|3.8 Jaguar E-Type||Black|
|Fixed Head Coupe||Beige|
|Left Hand Drive|
|Jaguar Cars, New York|
|4 January 1962|
|11 December 1961||United States|
|Work In Progress|
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Record Creation: Entered on 18 July 2012.
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Details Photos: Exterior (8)
Detail Photos: Interior (6)
Detail Photos: Engine (5)
Restoration Photos: Metalwork (1)
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2012-07-18 07:56:03 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 7/18/12
Current bid $25,000, no reserve, 11 bids 3 days left in auction.
I am selling this car for an old friend of mine. His father was the first and the only owner.
It has the original 29431 miles. Last time the car was driven was in 1999 here in Florida. Then it went back to Michigan where it spent 4 years in a garage.
Then the father passed away and the property was sold. And then the car set outside in the elements for 6 years (snow and rain).
3 years ago it came back to Florida, with intentions to have it fully restored but the age and circumstances will not allow it.
It is 99.9% original and complete.
The Title is the original one, it is clear and ready to be transferred.
The car, obviously, needs a total restoration.
Original BLACK exterior (never repainted).
Original Tan LEATHER interior with original bucket seats.
Original aluminium-trimmed center instrument panel and console.
Original triple SU-carburetted 3.8 six-cylinder engine.
Moss 4-speed MANUAL transmission.
Original glass (Triplex).
1 previous owner.
29431 original miles.
In need of total restoration.
Original BLACK car with 4-speed...
Attractive, RARE and absolutely gorgeous color-combination.
This car is 50 years old.
It is being sold on as-is basis.
The Title of this car is clear and ready to be transferred.
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2016-10-11 20:28:52 | Gavin King writes:
Under restoration. Gavin King