Cars. It was racing 4 years before 800011 was built.

2010-03-08 10:45:30 | terry mcgrath writes:

The statement is correct "This special body was fitted to Popes XK140 roadster chassis number 800011" the special body on the XK120 chassis you see was later transferred to Freddie Popes XK140 roadster, The special body was fitted at various points to 3 different cars: Brian Hawes unidentified but very early steel bodied XK120 roadster, Alloy 120 owned by freddie pope and then his XK140 800011
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2018-08-18 15:03:05 | pauls writes:

Car attended the XK70 event June 2018. Information provided by the owner: Previous owners RF Broomfield & Freddie Pope. Originally registered in Singapore and imported to UK in 1968. Driven in competition by Freddie Pope (quite successfully judging by the number of cups in the period photo!) and by Stirling Moss.

Colours now: Pastel Blue with Due Blue interior. Located in Hampshire, England.

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