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1S52111

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   Great Britain
 
 1973 Dark Blue
 2017 Red
 Rest: Nice 
  Pulborough
  West Sussex
  
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
 
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2017-11-28 13:59:51  |  Harry Stevens writes:

For sale at Arun Independent and Performance Car Dealers of Pulborough for £69,995. Seller's description below.
www.arunltd.com/jaguar-e-type-series-3-2-2-v12-in-west-sussex-6209670

The Jaguar e Type V12, smooth, easy to drive, iconic and most importantly, steadily rising in price. Add to that one that has been restored and now presents beautifully in dark blue with red leather interior and then (yes there is more!), add the fact that it is the fourth from last off the production line and you have something pretty special. Chassis number 1S52115 being the last.

Originally supplied by Fletchers in Swansea, this Jaguar was supplied to Mr J Cobey on 12 September 1973. He kept the vehicle until 1977 and then sold it to Mr Charles Foreman. The third owner, Mr Stephen Barnes purchased the car in 1993 and commissioned a very high quality rebuild where the car was stripped to a bare metal shell, re-sprayed, rebuilt and then in 1998 put into storage.

Mr Anthony Blacker acquired the car following its lengthy storage in 2002 and completed the rebuild by re-trimming the car to the high standard it is trimmed in today. The fifth and final keeper purchased the car in 2015. In his tenure Mr Burrell has completed all works, left no stone unturned and has spent £11,000 doing so. We now have a superb example complete with Heritage Certificate where all the work has been done.


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