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 3.8 Jaguar E-Type 
 Open Two Seater 
 Left Hand Drive 
  United States
 1963 Grey
 2016 Tan
 Rest: Nice Black


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Record Creation: Entered on 6 March 2016.


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2016-02-29 13:00:07  |  Harry Stevens writes:

Distributed through Jaguar Cars New York, it was delivered to its first owner in Knoxville, Tennessee on 23 May 1963. It was imported into Germany from the United States by Hauptzollamt Bremerhaven on 29 May 1987. a matching numbers car it has undergone a full nut and bolt restoration, the colour was changed to Ice Grey from the original British Racing Green. It is currently in Italy.

2016-10-29 15:28:53  |  Daniel writes:

For sale £130 000

Seller's description :
The car (Chassis-No 879271) was delivered on 23.05.1963 to Knoxville, Tenn. first and then imported to Germany on 29.05.1987 through Hauptzollamt Bremerhaven.
• All numbers are matching since the car is listed in ASI (Italian Historical Automobiles Register)
• The restoration has been conducted strictly with original parts.
• Pictures are showing how deep was the restoration. The original color was green but I changed to ICE GREY like the model shown at the MOMA in NY.

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