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 XKC033 19 January 1953
 1953 British Racing Green
 2005 Green
 Rest: Nice 
United StatesUnited States


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Record Creation: Entered on 24 October 2008.

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2008-11-27 09:09:35 | pauls writes:

Car was at Gooding and Co auction at Pebble Beach, California 8/05

Auction description:
Lot 63
1962 Jaguar XKC 033 BRG/green leather, not sold at $1.25m bid. Modified/older restoration by Walter Hill, condition 2. Race history with Robert McManus, Chuck Hassan, Riddelle Gregory & Tom Groskritz.

2014-01-30 19:06:58 | JRF writes:

XKC033 is listed as 1 of 3 C-Types entered in the 2013 Colorado Grand.

2019-06-25 04:50:06 | Rick writes:

I am trying to locate the current owner of XKC-033. My father bought the car in Susanville, CA, assembled the parts necessary for restoration, was about to begin the restoration project when we suffered a tornado, and he sold it to Walter Hill who had it restored. I would like to 'talk' to the present owner. Please help me locate him/her. Thank you.

Rick Boyd

2019-06-29 13:36:04 | Fritz writes:

By 2006 it was reported she had been bought by Jim Taylor, USA and he had her restored back to original configuration

2019-07-06 07:01:30 | Rick writes:

Thanks, Fritz. I spoke with Terry Larson and he confirmed that Jim Taylor owns it. I appreciate your help.

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