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Record Creation: Entered on 25 September 2008.


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2012-01-22 22:54:21 | XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Registration numbers (raw data): was added: GM124|JAG72E|
  • Registration number location (raw data): was added: Australia|Australia|
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    2008-09-25 11:34:38 | pauls writes:

    Car offered at:

    Sellers description:
    Vehicle 1971 JAGUAR E TYPE II
    Price $109,000 *
    Kilometres 56,714
    Body 2 door 2 seat ROADSTER
    Colour Sebring Red
    Transmission 4 speed Manual
    Drive type Rear
    Engine 6 cylinder Petrol Carburettor 4.2L (4235cc)
    Reg Plate XK666
    VIN 1S50237
    Stock # 484
    Comments Impeccably Restored throughout. Finished in Sebring Red with Black Leather Interior.
    The Series III Variant with V12 Engine stands alone in driving pleasure. With Manual Transmission this Combination is the ultimate in Classic car ownership.

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