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2007-08-01 21:27:53 | Lofty writes:

45,000 miles. Seller stewienaut( 0 ) 8/1/07

Up for auction is my 1966 Jaguar XKE Roadster 4.2. This is probably the best production year of the most beautiful car ever designed. The car is in immaculate shape. It has always been garaged and never been out in the rain, just spring and summer weekend drives. The engine run great. The chrome, Interior, convertible top, paint, and glass are all in excellent condition. The winner will be very happy as this is a great example of a 66' XKE. I'm looking for an immediate sale, so I reserve the right to end the auction at anytime as it could sell outside ebay. I'm putting it up with No Reserve, so lucky bidders shouldn't waste this opportuinty. I really wish I could keep the car, it's just too beuatiful, but I need the money for other financial obligations. Anyone interested is welcome to call @ (215) 862-2178 at night after 6:30 and (215) 771-7266 during the day. Good Luck

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