|5.3 Jaguar E-Type||Light Blue|
|Two Plus Two||Dark Blue|
|Left Hand Drive|
|British Leyland New York|
|14 December 1970|
|1 August 1970||United States|
|1971||British Racing Green|
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Record Creation: Entered on 2 November 2015.
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Owner: Thomas Blank
Owning, collecting, driving vintage cars for pleasure. Searching for background / history of 1S70004BW for it\\\'s duration in the USA.(email)
Updated November 9th, 2017. Not legal proof of ownership.
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2015-10-31 18:18:06 | pauls writes:
Car offered at:
Jaguar E-type S3 V12 2+2 - 1970
Color: British Racing Green
Gearbox: Automatic gearbox
Mileage: 72848 km
Chassis no.: 1S70004BW
Price: € 59.950,-
Beautiful Jaguar E-type V12 S3 performed in the gorgeous color British Racing Green, combined with a black leather interior. Equipped with the powerful V12 engine mated to an automatic gearbox.
This car was delivered new in New York USA and for the 4th E-type S3 V12 ever built. In 1991, the E-type imported from America to the Netherlands and registered on Dutch license plates.
The Coupe is in good condition and a fantastic car to drive.
2016-04-16 06:09:33 | Thomas Blank writes:
Bought it in The Netherlands in March 2016 and registered it in Germany April 2016
2017-08-13 07:26:19 | Thomas Blank writes:
Still enjoying the smooth ride in this car. Many repairs and upgrades done since purchased in March 2016 such as carburetors, ignition, differential, driveshaft electrical wiring, alturnator etc. Finally fitted a km/h speedometer, equiped car with Tripmaster, lot's of smaller cosmetics and using it on a regular basis (covered 4.500 km since purchased and participated in 6 vintage car rallyes). The only matter that bothers me, should I respray the car back into the original light blue metallic, time (and money) will tell.
2018-09-28 02:41:07 | Thomas Blank writes:
Car is currently being restored back to factory delivery conditions in original light blue and dark blue leather, back on the road in summer 2019