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Record Creation: Entered on 8 August 2010.

 

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    2010-08-08 07:18:51  |  jaglovers.org writes:

    www.classicthrottleshop.com

    1972 Jaguar E Type SIII V12
    Signal Red
    Roadster
    4 Speed Manual
    5.3 litre V12
    23,485 miles (showing)
    VIN-No. 1S13024S1867
    A$ 110,000


    On its release Enzo Ferrari proclaimed it to be “the most beautiful car ever made”, it’s hard to argue and it always appears in the top 50 cars ever and cars people would most like to own.
    The last of the line Jaguar E Types were built with the silky smooth 5.3 V12 engine on a longer chassis.

    Designed with the USA in mind the car featured an improved cabin space with longer doors and power steering as standard.

    This beautiful example is one of the nicest we have come across, its Red paintwork is blemish free and finished to the highest standard, all the interior materials are of the correct type and in beautiful shape, the chrome is excellent with just very light pitting on the wire wheels, under the bonnet and the underside of the car is also finished to near show quality. It has been little used but well maintained in the last 6 years and starts on the button and drives as well as it looks, this really is a car that you could jump into and drive with confidence.

    Original RHD, manual, V12 Roadsters are hard to come by, especially in this exceptional condition, come down and take a look, it will not disappoint even the most discerning buyer.

    More information?
    Please call us on 02.9922 2036 or write an email:

    sales@classicthrottleshop.com


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