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2017-11-15 18:17:03  |  capt RD writes:

Manufactured in August 1967, this 'Series 1' Coupé was acquired by the current owner in 2013 from a friend, who had owned the car since 1999 but had not used it. Between 2014 and 2016, the E-Type was restored by the vendor's company, a Jaguar authorised coachbuilder and manufacturer of conversions, which called an 82-year-old trimmer out of retirement to re-trim the interior. The rebuild also included upgrading the brakes using Coopercraft callipers and discs, installing a Realm Engineering five-speed manual gearbox for more relaxed touring, and fitting a modern blue tooth audio system (the original 4 speed manual gearbox and Motorola radio come with car). The car also benefits from a battery guard and tracker. The vendor had intended to keep the E-Type forever, but now finds that other projects are demanding his attention, hence the decision to sell.

Finished in Opalescent Silver Blue with grey leather interior, this beautifully restored E-Type is offered with sundry restoration invoices and a V5C Registration Certificate, as well as a tool kit.

For sale at Bonhams Bond Street auction Dec 2 2017


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