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United KingdomEHJ795H


Record Creation: Entered on 26 March 2021.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"


Owner: Ollie Bevan-Thomas

Just purchased my first E-Type, currently being restored. S2 2+2 1970.


Updated April 6th, 2021. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of P1R43818

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Exterior Photos (2)

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Detail Photos: Interior (2)

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2021-04-14 11:22:16 | Harry Stevens writes:

Imported into the United Kingdom from the United States and registered EHJ795H in December 2020. Sold to new owner in Suffolk by Sports Classics UK of Sheffield in March 2021. Seller's description below.

Jaguar E Type S2 manual 2+2. Excellent and easy project car for sale. This matching numbers car chassis P1R43818, engine 7R39827-9 was produced in March 1970. It retains its original colours for paint and interior as confirmed by the heritage certificate. The car is a dry state car and so is very straight and solid. The engine starts and runs smoothly. This car represents an easy project and is with us in the UK with all paperwork done and taxes paid.

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