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Record Creation: Entered on 10 January 2006.

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2006-01-09 21:11:26 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '04

Auction description:
Lot 1160a: Jaguar XK150 S Roadster
Fine Motor Cars & The Jaguar Legend, Coys (3rd July 2004)
Ex-1960 Tulip Rally GT Class Winner

Lot Details
Auction Fine Motor Cars & The Jaguar Legend
Coys, Chiswick House, London
Type Car
Lot Number 1160a
Hammer Price £40500
Hammer Price (inc premium) -
Year 1959
Condition rating 2
Registration number WLO7
Mileage -
Chassis number T820019DN

2006-01-16 12:44:49 | pauls writes:

Additional information from the '04 auction:

This magnificently presented genuine 3.4 litre 'S' is however an exception to the rule WLO 7 has has its fair share of competition success however with Eric Haddon and his Australian co-driver, Charles Vivian at the wheel having previously made a name for themselves in Haddons XK120 roadster RJH400. Their best result was in 1960 with a Tulip Rally GT class win. Complete with a certificate of 'Concours D'ellegance' and a complete restoration undertaken in 1990, this much loved and little used Jaguar is awaiting the chequered flag once again.

2011-09-13 10:53:36 | pauls writes:

Car is mentioned in the 9/11 edition of the XK Gazette.

2011-11-06 16:58:00 | pauls writes:

Yet more history is provided in the Nov. 2011 edition of the XK Gazette.

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