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 1971 Dark Blue
 2008 Biscuit
 Awaiting Rest. 
 Original HIGHTSTOWN
  
New JerseyNew Jersey
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United StatesUnited States
 

 

Record Creation: Entered on 13 February 2008.

 

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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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Restoration Photos: Stripdown (1)

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Restoration Photos: Front Suspension (2)

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Restoration Photos: Engine (3)

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Restoration Photos: Transmission (1)

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2008-02-13 02:08:50 | jagman writes:

73,394 MILES, ON EBAY 02/08, SELLER WRITES;
You are bidding on a 1971 Jaguar XKE. It has a V-12, automatic transmission, wire wheels, and A/C. The body is very solid w/ only surface rust. . The odometer reads 73394. Car is very complete but not running. This car has been in dry storage for 18 years and is in need of total restoration. Please email me with questions you have. Happy Bidding.

2008-09-01 10:36:29 | george writes:

Car is currently in NC for "restoration". Engine being installed is a ASA 430HP, 430 Ft.Lb. LS-1 aluminum motor with 5 speed. Apologies to the purists but, hey, yours are worth more now!

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