|5.3 Jaguar E-Type|
|Two Plus Two|
|Right Hand Drive|
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Record Creation: Entered on 18 September 2004.
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Registered: ABW 104L
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2004-09-18 14:06:00 | pauls writes:
Car was to be offered at auction 9/11/04
Jaguar E-Type Series III V12 Coupé
This car is unrestored and totally original, even retaining the factory stickers on the door shuts, and is described by the private vendor as in good condition in every respect
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Bonhams, The National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, Hampshire
Lot Number 621
Hammer Price -
Hammer Price (inc premium) -
Condition rating 3
Registration number ABW 104L
Chassis number 1S51702BW
Engine number 7S11066SB
2005-08-31 19:12:10 | pauls writes:
Additional information about this car found on the web.
1973 Jaguar E-Type SIII Coupe
While the SIII roadster, with its longer wheelbase and flared wheel wells, could be considered an attractive design by most admirers, the 2+2 coupe is another matter altogether
* Chassis #: 1S51702BW
* Engine #: 7S11066SB
by Mark Jones
Testing the new E-type Series III back in 1972, Road & Track reckoned the new V12 power unit, "a sheer delight, by itself almost worth the price of admission."
This automatic transmission-equipped E-type V12 coupe was dispatched to supplying dealer Henleys of Bournemouth on March 20, 1973, and registered on April 6 that year to its first owner. It is finished in Greensand with matching olive green interior, unrestored and totally original, even retaining the factory stickers on the door shuts. It is described by the vendor as in good condition in every respect.
Sold with a substantial history file dating to 1983, this car represents an increasingly rare opportunity to acquire an unmolested example of the legendary E-type in its ultimate and most refined form.
2006-06-22 07:44:50 | pauls writes:
Car was profiled by SCM magazine in '05