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S800008

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Record Creation: Entered on 27 April 2009.

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Photos of S800008

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Details Photos: Exterior (1)

Uploaded January 2010:

2010-01-10
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Detail Photos: Other (1)

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Restoration Photos: Engine (3)

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2009-04-27 12:24:51 | stuart ward writes:

purchased as a hot rod

2009-04-28 10:58:51 | Peter Ingram writes:

Built 1954 December - the only RHD OTS built that month. The number says it is early and now only number 007 is missing from the first 16 built

Where are you Stuart? Can we have more detail from the chassis plate? A picture would be great!!

2010-02-03 16:00:45 | mr. s. charge. writes:

i have purchased this xk chassis, has anyone any information on this car, thanks, steve.

2010-02-11 23:22:23 | R. Saber writes:

Somebody else on Facebook by the name of Jane Watts is also claiming ownership to that chassis number.
" Hi, All can anyone help me out i am the owner of chassis no 800008 xk140 ots rhd. I require help finding the original reg no and any information on the vehicle, jdht do not have the reg no on record. Thanks for any info."

2010-02-12 03:34:52 | terry mcgrath writes:

somthing funny here mr s charge also claims to own 800007 !!!!


2010-01-14 06:58:50 | Mr s charge. writes:

Hello, I once owned a motor car repair company called ward motors, in tomswood hill barkingside. I ceased trading some years ago now, leading on i am the owner of the xk that has been put on your website reg no pyu 161 it was blue i broke this car after an accident and still to this day have the chassis! rusty but complete,regards.

2010-02-12 03:58:45 | Lofty writes:

Hello all, jane watts is my partner and she has a facebook file, xk club have been informed of my new ownership, thank you for all of your concerns, Regards mr s charge.

2010-02-12 21:34:57 | terry mcgrath writes:

OK but whatr is the connection or story on the previous car chassis number 800007 do you have chassis number 7 as well as chassis number 8 can you email and post pics of both chassis and or cars etc
regards terry

2010-08-24 11:14:22 | james writes:

i'm probably being a bit dim here,but can someone explain how the picture of the complete car has what appears to be a V8 exhaust (or at least a four cylinder),and yet the rest of the pictures show a jaguar c-type engine in place? also,why are the wheels on the complete car blacked out in the picture?

2014-01-07 12:39:38 | pauls writes:

This car has been proven to be non original. A check revealed the numbers have been restamped

2014-01-07 17:21:42 | Anonymous writes:

The number stamped on the frame looks more like 800003...

2014-01-07 23:01:25 | terry mcgrath writes:

I will agree that the picture showing the number on the side chassis adjacent to rear engine mount the last digit looks like a 3 but the number shown on the front of the frame under the radiator looks like an 8 would need to check in person and clean and photograph much better

2014-01-21 15:18:21 | Dave writes:

Paul, you noted this has been proven to be non original? please supply further information as this vehicle carries the original registration number and was inspected by JEC as well as the police vehicle unit.

2014-01-21 21:42:45 | terry mcgrath writes:

Dave,
I am very interested in your comments and would love to find out further info if you can email me at tmcgrath@bigpond.com

thanks terry

2014-01-22 00:21:58 | pauls writes:

Dave,
As would I. I did not see the car but was given this information from someone who has. I would expect the JEC know what to look for however police might not recognize small anomalies like fonts not used by the factory.

2014-02-06 12:34:33 | Dave writes:

Why are we even discussing this? Something this dubious is clearly too tarnished now to buy/sell/restore or even acknowledge. It is basically just a replica at best now

2014-02-08 22:15:49 | pauls writes:

Dave, don't know why you say that. The site's objective is to be a log of a car's history. Nothing about a car is too tarnished to be acknowledged as long as it is fact, up to and including those that have been scrapped. It would seem we've achieved our objective as to use your word, the ID of this car is dubious. Any value established between a buyer/seller is irrelevant here.

2014-07-17 05:25:28 | Peter Ingram writes:

Just to keep the pot boiling I have just noticed that the Body number and engine number and for all I know the gearbox as well are for a left hand drive car whose chassis would approximate to 810424 /425 or 426 All fit the Build/first registration date of December 1954

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