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Record Creation: Entered on 7 October 2004.

 

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2004-10-07 18:15:17  |  Lofty writes:

Q Writes, as seen on ebay no reserve just reached 9600 GBP.

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Item Specifics - Cars & Other Vehicles
Manufacturer: Jaguar Condition: Used
Model: E TYPE Number of Previous Owners: --
Type: Coupe Warranty Information (Months Remaining): --
Number of Doors: 2 Engine Size: --
Mileage: -- Independent Vehicle Inspection: --
Model Year: 1967 MOT Expiration Date: --
Year of Registration: 1967 Road Tax: 2 Months Remaining
Exterior Colour: Blue V5 Registration Document: Present
Metallic Paint: Yes Previously Registered Overseas: --
Transmission: Manual Right-hand drive/Left-hand drive: Right-hand drive
Options: -- Safety Features: --
Fuel: Petrol










YOU ARE BIDDING ON A JAGUAR E TYPE 4.2 2+2, 1968, MANUAL, IN JAGUAR OPALESCENT SILVER BLUE METALLIC, WITH CONTRASTING DARK BLUE HYDE, MATCHING ENGINE AND CHASSIS NUMBERS, ORIGINAL GREEN LOG BOOK, ALL M.O.Ts FROM DAY ONE, WIRE WHEELS, STAINLESS STEEL EXHAUST, WHITE WALL TYRES, OVERALL CONDITION EXCELLENT, PRESENT OWNER FOR LAST 23 YEARS. OWNER SELLING DUE TO ILL HEALTH, (HE HAS NO COMPUTER SO ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE RING JOHN ON THERE IS NO RESERVE ON THIS VEHICLE SO GOOD LUCK



CAR IS A 1967 NOT A 1968


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