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Record Creation: Entered on 14 July 2004.

 

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Exterior Photos (4)

Uploaded July 2004:

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Detail Photos: Engine (2)

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2004-07-13 20:47:05  |  pauls writes:

Ebay item 7/13/04
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Current bid $22,500.00 (Reserve met), 15 bids, 5 days left in auction. 60k miles.

Sellers description:
E-type roadster, flat floors and welded louvers with 5-speed transmission update, 1 wire alternator and stainless exhaust. Opalescent silver repaint with burgundy vinyl interior. Original interior color was Red. Top is white vinyl. Purchased from the original owner 5 years ago. Motor currently in the car is a 3.8 from a Mark X. I have the original, numbers matching 3.8 motor and transmission. The original motor had low oil pressure due to worn bearings. All numbers match. I have some of the original tools.

Vehicle Condition
Paint is nice but not show. There is a dent under the bonnet nose from hitting a porcupine. Interior should be redone in leather. The car is meant to be a driver, especially with the transmission update. THERE IS NO RUST! The mileage is not actual.


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