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Record Creation: Entered on 6 October 2004.


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2004-10-06 23:15:00  |  Steven D. writes:

Car listed for sale at:


DESCRIPTION: 1971 JAGUAR E-TYPE, inside restored, outside looks very good, runs great, over 18, 000 invested. Priced very low for quick sale $10, 900 OBO.

Received following info from owner:

Month/Year 01/71
Body 4S50545
Engine 7S1742-SA
Geer Box KL313
VIN 1S70474

2004-10-07 16:57:19  |  Steven D. writes:

Just in case it is not clear from the above, this car has a 350ci Chevy V8 and automatic transmission in it now instead of the original Jaguar V-12 engine and manual trans. The ad text above does not state this but after speaking with the seller he confirmed this. Hopefully he will send a picture to me next week of the current state of the engine compartment.

2004-11-06 21:19:34  |  Steven D. writes:

Car is now reduced in price to $9,900.00 according to the new ad.


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