Support from the Coventry Foundation: October 2023

Welcome! We're tracking 23,717 Jaguar E-Type cars, with 433,513 photos! (Learn More) > cars > detail


Browse similar cars:

< UD1S74014BW UD1S74018BW >
 5.3 Jaguar E-Type Silver
 Two Plus Two Black
 Left Hand Drive 
   British Leyland, New York
 1S74017 21 December 1972
 6 November 1972 United States
 1972 British Racing Green
 2021 Cream
 Rest: Nice 
 Original Guildford
 Manual Conversion 
United KingdomUnited Kingdom

United KingdomJSL722L

Jaguar E-Type photo

10 more photos below

Record Creation: Entered on 18 July 2021.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Owner: Mike


Updated December 4th, 2008. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1S74017

Click slide for larger image. This car has 11 photos. (Dates are when image was uploaded.)

Exterior Photos (6)

Uploaded August 2021:

Photo--click to zoom
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded July 2021:

Photo--click to zoom
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded December 2008:

Photo--click to zoom
Photo--click to zoom

Interior Photos (3)

Uploaded August 2021:

Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded December 2008:

Photo--click to zoom
Photo--click to zoom

Details Photos: Exterior (1)

Uploaded December 2008:

Photo--click to zoom

Detail Photos: Interior (1)

Uploaded August 2021:

Photo--click to zoom


We now require an email address to leave a comment. Your IP will be recorded in an effort to reduce spam. (Report problem posts here.)

2006-09-22 15:35:35 | Anonymous writes:

No reimported and converted to RHD.

2021-07-18 14:07:58 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 7/21

Auction description:

Lot 89

1972 Jaguar E-Type Series III V12 Coupé

Registration no. JSL 722L Chassis no. UD1574017BW

Sold for £ 30,000 (US$ 41,508)

Bonhams MPH July Auction

17 Jul 2021, 13:00 BST

Bicester, Bicester Heritage

Odometer reading: 12,700

MOT: 28/05/2022

*V12 E-Type

*Rebuilt engine

*Well-maintained with extensive history

This 1972 Jaguar E-Type is a beautiful Series III example that was originally a US left-hand drive car finished in silver with black leather. However upon its arrival in the UK in 1996, the car was finished in British Racing Green with magnolia leather interior, so it is believed to have been fully restored, re-painted and re-appointed at some point whilst in the US. There is an extensive history file with detailed documentation of its ownership and service records since its arrival in the UK. It is recorded to have had four owners since 1996, and has changed hands in 1998, 2000 and 2006. The car was purchased by the vendor in 2006, and he has kept it in an excellent condition. During his ownership the car has had a full engine rebuild and has been serviced meticulously. The rear end and subframe have also been removed and powder coated, and new brake discs, shock absorbers and springs have also fitted. The car is overall in a very good condition and its V12 engine is said to be running well.

2021-08-07 07:57:19 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 8/21 ...

Sold for £ 30,000 (US$ 41,750) at above auction.

Auction description:

Estimate: £34,000 - 38,000

V5 Present

Chassis number: UD1S74017BW

In 1998, it was stripped down and bodily restored, along with an engine rebuild, at which point the speedometer was zeroed. By its MoT of September 2001, it was recorded as having covered just 137 miles. 

In the paperwork file is the V5 and copies of previous V5s, a Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate ‑ showing the car began life as a silver Series III automatic with black interior ‑ and bills from the late 1990s onwards. These show the fitment of polyurethane front bushing during 2006, and another complete engine rebuild with new parts plus gearbox work in 2008 at a cost of close to £10,000 (at 6110 miles). There are also assorted pictures and MoTs dating back to 2001, along with sundry paperwork and a spare set of keys.

Most useful to any new owner is a printed email from a previous owner detailing all the work done on the Jaguar from 1996 through to 2015, when the recorded mileage was 9940. The odometer currently reads 13,058.

You may leave a comment. (Comments are subject to our site terms.)

Spam prevention question (must be answered):
The father of jokes about warm beer and smoke escaping from wires is Joseph Lucas. Lucas died of typhoid after drinking infected water in Naples in 1902.

What disease did Lucas succumb to?

Your name (optional):

Your email:
Your comment: