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39010

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Record Creation: Entered on 12 March 2014.

 

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2014-12-18
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2014-03-12 10:53:03 | tom Metcalf writes:

Car is now in our shop to be restored to original spec black with red interior.

2014-12-18 18:30:01 | pauls writes:

Car was sold at RM Auctions Amelia Island 2014
Lot # 157 1938 SS Jaguar 100 3 1/2 Liter Roadster; S/N 39010; Engine # M1398E; BR Green/Biscuit leather; Black cloth top; Estimate $300,000 - $400,000; Older restoration, 3+ condition; Hammered Sold at $410,000 plus commission of 10.00%; Final Price $451,000 - RHD. Silver painted wire wheels, Dunlop bias ply tires, folding windshield, dual aeroscreens, windshield post mounted minors, rear-mounted spare, Lucas fog lights, headlight stoneguards. - A good older restoration done to better than driver but less than concours condition. Very good paint, chrome and upholstery. Chassis and underbody leave a little to be desired and show age and use. Later engine of the correct original type. Malcolm S. Pray, Jr. collection. - Sold by RM at Monterey in 1998 for $197,522 where it was represented, and presented, as a solid original older restoration with the 3 1/2 liter engine as originally delivered. It's no less good today from Malcolm Pray's collection, just 2 times more valuable.

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