The gold one looks like one I went to look at for a chassis donor for my green one, not thinking to check it was a V6 first! Came with a fully restored, galvanised chassis, I didn't bother to check for identification as I was too disappointed it was a straight 6! The owner contacted me via the Facebook group.DARK STAR wrote: ↑Sun Dec 29, 2019 4:47 pmThere is something here which is not correct.
As Jim says, they are using the identity of SRR 66G which is an obvious write-off AND a V6 not a straight six.
The chassis comes from the gold car which mysteriously has no identity.
But it HAS got a factory sliding sunroof which is so rare that we can make a guess.
And the favorite guess is ... BUE 442B
This very important car is unheard of since 2012, could it have ended up here by devious means?
My notes on the two cars :
BUE 442B chassis 0004 one of two gold ’65 motor show cars, factory sunroof, used to illustrate handbook and in publicity photos, for sale 200 sterling accident damage offside peter saunders ’74, new v5c ’83, on road selon matt ’12, no tax or mot colour silver selon dvla ‘19
SRR 66G chassis no? new v5c issued while car in desperate condition ’17, tribute automotive unfinished d-type jaguar kit (with chassis from a gold car with factory sunroof) ’19, dvla shows colour white sorn ‘19
My spies are working on the case and have already taken a few photos ...