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831525

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Uploaded October 2014:

2014-10-03
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2010-03-17 08:18:46 | R. Saber writes:

See eBay 220568732600 (ends Mar 18, 2010)

2010-05-26 18:07:04 | Roger writes:

Note that the PA title for this chassis number was for sale as a "standalone" item on eBay, as seen here:

cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll

"Original 150 "S" Air Intake Trumpets Sorry No Air Box Or The Rest Of Of The Car For That Matter... *** But I Do Have The XK 150S Pennsylvania Title S/# T831525DN *** Of The Car That These Air Intake Trumpets Were Taken From Which I Believe Is Was An Early XK 150S Car Picture #9 I Might Consider Selling Seperately For Framing Auction Is For The Intakes Only Sold As Pictured"

2014-10-08 06:26:04 | Peter Ingram writes:

Not an engine number should be deleted

2014-11-10 06:29:08 | Peter Ingram writes:

The new eng number is consistent with this chassis A Body number would remove doubt

2014-11-19 06:13:09 | Lofty writes:

Car is with Northernjaguar.com

2014-11-24 08:59:44 | Peter Ingram writes:

All doubt removed

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