[E-Type] JDHT

Hey all,
Does anyone know to whom payment is made for a JDHT
certificate? I have my info and money order ready to go but
don’t know if it should be payable to Jaguar USA (the address)
or JDHT.
Next question;
The car will be finished (prob.) by the end of the week.
New trans/clutch and engine rebuild, +++,
I’d like opinions on the best way to break in the “new” engine.
How about how to break in the driver?
regards to all,
Charles Daly, Toronto, Canada
'62 E-Type, ots
http://www.passport.ca/~cdaly

“If it wasn’t for coffee, I’d have no discernable personality at all.”
David Letterman

Charles:
I made my check out to JAGUAR CARS INC.
Jim
67 OTS

Eric, you mentioned a JDHT. I’d be very interested in acquiring this
for my S2. Could you supply more info. Thanks.

Eric, you mentioned a JDHT. I’d be very interested in acquiring
this
for my S2. Could you supply more info. Thanks.

Here is all you need (collected from The List):

http://www.xke-lovers.com/jdhtinfo.htm
The Jaguar official form for US and Canada (sent to us from Karen
Miller of
Jaguar Archives in New Jersey) is located on our site in adobe .pdf
format
for those interested. The url is
http://www.vintagejag.com/cars/vinresearch2.pdf
(you will need a copy of the free adobe acrobat reader to view and
print the
document/ available from http://www.adobe.com )

JDHT Certificate Information

U.S. (Canada ?) owners:-----------------------
The cost is $40 USD or $25 USD if you are a JCNA member.

Jaguar Cars - Archives
555 MacArthur Blvd.
Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-2327
USA
Phone (201) 818-8500
Fax (201) 818-9770

Other countries:

(20 UK pounds, preferably paid
through your Credit Card No.):

THE JAGUAR & DAIMLER HERITAGE TRUST
attn. Julie Simpson
Jaguar Cars Ltd.
Browns Lane, Allesley
Coventry CV5 9DR
UNITED KINGDOM

Phone (U.K.) 1203 - 402 121
Fax (U.K.) 1203 - 405 581

Make sure that you forward as much detailed information about your
E-Type as possible
(, etc.
=> all that YOU know at the moment).
Upon my specific request, I got the answer “Your car has no additional
extras recorded on its build sheet”. I just wanted to know if there
were any “extras” which might have got lost over the last 32 years …

Required information is proof of ownership, IE. copy of title or
registration, and the Car / Body / Engine / Gear Box Nos.,
exterior/interior colour.
For our European friends, the same information is available directly
from the JDHT in Coventry,
England.

Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust
Browns Lane
Allesley Coventry CV5 9RD
England

tel.int. +44-1203-402121
fax.int. +44-1203-405581

Attn: Ann L Harris (Mrs), Archivist

25 pounds for this service, reduced to 20 pounds for JEC, JDC, DLOC,
and
Swallow Registry members.

Submit your request through your club for the discount price. Also
note
that due to European laws regarding privacy, the name of previous
owners
is not available.

I finally got my Heritage Trust Certificate in the mail last night.
I had sent the original info off in November so I guess they’re
running a little behind. It’s a beautiful piece of heavy paper
about 10 in by 12 in suitable for framing. Basically it just shows
the id numbers, original colors and build date (4 May 1970 for mine),
along with the main distributor and first owner if known.
Will make a nice addition for my office. For those who haven’t seen
one,
there is a picture of one for an XK-120 at
http://www.conterra.com/drron/xk-lovers/cert.html

The cost is $40 USD or $25 USD if you are a JCNA member.
The address for requesting one is:

Jaguar Cars - Archives
555 MacArthur Blvd.
Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-2327
Phone - (201) 818-8500
Fax - (201) 818-9770.


George Cohn
'70 OTS
http://www.xke-lovers.com

Hope this helps,

Stephan Perthes
'66 E-Type 2+2 S.I 4,2
http://www.perthes.de/e-site/
THE E-SITE. Have fun :wink:

Can someone tell me the cost in US funds and the address for obtaining a
certificate?
Thanks,
Mike Winney

Hi Gang,

Double nice Jaguar day today. The weather has been very good here in
Ohio and I’ve been able to do quite a bit of Fall driving. When I came
back this afternoon the mailman had delivered my JDHT Certificate. For
those of you that have been thinking of sending in for one, I highly
recommend doing so. Looks like I’ll have to drive the Jag down to
picture framing shop tonight :wink:

Regards,

Mike Meyer
'73 2+2

so any details to share?— Mike Meyer mhm2@cris.com wrote:

Hi Gang,

Double nice Jaguar day today. The weather has been
very good here in
Ohio and I’ve been able to do quite a bit of Fall
driving. When I came
back this afternoon the mailman had delivered my
JDHT Certificate. For
those of you that have been thinking of sending in
for one, I highly
recommend doing so. Looks like I’ll have to drive
the Jag down to
picture framing shop tonight :wink:

Regards,

Mike Meyer
'73 2+2

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Hi Mike,

My car was “born” January 3,1973. It left the factory January 17,1973
and was shipped to British Leyland in New York. There is no record of
the first owner. My car is OEW with dark blue interior and this was
confirmed on the certificate as the way the car was built. All in all, a
pretty neat document.

Mike Meyer
'73 2+2> Date: Sat, 6 Nov 1999 14:26:01 -0800 (PST)

From: michael spiers michaelspiers@yahoo.com
Subject: Re: [E-Type] JDHT

so any details to share?

RE: JDHTs
I got a certificate from Coventry about 15 years ago. I don’t remember
what
information I provided to them but didn’t have a problem getting it.
What I am
wondering is what use is the certificate if you have to provide all of
the info
that is in it? If you can provide it and actually get corrupt data from
them? I assumed, perhaps incorrectly, that these certificates were
factory records to verify that what you have is correct as the car left
the factory. With all of the issues I
have seen on the list I’m beginning to feel that the JDHT has very
little value, if any.

pauls 67ots

<<<

Sent for mine (earlier this year)…received a request
to verify the motor number. I did and was told about
10 days later that they were waiting on more certificates.
Got mine about 3 weeks after that. Everything is
correct, and they added the original owner which they
didn’t have , but I had the original bill of sale from the
dealer and supplied them with a copy. NO PROBLEMS!

Wade Pollard
70 FHC
72 2+2
<<<From: V12CLAWS@aol.com
Subject: Re: [E-Type] RE: Jag Heritage Certificate-US

I think the idea is to make you prove you own the
vehicle and are not trying to construct a matching
numbers car from parts.

In my case, I have a signal red 70 FHC that by all
literature shouldn’t be signal red. I’ll bet a paycheck
it was cause it’s unrestored and there’s red in places
that only a total restoration would get to. One day
I’ll order her papers and find out for sure.

Wade Pollard
70 FHC
72 2+2 (with papers)

I also got my records of the car in 1989 or 1990 and had to provide proof of
ownership to Jaguar Cars in the form of a copy of a title certificate and
have found everything to be exactly as recorded when delivered and also
where delivered and date of manufacture etc. I have verified all the numbers
during the ground up restoration.
John Gleadle----- Original Message -----
From: “paul spurlock” paulsp@snet.net
To: “jaguar” e-type@jag-lovers.org
Sent: Friday, November 17, 2000 4:04 PM
Subject: [E-Type] JDHT

RE: JDHTs
I got a certificate from Coventry about 15 years ago. I don’t remember
what
information I provided to them but didn’t have a problem getting it.
What I am
wondering is what use is the certificate if you have to provide all of
the info
that is in it? If you can provide it and actually get corrupt data from
them? I assumed, perhaps incorrectly, that these certificates were
factory records to verify that what you have is correct as the car left
the factory. With all of the issues I
have seen on the list I’m beginning to feel that the JDHT has very
little value, if any.

pauls 67ots

<<<
From: V12CLAWS@aol.com
Subject: Re: [E-Type] RE: Jag Heritage Certificate-US

Sent for mine (earlier this year)…received a request
to verify the motor number. I did and was told about
10 days later that they were waiting on more certificates.
Got mine about 3 weeks after that. Everything is
correct, and they added the original owner which they
didn’t have , but I had the original bill of sale from the
dealer and supplied them with a copy. NO PROBLEMS!

Wade Pollard
70 FHC
72 2+2
<<<

Lister folk,
Since there has been several threads about obtaining the JDHT I thought
I’d add my experience to the list. I received mine yesterday it took
about 4 - 5 weeks. I know some of you have had problems but perhaps my
eperience will inspire some hope for you. I didn’t have to make any
corrections, however I did ask a questions about it and got a hand
written note back from Karen with an explaination and comment. Thank
you Karen.

Next subject, for those of you that know I’m a rogue on the S1 open h/l
issue, as all the books say this ocurred on the S1.5 in late '67.
1E14606 was built on 1/19/67, it had open h/l when delivered.
pauls 67ots

Thanks to many of you and to the new books[Porter and Haddock] my love
gave
me I have found the elusive body number on my S11!!! It was on the rear
of
the body, under the chrome plate that fits between the bumper guards,
about
8" to the right of center. I removed the license plate, the holder, the
chrome plate-and there it was. Maybe this will save someone some work. I
have now completed my certificate form and Karen tells me she will get
the
process moving. Hopefully the numbers will all match!

Ken
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<From: Ken/Judy Thompson kthompson@totalaccess.net
Subject: [E-Type] Numbers and Books

Does Karen have an E mail address?
Ron R

Jerry Mouton wrote:> Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust:

http://www.jcna.com/library/heritage.html

Thanks Jerry, but I have that part.
I requested the certificate months ago and wanted to follow up by E mail.
Ron R

Ron Rader wrote:> Does Karen have an E mail address?

Ron R

Jerry Mouton wrote:

Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust:

http://www.jcna.com/library/heritage.html

Listers:
I received my “suitable for framing”
JDHT today.
VIN: 1E33710
Engine: 7E10728-9
Body: 4E25194
Gearbox: EJ10452
color: silver blue (now black)
interior: dark blue (now biscuit)
built 1 Nov. 1966
shipped 15 NOV. 1966
Ron Rader
1967 FHC, LHD

In a message dated 12/10/02 11:16:00 PM Pacific Standard Time,
rader@interworld.net writes:

<< Listers:
I received my “suitable for framing” >>

Was it?

Mike Moore

yeah but not all THAT pretty.
Ron

MMoore8425@aol.com wrote:> Listers: I received my “suitable for framing” >>

Was it?

Mike Moore

In reply to a message from Ron Rader sent Wed 11 Dec 2002:

Mine was nice after framing with a wide velveteen BRG double
matting with Burgundy and a dark wooden frame. Check it out here:
http://members.aol.com/jaguare71//JDHT-Cert.jpg--
Ginger, 1971 Series III E-type
Central Florida, United States
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Ok, Ginger, yours is certainly prettier than mine.
off I go to the frame show (picture not chassis)
Ron

Ginger wrote:> In reply to a message from Ron Rader sent Wed 11 Dec 2002:

Mine was nice after framing with a wide velveteen BRG double
matting with Burgundy and a dark wooden frame. Check it out here:
http://members.aol.com/jaguare71//JDHT-Cert.jpg

Ginger, 1971 Series III E-type
Central Florida, United States
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In reply to a message from Ron Rader sent Wed 11 Dec 2002:

I laminated mine–
David Kerr
Pershore, United Kingdom
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