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 3.8 Jaguar E-Type 
 Open Two Seater 
 Left Hand Drive 
 17 July 1964 United States
 1964 Cream
 2016 Black
 Rest: Nice 
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
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2016-04-30 13:01:07  |  Capt RD writes:

For sale at Coys May 14 2016


2016-05-05 14:14:36  |  pauls writes:

Description from above auction:
ESTIMATE €90,000-€100,000
Auction 2016 Legende et Passion
Lot Details
Lot Number 151
Reg. Number EU Registered
Chassis Number 881815
Year 1964
Make Jaguar
Model E-Type
The car was originally despatched from Browns Lane on the 17th July 1964, destined for a Mr. W.E. Iverson in Rosemead California.

Later this stunning E-type found its way to Finland, since enjoying a huge "nut and bolt" restoration during 2013 and 2014.

Presented in its original shade of Ivory with a green leather interior, this lovely E-Type offers the next owner buyer a fantastic opportunity to purchase one of the best of British motoring history. Given the recent soar in prices of early Series 1 E-Types, we would expect this to also be a solid investment whilst providing elegant, and joyous open-topped motoring. This early 3.8 Roadster is offered with a UK MoT certificate and UK V5 document.

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