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Record Creation: Entered on 23 November 2004.

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2004-11-23
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2004-11-23 09:13:21  |  pauls writes:

Car was sold at auction in '04
www.auction.fr/uk/accueil/cindex.php

Auction description:
Lot n° 40
JAGUAR - Type E 3.8l Series I
« racing » - 1963
887702
Displacement: 3781 cm3 Compression: 9 to 1
Power maximum evaluated: about 320 cv to 5500 tr/mn Transmission: mechanical four speed. Left hand drive.
Black leather and carpeting bordeaux. Modified between 1982 and 1983. The cover and the car doors are in glass fiber, the lateral panes and the rear glasses are in perpex and lateral. 3 Weber carburettors.
This type E was confirmed by the FIA in 1983. She will be delivered with all documentation .

35 - 45 000 €


2004-11-25 17:07:45  |  cstorey writes:

This is a nearly worthless car. the estimate is an absolute rip off. A better estimate would be 15,000 euros, or in the region of 17,000 Us dollars


2005-11-30 11:34:12  |  Anonymous writes:

that car is actually for sale in france at Royal automobile it's prévious Owner was M. PAJOT


2016-11-04 12:23:57  |  Anonymous writes:

I have the original head for this car, if the owner is interested.

Ian


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