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800072

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United KingdomTGH231

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Record Creation: Entered on 16 January 2006.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

This was the seventy-second of 74 cars of this type built with right hand drive and was the last of this type sold in the uk

Photos of 800072

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2006-01-16 12:38:57 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '04
www.coys.co.uk/auctions/lot.php

Auction description:
Fine Motor Cars & The Jaguar Legend, Chiswick House
Saturday 3rd July 2004
Lot 1141a
1955 Jaguar XK140 Roadster Restoration Project
Registration no: TGH 231
Chassis no: S800072D
Estimate: £5,000-9,000

2012-05-21 08:41:31 | charley burton writes:

This car completed the Mille Miglia 2012 and competed in the Silverstone Classic 2010.

2013-07-21 03:30:49 | Reno writes:

... and was the first car with a new handbrake lever ex works.

2013-07-21 12:12:02 | Peter Ingram writes:

It should be emphasised how rare cars of this model are in right hand drive.

Only 74 left the factory and some 10 remain unaccounted for 21 23 25 28 29 41 45 49 56 61 plus Four doubtful 16 34 54 & 69

2014-08-15 12:09:03 | Anonymous writes:

My information on the missing cars:
21 - no record found
23 - export Switzerland, no further record
25 - UK reg HHX 521, no record on UK licencing authority
28 - no record
29 - export Malaya, no further record
41 - no record
45 - no record
49 - export Canada, no further record
56 - export Thailand, no further record
61 - UK reg GEU 870, no record on UK licencing authority
16 - export Germany, no further record
34 - no record
54 - UK reg WSD 7,no record on UK licencing authority
69 UK reg NVJ 730, listed as off the road in 2007 on UK licencing authority

2014-08-16 05:38:05 | Peter Ingram writes:

My records agree with the summary of lost cars above. The only caveat is 061 was hinted at being a survivor on xkdata last year

2016-08-10 10:57:57 | Dave writes:

I used to own a xk 140 ots rhd in BRG with red interior. I purchased it from someone in the Kingston on Thames district in either 1964 or 1965 and sold it in Barnard Castle County Durham with a broken timing chain which I could not afford to fix in probably 1967 for ( aaaaargh)100 pounds Stirling. I was only about 22 at the time and unfortunately did not truly realise what I had. All I knew was that it was extremely fast and agile and made the most glorious sound from the racing pipes the previous owner had fitted. I cannot remember the number plate and certainly not chassis or engine numbers. These were the days of the old buff log book and, who knows, that might still be around somewhere. My name is Charles David Fowler and the log book would have shown a Kings Road, Rayners Lane, Middlesex address. I still pine longingly for that car and curse the stupidity of my youth and would love to know what happened to it after it left my life. If any of your members are able to help I would be very grateful. These days I have gone German with a 1987 Porsche 911 cabriolet ( still like the wind in my hair) which is cared for with great respect and is polished and nurtured just like I should have done with the Jag and never did.

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