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 S676007 20 July 1954
 7 July 1954 
 Work In Progress French Grey
United StatesUnited States


Record Creation: Entered on 29 July 2021.

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2021-07-29 06:01:56 | Gary Seraphinoff writes:

I have watched the entry of S 676007 carefully since it has appeared on XKData.com four or five years ago. At that time, it was claimed that it was in Germany and I saw that it was here but without the "S" prefix. Also, it had no additional data i.e. engine, gearbox, or body number. Then, around 2020 I saw it was now in Spain and the entry now wore the "S" prefix and all the "numbers" were entered. Since I have owned the chassis for a number of years and intend to complete the car, naturally I was concerned. That encouraged me to get the Jaguar Record Trace certificate for the car which I have below. I would ask the owner in Spain to give me some information about his car. As you can below see as the Heritage Certificate states, I have the "soul" of the car in the form of the rolling chassis. Does this owner have the data plate? Please contact me about this. Thank You, Gary Seraphinoff

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