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 1966 Opalescent Maroon
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2017-12-28 11:35:55 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 1/18

Auction description:
ESTIMATE £85,000- £95,000
Auction Autosport 2018
Lot Number 116
Reg. Number EU Taxes Paid
Chassis Number IE13084
Year 1966
Make Jaguar
Model E-Type Series 1 Roadster

The example on offer here has been the subject of a meticulous restoration by its previous custodian, part of a private collection in Canada where all the stages of restoration have been photographed and logged in the comprehensive history file. Its reported that an overhaul of the engine, gearbox and suspension was also carried out during this time. Presented in the charming colour combination of opalescent maroon with a beige hood and maroon interior, the car comes complete with a rare factory hardtop. Since its restoration the e-type has seen regular but light use and therefore still presents extremely well. This 1966 Jaguar E-type Series 1 Convertible is one of the last of the very sought after Series 1's, and is said to be in excellent condition; it drives smoothly and the exhaust sounds like no other on the road.

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