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United KingdomCKV250

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Record Creation: Entered on 9 May 2012.


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CKV 250

Photos of 39001

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2014-02-15 09:50:28 | T.Zwakman writes:

Despite the comment of "Lofty" by #39002 I can announce here that #39001 still exist in good health and that it being the one and only oldest in existence SS100 3.5 car.
It has a continues history from Prince Michael of Romenia until today.
Its part of an important SS collection and I will add some pictures at later stage.

My best to all real Jaguar enthusiasts.

2015-12-30 14:02:58 | Anonymous writes:

The Romanian journalist Radu Portocala, a former owner of this car, published a book with the full history of this Jaguar (in Romanian only)

edituravremea.ro/istoria---ntortocheat---a-jaguarului-albastru---jaguarul-regelu ...

2016-01-04 09:21:27 | Mateusz writes:

I've put some pictures of this car so one can see how it looks.

2016-02-23 15:37:49 | Anonymous writes:

From the book - the "Blue sheen" color was an express requirement from the Romanian Ministry of Air (aviation) officials who ordered this car for King Michael 16yo birthday (Oct 25 1937), as they wanted the car to be related to their mission (color of the sky). Car was delivered on Oct 19 just in time for the birthday

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