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2R28021

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2003-07-15 00:23:28  |  Steven D. writes:

Car currently listed for sale at:

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YEAR: 1971
MILEAGE: 68454
MAKE: JAGUAR
EXTERIOR COLOR: White / Magenta
MODEL: E TYPE
INTERIOR COLOR: Red Connelly Leather
PRICE: $21,995.00
ENGINE: 4.2 6 CYLINDER
LOCATION: Santa Monica, CA
TRANSMISSION: 4 Speed

DESCRIPTION
1971 JAGUAR E TYPE, 1971 JAGUAR E TYPE 4.2 FHC $21,995.00 This is another one of those cars that is so hard to duplicate being a one owner California car from new with only 68,454 original miles. 1971 is the last year for the 6 cylinder E Type and arguably is the best one made. If you want an E Type as a driver the 71 has the best of all worlds as far as cooling system, gearbox and seat comfort. Powered by the 4.2 litre double over-head camshaft 6 cylinder with a 4-speed gearbox. Performance is brisk and with 4-wheel disc brakes and the fully independent suspension created great handling to go with it. A very original example with a very solid and straight body. The interior is original with the exception of the Alpine AM/FM CD player. It has been repainted a little brighter White than the original Old English White it came in and looks good for it. Mechanically the car is again original and in very good condition. Equipment includes factory air conditioning. Finished in White with Red Connelly leather interior.


2003-11-17 16:28:21  |  Steven D. writes:

This is one of the rare late Series II cars with the chrome trim around the front bonnet opening and the leaping cat badges on the sides of the bonnet.


2004-03-03 12:55:20  |  heezen writes:

Who knows the history of this car? It is said to be a first owner's cars with low mileage. Who can tell me more about this car?


2004-03-03 13:04:05  |  heezen writes:

Who knows the history of this car? It is said to be a first owner's cars with low mileage. Who can tell me more about this car?

Please, send me an e-mail.


2004-03-03 13:05:38  |  heezen writes:

Who knows the history of this car? It is said to be a first owner's car with low mileage. Who can tell me more about this car?

Please, send me an e-mail. a.heezen@planet.nl


2004-04-17 08:07:24  |  pauls writes:

Ad in Hemmings 4/17/04
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1971 JAGUAR E TYPE 4.2 FHC $21,995.00 This is another one of those cars that is so hard to duplicate being a one owner California car from new with only 68,454 original miles. Sold new March 27 1971 by the Jaguar dealer at the time in Encino, California.


2016-11-24 09:22:53  |  Craig Lichtenstein writes:

2nd owner. Car original white and red interior. Now fully restored in BRG with biscuit interior. Still driving it almost every weekend. You can also see it at many shows in the California area.


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