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804001

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Record Creation: Entered on 17 April 2019.

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Exterior Photos (4)

Uploaded June 2010:

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2010-06-12 09:33:00 | hans writes:

Ex Works experimental car. Last XK120, first XK140, was tested by Dunlop for Disc Brakes, Lofty Englands personal car

2011-10-15 07:02:17 | Lofty writes:

Beliwved to be with Hans Glaser allthough some reports say it was scrapped The body is actually from the last 120 FHC built

2014-07-13 10:01:25 | pauls writes:

A somewhat extensive history is given in the July 2014 edition of the XK Gazette. In 1998 the car was in California with Hans Glaser.

2020-04-14 02:02:31 | David Barnett writes:

Advertised in the XK Bulletin February 1970:

FOR SALE: XK140 FHC chassis no.804001 ; steel and wire wheels, disc brakes, spare engine and gearbox. Ideal hillclimb car. £155 ono.

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