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1S1501

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   Great Britain
 
 1972 Pale Primrose
 2016 Black
 Awaiting Rest. Black
  Leamington Spa
  Warwickshire
  
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
 

United KingdomFWV12

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Record Creation: Entered on 21 February 2017.

 

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2017-02-13 14:14:34  |  Harry Stevens writes:

Lot 498 at Classic Car Auctions sale of Classic Cars held at the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre near Leamington Spa on 24 September 2016. Sold for £61,050. Catalogue description below. The URL is
www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/jaguar-e-type-roadster

A yellow 'Barn Find' E Type - it doesn't get much better than that. Classic Car Auctions are proud to offer this Jaguar E Type series III V12 roadster, chassis number 1S1501. Its an original UK supplied, right hand drive, manual gearbox car currently reading an unwarranted 43,285 miles. Owned within one family from 1976 (Father, Mother and Son) it has not ben driven for 20 years. Naturally we cannot make any claims for any aspect of the condition of the car so all interested parties should satisfy themselves prior to the auction as to what might need doing to return this dormant E Type to the road. An exciting project.


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