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Record Creation: Entered on 13 September 2005.

 

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2015-09-08 06:45:04  |  XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Body Number was added: R4470
  • Engine Number was added: R-7121-9
  • Gearbox Number was added: EB6186JS
  • Replacement Engine was added: original
  • Current Interior was changed from red to maroon
  • Current City was changed from (Advertised thru dealer in) Fontainebleau to (Advertised thru dealer in) Fontaineblea
  • Last Seen was changed from 2005 to 2015

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    Photos of 877922

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    Exterior Photos (2)

    Uploaded September 2005:

    2005-09-23
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    2005-09-23
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    Interior Photos (1)

    Uploaded September 2005:

    2005-09-23
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    Detail Photos: Engine (1)

    Uploaded September 2005:

    2005-09-23
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    2005-09-13 10:33:00  |  Brian writes:

    Advertised on Classic Driver webzine on September 13, 2005

    Dealer:
    Jaguar a OSENAT Fontainebleau Les 24 & 25

    Asking price GBP 41,400

    Advertised as being "Finest in France"

    Numerous photos of car on website


    2005-09-23 09:25:09  |  pauls writes:

    URL for above:
    www.classicdriver.fr/uk/find/4000.asp

    Sellers description:
    4 speed, leather, restored, report of value, Matching Numbers , 218
    1963 JAGUAR Type E Cabriolet 3,8 Litres S1
    Châssis n° 877922
    New Total Restoration Drop-dead good looks, Electrifying performance, unbelievable value for money made the Jaguar E-Type the sensation of the 1961 Geneva Motor Show. The car was just about the fastest road going machine that money could buy and Sir William Lyon’s instinct for line, decoration and proportion ensured it was an immediate success. The E-Type had a central monocoque with tubular front frame and the addition of independent rear suspension. With disc brakes all round, the new road going Jaguar had braking power in keeping with the performance. Put succinctly this example is currently acknowledged as the finest Series 1 E-Type in France. The car will come to be so
    successful at concours. This car is perfect! The E-Type offered here is outstanding example of the legendary British marque. The E-Type is also one of the few cars that have reached the status of owning spots in both the Smithsonian Institution and New York’s Museum of Modern Art. The E-Type is an exceptional car awaiting a new home and should not be missed.
    € 60 000 / 80 000


    2007-08-09 16:21:57  |  etienne writes:

    Bonjour,
    Je posséde une type_e serie 1 2+2 N°1E75873BW (visible sur ce site). J'habite sur Annemasse et je suis en train de contacter tous les possesseur de type -E pour faire un grand rassemblement de jaguariste en Haute-Savoie. Seriez vous interésser pour participer à ce moment intense !!!!
    La date et le lieu ne sont pas encore fixés mais les beaux endroits dans la région ne manquent pas !!!
    Merci de votre réponse.
    Cordialement
    Etienne


    2013-07-24 06:16:37  |  bruno writes:

    Some more photos at : www.jaguar.e-monsite.com/


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