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850134

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Record Creation: Entered on 21 November 2006.

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Registered: 592 LUB

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2006-11-21
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2006-11-21 10:16:11  |  pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 11/06
www.coys.co.uk/auctions/lot.php

Auction description:
True Greats London England
Thursday 30th November 2006
Lot 113
1961 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster
Registration no: 592 LUB
Chassis no: 850134
Estimate: £40,000-45,000

Manufactured in 1961 this Series 1 E Type is in fine condition and is supplied with a rare matching hard top for winter driving. The car is finished in blue with a black interior and topped with a dark blue hood, all of which are in good order.

The car is supplied with a file of bills with a significant amount of work being carried out in 2001, including a complete light overhaul which consisted of new door and bumper rubbers, chrome trim, new ignition coil, restoration of headlights and the repainting of the bonnet with a bill in the region of £6,000. Other work carried out included new interior leather and stainless steel chair frames totaling over £2,000, a new period HMV/Radiomobile radio and under chassis aerial totaling over £500. The car is supplied with a V5 document and is one of the most popular, effective and attractive sports cars ever built.


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