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XKC046

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Record Creation: Entered on 24 October 2008.

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Photos of XKC046

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Exterior Photos (5)

Uploaded April 2021:

2021-04-04
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Uploaded September 2016:

2016-09-24
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Uploaded July 2010:

2010-07-30
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Uploaded August 2009:

2009-08-14
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2009-08-14
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2008-10-30 21:31:14 | pauls writes:

Car is said to have been wrecked in 1984 and undergoing restoration.

2009-01-13 19:16:04 | Anonymous writes:

www.motorsportmemorial.org

Lord Ebury
Death date: 05.May.1957
Circuit: Prescott
Race:
Vehicle brand/model: Jaguar C-Type #XKC 046
Note:
Lord Ebury's Jaguar went up a bank and rolled over into the Esses. He was the first racing fatality at Prescott

2009-08-14 09:57:41 | pauls writes:

Car participated in the '09 Mille Miglia
www.1000miglia.eu/inglese/home.html

2014-05-03 08:37:19 | pauls writes:

Car owned by Peter Neumark of CMC. Nice story and photos of the history of the car and its purchase by him in the May 2014 XK Gazette.

2014-07-27 16:33:24 | pauls writes:

BARC Goodwood, 21.8.1954 Driven by: Berwyn Baxter (GB) Result: 3rd

2016-03-19 19:55:25 | Ciaran writes:

Seen today 19th March at Anglesey Circuit. Looking and sounding magnificent.

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