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Record Creation: Entered on 29 June 2005.


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Registered: SYC 80F

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2005-06-29 10:55:55 | pauls writes:

Car was offered at auction 6/05

The Jaguar Legend, Coys (2005-06-18 15:00:00)
This Jaguar E Type, a Series 1 2+2 two-door coupe, is claimed by the vendor and confirmed by the Heritage Certificate on file to be to very original specification and, being a right-hand drive automatic transmission model, quite rare too. For although the fixed head bodywork has been repainted recently, the green used is claimed to be the original colour, while the green hide interior is said to be both original and lovely. The 4.2-litre engine bay has been detailed at some time and there are wire wheels.Taxed for virtually a full year, the documents file contains V5 and new MOT, the latest certificate valid until 2006, as well as an impressive batch of fourteen old MOTs, an original buff-type logbook and many former bills dating back to 1984 which detail what has been extensive work carried out. Even more noteworthy, and also unusual for any E Type in an auction, our clients should be aware that SYC 80F is being sold entirely without any reserve.

2005-08-15 10:37:40 | Robert writes:

Sold at Coys Business centre Islington, 26th Apr 2003, estimate £6000-£8000 hammer price incl prem Reg # SYC 80F Cond 3 Year 1967

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