This identification guide has been produced specifically for the early Tom Walkinshaw Racing enhanced Jaguar XJS cars built between 1984 and 1988. These cars, although often badged as 'JaguarSport' cars, were produced prior to the joint venture between Jaguar and TWR. Scarce records exist for these cars, which has made the production of this guide particularly difficult. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners determine the originality of a car, and contains information such as exterior features, interior features, paint colours / codes, option codes and important information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating a one stop information hub for the TWR XJS. You too can contribute knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible, so please create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.

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A rare 1988 Mercedes 190E 2.3-16 Valve. Car is currently residing in the UK. An identification guide has been drafted for these cars for those who are interested. Please have a look at the following link: http://classicregister.com/content/how-identify-1984-1988-mercedes-w201-190e-23-16-valve

This guide has been produced for the MK1 Morris Cooper S 970cc, built between 1964 and 1965. This car was a special homologation version of the Cooper S produced by BMC in very low numbers, allowing the Cooper S to compete in the under 1000cc racing class. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining the authenticity or originality of a MK1 Morris Mini Cooper S 970, containing information such as exterior features, interior features, paint colours / codes and important information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers, as well as additional originality criteria. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the 970 Cooper S. Please contribute your knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible. Create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.

This identification guide has been produced for the MK1 Austin Cooper S 970cc, built between 1964 and 1965. This car was a special homologation version of the Cooper S produced by BMC in very low numbers, allowing the Cooper S to compete in the under 1000cc racing class. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining the authenticity or originality of a MK1 Austin Mini Cooper S 970, containing information such as exterior features, interior features, paint colours / codes and important information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers, as well as additional originality criteria. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the 970 Cooper S. Please contribute your knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible. Create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.

This identification guide has been produced for the MK1 Morris Cooper S 1071cc, built between 1963 and 1964. This car was the first Cooper S, and the first to famously succeed in the Monte Carlo Rally among other motorsport events. These cars are particularly rare and sought after today, and identification of an original vehicle can be difficult. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining the authenticity or originality of a MK1 Morris Mini Cooper S 1071, containing information such as exterior features, interior features, paint colours / codes and important information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers, as well as additional originality criteria. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the 970 Cooper S. Please contribute your knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible. Create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.

This identification guide has been produced for the MK1 Austin Cooper S 1071cc, built between 1963 and 1964. This car was the first Cooper S, and the first to famously succeed in the Monte Carlo Rally among other motorsport events. These cars are particularly rare and sought after today, and identification of an original vehicle can be difficult. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining the authenticity or originality of a MK1 Austin Mini Cooper S 1071, containing information such as exterior features, interior features, paint colours / codes and important information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers, as well as additional originality criteria. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the 970 Cooper S. Please contribute your knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible. Create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.

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This right-hand drive, five-speed 240Z was delivered new to the UK and first registered here on 1st January 1972, making it one of the earliest to reach these shores. The Datsun was immediately exported to South Africa (papers available) and was acquired there in 1986 by the previous owner, who kept the car for the next 24 years and brought it back to the UK when he emigrated in 2006.

This identification guide has been written for the Series 1.5 E-Type Jaguar, built between 1967 and 1968. The Series 1.5 E-Type has several unique features indicating its originality, as compared to other E-Type series cars. This information can be important, particularly considering the high prices paid for original cars. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers, enthusiasts, or existing vehicle owners in determining a vehicles authenticity, and contains information such as exterior features, interior features, mechanical features, paint colours / codes and information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the various E-Type series cars. Please contribute your knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible. Create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.

This identification guide has been written for the Series 1 E-Type Jaguar, built between 1961 and 1967. The Series 1 E-Type  has several unique features indicating its originality, as compared to later E-Type series cars. This information can be important, particularly considering the high prices paid for original cars. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers, enthusiasts, or existing vehicle owners in determining a vehicles authenticity, and contains information such as exterior features, interior features, mechanical features, paint colours / codes and information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the various E-Type series cars. Please contribute your knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible. Contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.

This identification guide has been written for the MK1 Ford Escort RS1600, produced between 1970 and 1974. Genuine RS Fords of this era are highly collectible due to their exceptionally successful motorsport careers, and demand prices far higher than the standard escorts upon which they were based. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers, enthusiasts, or existing vehicle owners in determining a vehicles authenticity, and contains information such as exterior features, interior features, mechanical features, paint colours / codes and information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the MK1 RS1600. Please contribute your knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible. Create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.