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 1967 Dark Blue
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Record Creation: Entered on 12 October 2004.

 

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2004-10-12 18:31:54  |  Steven D. writes:

Car currently listed for sale at:

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Jaguar : XKE VERY CLEAN
1967 JAGUAR XKE 2-SEAT COUPE! LOW RESERVE LOW MILES!

Miles: 64073 Doors: 2 doors
Transmission: Manual Interior: Brown
Engine: 6 - Cyl. Year: 1967
Warranty: No VIN Number: 1E33892
Title: Clear Exterior: Blue
Condition: Used Inspection: --


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FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION, WE PRESENT A 1967 JAGUAR XKE 4.2 FIXED-HEAD COUPE SERIES 1 1/2 in gleaming BLUE with BISCUIT LEATHER interior.


This most beautiful and coveted "covered headlight" E-Type comes equipped with correct leather interior, four speed manual transmission, chrome wire wheels with real "eared" knockoffs, Michelin "Redlines", and the undeniable sexiness and panache these cars are famous for!

The paint, while not quite "Show", is very clean and the interior is spotless. Physically, we'd rate this gorgeous Cat a strong 8.5. You'll not embarrass yourself at a Car Show. Mechanically 100% according to our Service Department, its prior owner was the proprietor of a world-famous English Car Instrument Restoration company. He lavished much time and $$$ making this a trouble-free -- and fun -- ride.


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