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249490

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BPP612

 

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2010-12-30 14:21:41 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '90
www.barrett-jackson.com/application/onlinesubmission/lotdetails.aspx

Barrett-Jackson Lot: 624 - 1935 JAGUAR SS 90 RDSTR
Lot Number: 624
Auction: BARRETT JACKSON CLASSIC CAR AUCTION 1990
Sale Price:
Year: 1935
Make: JAGUAR
Model: SS 90
Style: RDSTR
VIN: 249490
Exterior Color: GREEN
Interior Color:

2015-08-16 06:10:40 | M A Scott writes:

This car was offered for sale in "Motor Sport" magazine December 1983. A photo, front 3/4 view, shows registration number BPP 612. Description stated:-"Ch No 249490, Reg No. BPP 612, BRG, tan hide and carpets, black hood, previous racing history, being the 16th made out of a total production of only 24. In superb order having been totally restored in 1979-very rare" Advertiser was Nigel Dawes, dealer of Worcestershire England.

2015-08-24 12:58:59 | M A Scott writes:

This car is referred to in an in-depth article "SS Origins" in "The Automobile" magazine December 1982, written by the world's leading Jaguar historian Paul Skilleter. He states that the original owner was O. Ormrod of Slough (England) and he competed in the 1938 race at Donington (England) along with William Lyons, Heynes and Newsome. There are four photos of the car, and the present(1982) owner was said to be a Mr Melley.

2017-05-05 13:28:15 | Rob Reilly writes:

Listed in the 2007 CJA Register.

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