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T820016DN

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Record Creation: Entered on 16 January 2022.

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Exterior Photos (1)

Uploaded November 2016:

2016-11-07
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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

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2016-11-07 07:47:22 | Lofty writes:

Since several years with current owner.
Engine not original

2019-04-11 08:02:36 | MBarnett writes:

Not a true VAS car, first VAS built was 820056 built Oct 14 1959.

2019-04-11 23:39:49 | Paul Whitfield writes:

Agreed. This was built on 10 Dec 1958 as a 3.4S with engine VS1629-9, body F16870, gearbox JLS42599JS; exterior Mist Grey, interior Light Blue, hood Black. I believe the engine is now ZB1279-8 (Mk 10).

2022-01-16 06:58:08 | pauls writes:

As Paul and MBarnett mention factory records confirm this car did not have a VAS engine. The same engine number, VS1629-9, appears on 831741, built in November '58. Numbering errors were made but this dilemma can't be clarified here with out a Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate. Hopefully the owner will apply for it.

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