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  XK150 Carmen Red
 Open Two Seater Biscuit
 Left Hand Drive Black
   Belgian Motor Company
 832113 30 December 1959
 F17189 Hollywood
 JLS44636JS California
 December 1959 United States
 1960 Carmen Red
 2015 Biscuit
 Rest: Concours Black
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Record Creation: Entered on 24 October 2005.

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2005-10-24 18:20:13 | Steven D. writes:

This car was mentioned on the XK-forum of

From Terry McGrath: To add to the mystery but confirm roger's theory 832113DN was sold new to
Belgian Motor Co
colours Carmen/Biscuit/black despatched in Dec 1959 and the first gaurantee
holder was in feb 1960 possibly in Hollywood. Like most cars sold on the
continent or northern africa they were sold to US serviceman to take home ie
the USofA.
The mystery is the factory records note the chassis number as S832113DN
engine VAS1075 the chassis certainly by now should have had the T prefix and
other cars at the same time do, given the ID plate has S as well this car
may have actually left with a standard chassis not that I see how this is
any different than the "T" stamped chassis?
This car should be examined in more detail ie what number is stamped on the
chassis in the 2 places etc

And without pre-empting Jeff Giffen's sourcing of a JDHT certificate, I do
list T832113DN as being new in Europe, and having VAS1075-8 but currently
(some years ago?) as being in USA, and not specifically Canada.

So T832113DN is one of 13 only LHD 3.8S roadsters - makes it very rare if it
does indeed check out OK.

2005-10-24 18:34:35 | Steven D. writes:

More numbers from JL post

2006-03-04 02:54:26 | Lyle Dickman writes:

LBD Imports bought this car from a private collector In 2004 Im Lyle Dickman and I own Lbdimports. This car has the T on the chassis, and the title has a T on it as well. This car is currently undergoing an extensive 100 point frame off restoration by LBDimports and nationwide auto restoration. This car will be available for sale in May 2005. This jaguar is all matching numbers, and comes with a heritage certificate.

2015-04-30 21:32:54 | Marc Lemchen writes:

I own this car presently. It won best in show at the Jaguar Drivers Club of Long Island in 2012. It is garaged on Long Island in New York.

2017-09-07 21:33:50 | MBarnett writes:

T-832113dn is the second LHD OTS with VAS 3.8 S engine . Built 17 Dec 1959

2017-09-08 15:22:56 | Peter Ingram writes:

And T832110DN is the first built in Nov 1959

2018-04-02 17:19:33 | Glen Read writes:

I owned a 60 or 61 3.8 XK150S purchased from a local used car dealer in Spring of 1961. It was owned by a Fire Chief of a small Quebec town originally and had his fire siren mounted on the passenger side fender which I had to remove. I drove the car for 2 yrs and sold it in Montreal in Autumn of 1962. Since there were so few I wonder if T832113DN could be the car. If the factory shows originally shipped to Belgium I doubt it but are the factory records accurate? Marc Lemchen, if you still own the car pls contact me.

2018-04-02 18:54:28 | MBarnett writes:

There were only 3 Carmen Red 3.8 'S ' LHD OTS's built. 832113, 832117 and 832122 Car 832122 is unaccounted for.
#117 and #122 had black interiors.

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