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Record Creation: Entered on 10 December 2005.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Heritage Notes

This vehicle was the last XK 140 DHC RHD to be produced

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Exterior Photos (3)

Uploaded April 2009:

2009-04-20
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Uploaded September 2008:

2008-09-04
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Uploaded December 2005:

2005-12-10
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Detail Photos: Interior (2)

Uploaded December 2005:

2005-12-11
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2005-12-11
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2005-12-10 08:23:39 | Urs Schmid writes:

80000 miles from new; car has been in Switzerland since 1990. Mk. IX discs at the front, fitted in the sixties; repainted and hood cloth renewed by present owner in 1991, otherwise absolutely original; ex Peter D. Preston, Benoni, Transvaal, Republic of South Africa.

2014-10-22 09:18:30 | Peter Ingram writes:

It should be said this important car is the last 140 Drophead with right hand drive built

2015-03-10 23:37:52 | pauls writes:

Car mentioned at:
www.classiccarsinrhodesia.co.za/Makes/Jaguar%20XK.html

Last RHD drop head coupe to be built. Delivered to an owner in Rhodesia through Sagers of Bulawayo. Later with Peter Preston of Benoni, South Africa. Noted in Switzerland from 1990. Fitted with a Laycock de Normanville overdrive.

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