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 4.2 Jaguar E-Type Dark Blue
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  Great Britain
 1967 Dark Blue
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 Awaiting Rest. 
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Record Creation: Entered on 5 July 2005.


Heritage Notes

Registered: KRU 626F

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2005-07-04 14:32:29 | Lofty writes:

Q writes: Seen on ebay £2050 with 5 days to go.
Description reads: Jaguar E Type +2 S1 4.2 litre Automatic

First registered in September 1967 as KRU 626F this blue car was one of the last S1s. Chassis number 1E50974BW, it has a long full length sunroof and the mileometer indicates a mere 12000 miles, which is entirely credible looking at the pedal rubbers and leather interior.
I bought this 4 years ago as a restoration project, it was fairly rotten and so I entrusted it to a local motor engineer. I told him I wanted a physically strong all metal car. With this in mind he replaced rotten panels with new steel replacements. However due to his personal problems the work ran out of steam and finally came to a halt. As a result of these delays I have now become disenchanted with the project and would like to see this car find a home where it will be restored to it's former glory. If you are interested I suggest you come and have a look at the car to see what has been done and what still needs doing

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