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Record Creation: Entered on 19 June 2012.

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2012-06-19 19:17:41 | Peter Ingram writes:

Is this real ?????????? I would like to see the plate. I am sure you all know this is THE LAST lhd Drophead built

if it is not the figment of some one's imagination in Romania of all places

2012-06-20 04:46:12 | db writes:

I guess it's the far away shell and not the one nearest the camera as it's looks to be 140 dhc ?

2012-06-20 04:48:47 | db writes:

Oops too fast on the button and not checking what I'd written !

2013-10-11 14:10:09 | George Ladopoulos writes:

Bought as a job lot from the USA. When I arrived home I couldn't believe it was the LAST ONE. I just started restoration and I found the chassis# to confirm the fact. You can take a look at the pictures.

2014-03-02 06:05:06 | Lofty writes:

Last one made

2019-03-05 11:01:16 | Reno writes:

looks like the body no. is P5796 not P5736. By the way it makes more sence because the body no. from the first XK140 DHC of this the last year is P5789

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