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 5.3 Jaguar E-Type 
 Two Plus Two 
 Right Hand Drive 
 1972 Bright Red
 2003 Black
 Nice Driver 
United KingdomUnited Kingdom


Record Creation: Entered on 12 May 2003.


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2006-12-11 05:55:12 | XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Notes From Heritage Record was added: Registered: YNC 45L
  • Heritage Notes

    Registered: YNC 45L


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    2004-08-27 11:07:22 | pauls writes:

    Car was sold at auction in '01, info at:

    Auction description:
    Status SOLD
    Estimate £9500 - 10500
    Hammer Price £10000.00
    Mileage 62000
    Colour RED
    Trim Colour BLACK
    Chassis No 1S51466
    Engine No 7S7991SB
    Registration YNC 45L
    CC 5343
    M.O.T JULY 2002
    We are always extremely pleased to offer examples of the highly desirable 'E' Type as it is without question one of the definitive classics of all time.
    This particular V12 2+2 coupe dates from 1972 and has only had four owners from new with the third one keeping it for over twelve years and the last one for over five years. It is described as being in very good condition throughout and the 62000 miles shown on the odometer is warranted from new and apparently only 4,000 miles have been covered in the last eighteen years.
    It has the more desirable four speed manual transmission and in the history file there are previous MOT certificates covering the last eighteen years and there is also a current one and a current road fund licence which enables the new lucky owner to drive this car away from today's sale. An excellent example with a full history.

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