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2017-12-31 11:09:02  |  pauls writes:

Car was at auction 12/17

Auction description:
Offer type: Offer CLASSIC CAR AUCTION 29.12.2017 GSTAAD
Brand: Jaguar
Model: E-Type 3.8-Litre Series 1 Racing Coupé
Year: 1963
Estimate in CHF: 220000-235000
Location: Gstaad-Festivalzelt
Lot No.: 117
Last MOT: 2017
Body: Coupé
Body Color: grey
Color inside: red
Steering: left
Gearbox: manual
Gears: 4
Cylinders: 6
Displacement: 3781cm3

This Series 1 E-Type has been completely restored and equipped for historic motor racing by the French specialists "Frogg Racing". The engine has been prepared by the British specialist firm "Rob Beere Racing" and is upgraded with the installation of three Weber twin-choke carburettors and a stainless-steel Big-Bore exhaust. An aluminium bonnet was fitted together with a 90-litre aluminium racing fuel-tank. Dunlop knock-off wheels, a roll-cage and bucket seats complete the competition specification of this magnificent coupé and it is more than ready to tackle the next rally. A complete documentation of the restoration work comes with the car. A Swiss road registration enables the E-Type to be used not only on any race circuit but on the road as well. In excellent condition and with the last MOT completed in July 2017, this E-Type is ready to go.

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