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Record Creation: Entered on 5 October 2009.

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Interior Photos (1)

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Detail Photos: Engine (2)

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Restoration Photos: Paint (1)

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2009-10-05 07:02:59  |  Lofty writes:

Seen on eBay, October 2009.

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Ad reads:

"This is an unfinnished conversion project. The car was converted from a 2+2 and crafted as a roadster. The rear deck and cockpit bolster were designed to make the appearance different from the stock convertables. This car had rust issues on rear wheel arches which were addressed and repaired but no other rust was found and this body. It was otherwise straight and rust free. This project is being sold as is and needs to be completed. Needs new windshield and top chrome trim, some interior trim, boot [trunk] trim, complete convertable top, and a tune up to make it a pretty nice street car. Also, the paint is flawed since there seems to have been water vapour in both the base coat and clear coat. Should be repainted or at least re-clearcoated. I've had the car in my collection for over 20 years with clear title in my name but the lack of time and money force me to sell. The reserve has been set low, so that a reasonable bid under 10K will buy this car, no buy it now, no BS.. Please ask any questions before bidding. Local bidders are welcome to inspect the car in person and I would encourage them to do so."


2009-12-12 21:33:20  |  pauls writes:

Car now appears to be in the UK
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Current bid GBP 10,950, 23 bids 3 days left in auction.

Sellers description:
HERE'S SOMETHING A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT, I PURCHASED IT WHILST ON HOLIDAY IN CANADA
1972/3 JAGUAR E TYPE CUSTOM ROADSTER
THE PREVIOUS OWNER HAS OWNED THIS CAR FOR OVER 20 YEARS, IT STARTED LIFE AS A 2+2 BUT OVER THE YEARS HE HAS BEEN CONVERTING IT TO A CUSTOM BUILT ROADSTER TO HIS OWN SPECIFICATION.

IT IS 95% COMPLETED AND ONLY NEEDS A NEW WINDSCREEN AND TOP CHROME,SOME INTERIOR/BOOT TRIM AND A HOOD AND FRAME OR JUST A TONNEAU COVER WOULD BE SUFFICIENT FOR SUMMER DRIVING
THE PAINTWORK IS NOT PERFECT BUT IS QUITE PRESENTABLE
STARTS,STOPS AND DRIVES FINE (COULD PROBABLY DO WITH A LITTLE TUNE UP TO MAKE PERFECT)
FITTED WITH AIR CON
LEATHER INTERIOR
56000 MILES ONLY
V12 ENGINE WITH CARBURETTORS, AUTO BOX (LOVELY CONDITION UNDER THE BONNET AS THE PICTURES SHOW)
VIN NUMBER VD1R74994
RUST FREE EXAMPLE
A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO AQUIRE A LOVELY E TYPE V12 JAGUAR ROADSTER WITH AIR CON FOR A SENSIBLE PRICE

Previous auction ended at $10,207 after 35 bids.


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