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1R25517

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Record Creation: Entered on 19 August 2009.

 

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Registration No: ANM321H

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2009-08-19 08:20:09  |  pauls writes:

Car was at auction 7/09
www.classicauctions.co.uk/lotdetail.php

Auction description:
Lot : 49
1969 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Coupe
SOLD for £16500
Registration No: ANM321H
Chassis No: 1R25517
Engine No: 7R32069
Colour: Red
Trim Colour: Beige
MOT: June 2010

According to information kindly supplied by the vendor, this particular example was despatched new to British Leyland's New York dealership. Repatriated by The Carriage Company of London on 15th January 1993, the two-seater was subsequently converted to right-hand drive and upgraded with triple SU carburettors (in place of its Federal specification twin Strombergs). Reportedly able to boast "matching engine, chassis, gearbox and body numbers" as verified by an accompanying Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate, the E-type is further understood to possess "excellent bodywork with tight fitting bonnet, rear hatch and doors". Boasting a "stainless steel exhaust system, electronic ignition and recent tuning by a marque specialist", the engine apparently shows "excellent oil pressure and no overheating". Similarly well behaved, the four-speed manual gearbox is said to be "smooth in all ratios"; an impression doubtless helped by the clutch's "new master cylinder". Trimmed in beige leather upholstery with a matching headlining and carpets, the interior is deemed to be in "extremely good order with slight wear but no cuts or rips", while all the instruments are stated to work except the clock. Sporting excellent chromework and two new tyres (the latter fitted as part of a recent service) 'ANM 321H' is summed-up by the seller as "an extremely nice E-type that hasn't been messed around with and which is ready to be enjoyed by a new owner".


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