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Record Creation: Entered on 14 February 2024.


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2024-02-15 19:10:40 | XKE Data writes:

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  • Current Color was changed from Old English White to Signal red
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    2024-02-14 14:24:07 | Harry Stevens writes:

    Sold by Manor Classic Cars near York in January 2024. Seller's description below. ...

    Sold by Plough Motors of Gloucestershire in November 1972 this E Type has had only four owners, two since 1980 and the most recent since 2007; very unusual! Highlights of this impressive car include a 5 speed manual gearbox conversion by E Type Fabs, 'Plus Torque Kit' by AJ6 Engineering of Macclesfield, power steering, MWS wire wheels and SU carburettors. Consequently, it has delivered to its most recent owner more than 30,000 miles of happy motoring all over the UK and Europe. Rarely missing a beat, the V12 Series 3 E Type with ample passenger and luggage space makes a lot of sense.

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