|5.3 Jaguar E-Type|
|Open Two Seater|
|Right Hand Drive|
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Record Creation: Entered on 12 May 2007.
Car Number Prefixes and Suffixes:
- 1S indicates the model is an E-Type Series 3.
Photos of 1S1310
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2007-05-12 09:10:18 | pauls writes:
Car to be at auction in '07
Here truly was an iron fist inside a velvet glove. With just 4 previous owners, this well presented Series III V12 E-Type ticks all the rights boxes. A sound car from the wheels up, plenty of history and above all, very good looking. The detailed service records show 48,000 recorded, a figure also backed up by the 21 previous MoT certificates. It will also benefit from a fresh MoT in time for the sale which will also include a full service and new exhaust. Upon closer inspection, the body shows no obvious corrosion with the interior trim in correspondingly good order. Under the bonnet is no different with obvious care taken over its maintenance and presentation. Numerous invoices attest to its condition and maintenance over the years and should provide many miles of trouble-free motoring. Carbon footprint notwithstanding.
Brands Hatch Sports Racing and Grand Prix Cars
Sunday 27th May 2007
1972 Jaguar E-Type Series III Roadster
Registration no: LPE 7K
Chassis no: IS1310
2008-02-26 07:09:48 | Peter Crespin writes:
Just been watching an old episode of The Professionals where this car is shown as the personal car of the curly haired one Doyle (Martin Shaw character) Used for some significant scenes including with the other one Bodie (Lewis Collins) sitting on the luggage box/hood ascShaw drives with a dolly bird 'Kathy Mason' in the passsenger seat. Finally tampered with and crashes/blows up (except the car in flames is an old white Series 1). Of course we know that a 'loose wheel nut' would tend to self-tighten but we'll let them off that one :-)