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 5.3 Jaguar E-Type 
 Open Two Seater 
 Right Hand Drive 
  Whitegate Farm, Hatton
United KingdomUnited Kingdom


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2004-08-21 10:17:28  |  pauls writes:

Car sold at auction 4/21/96. Auction info at:

Sale description:
Status SOLD
Estimate £23000 - 27000
Hammer Price £21250.00
Mileage 908
Colour RED
Trim Colour BISCUIT
Chassis No 7514891LB
Engine No UE152556
Registration CCA 72M
CC 5300
M.O.T APRIL 1997
This car is in superb condition having had the benefit of a total restoration which has seen the car have everything either renewed or replaced where necessary.
A dry state import it is the more useable automatic version and has been converted from left to right hand drive but has the benefit of chrome wire wheels. It is in superb order throughout and drives superbly and when inspected it started and ran well with good oil pressure. The quality of the restoration is superb and really needs to be seen to be believed and since it has been finished it has been used very rarely and only in the dry weather.
These cars are now some of the best loved and best value classics available in today's market, certainly when one considers the prices they were fetching in the late 1980's, and they are still 'the cars' that everyone turns to look at as they blast past. This car has the benefit of an M.O.T. test until April of next year and it has only covered 908 miles since the restoration.
These cars will appreciate significantly now as the market improves generally and this example would be a very good buy at any price but certainly at the estimated figure.

2009-11-17 20:57:36  |  pauls writes:

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SOLD for £21250

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