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    Quote Originally Posted by Neilr View Post
    Chucky Jag appears to be correct. A quick google suggests that the DVLA may have assigned it a random, age-appropriate number to replace a private plate but one is not allowed to sell it (maybe so as not to accidentally get an unexpected windfall???).

    Windfall - I guess they are by definition unexpected ...
    True - to be an age related "private plate" though, it would need to be pre 1963 when the original "A dated" plate was first issued.
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    its a 5 digit number

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chucky Jag View Post
    its a 5 digit number
    So how old is the car?

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    yeah buy a Mercedes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul2013 View Post
    yeah buy a Mercedes!
    no def not , they are girls cars except the AMG range...

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    its V1 ETB , only the heater doesn't work (it will before winter (silly idea to put it so low it get covered in road grit.gets wet in the rain (i live in Wales ) etc, it must add a slight difference in price IF i sell, i want the 4 litre or an R Type if one comes up that has been cared for a bit ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chucky Jag View Post
    no def not , they are girls cars except the AMG range...
    I've had the blessing of driving an Sclass for last 15 years, really never had any major issues. I bought a Jaguar XJ and have had the car for a year and a half or so. The cars been in the shop going on 4 months+. I love the car its very sharp but I can't keep it on the road..

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    i might suggest the mechanics you are using are not used to working on older Jags...you need to find someone that does , a Jag is easy to fix ...

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    [QUOTE=Chucky Jag;1043064]i might suggest the mechanics you are using are not used to working on older Jags...you need to find someone that does , a Jag is easy to fix .. the cars 2 years old what are you talking about. Over 15 years I’ve had 7-8 s class’

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