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July 31, 2020 - 19:00
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Offline DuckweedDave

  • Non-Member
  • Location: Gainesville FL USA
Hi All,
I'm a new member and the current owner of 121700269 / YTU390 (Which was for a time SSK504
YTU390 now lives with me in Florida after I bought her (Along with SIIA 1966 GVF906D 25213006C) from Jaguar Land Rover Classic.

If anyone can point me to historic pictures of these guys, I would be really grateful.

July 31, 2020 - 22:14
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Offline R Hughes

  • LRSOC & LR Register Member
  • Location: Bucks / Oxon Border, UK

I am afraid I cannot tell you anything about these vehicles, but thought I would drop this note to welcome you to the club & to congratulate you upon acquiring two great looking vehicles.

I saw the SII on line when sold at auction and then, from memory, advertised online before JLR bought it, a very nice vehicle indeed I thought, pleased it is now in a suitably appreciative home. Enjoy !

August 01, 2020 - 17:22
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Offline Sir-Bastian

  • LRSOC Member
  • 1958 109 2L Diesel CKD
  • Location: Germany
Wellcome, two very nice vehicles!There are some historic pictures in the gallery. You may already have them as they were included in a previous sale of your car.
You may need to be a club member to view the gallery.;sa=myimages;u=1257
But it is every penny worth to become a member...

August 01, 2020 - 20:49
Reply #3

Offline Tim Dines

  • LRSOC & LR Register Member
  • Location: Surrey, UK
Hello David, welcome to the forum!

I used to own YTU390, it had a good history file with it including quite a few pictures of it in service.

If you send me a personal message with your e mail Iíll send you copies of anything I still have.


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