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Record Creation: Entered on 19 December 2002.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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Owner: Dana Brown

Jag fan, Web Master for the Bay area Jag Club (Jaguar Associate Group). I love 'em all, particularly the 12s. (email)

Updated October 30th, 2003. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2002-12-19 20:27:31  |  Anonymous writes:

Seen on eBay. Factory hardtop. Ad reads:

Very original, low 31,000 miles with only two owners since new, the last owner owned the car for the last 17 years. The last of the Jaguar e-types, this car was delivered on November, 1974. Very desirable pale yellow (primrose yellow) with biscuit leather. Car has great patina with 100% ORIGINAL interior, soft top and radio. Includes rare factory hardtop also in very good condition. The engine compartment is unmolested with all the proper emission hoses, air pump, vacuum hoses, clips, etc still intact. Even the spare key is still located on the firewall.! Automatic transmission, AC, chrome wire wheels and power steering.

Car came from the estate of a vintage car racer and was maintained by the same professional crew that .serviced his Jaguar XKSS and other high end cars. Maintenance records include a service log, original owners manual and pouch, service booklet, and tools. Log documents maintenance items many times neglected by car owners, such as flushing the brake fluid.

Interior- Everything is original. No rips on the leather ... not even the rip typically found when the seats are not raised before lowering the top. Soft top is also original, it has a small repair on the left side ... see photo. Soft top and hardtop fit very well with no gaps with the door windows. Radio is original and in working order. All gauges, switches, lights and even the clock is working. AC works although it has been too cold to test its effectiveness. Heater and fan are in working order.

Body- No signs of rust or accidents The floor pans are in excellent shape and the sub frames still show the original paint. The engine compartment is clean, correct, and would detail very easily. The bonnet and doors have very good gaps The paint is most likely 20 years old but still looks very good with just some minor lacquer cracks around the bonnet louvers. Chrome is all original and very good, glass is excellent without wiper scratches on the windshield, wire wheels are excellent, Dunlop tires are very good.. The boot (trunk) has all original material, tools, manuals, and very good spare tire and wire wheel.

Mechanicals: Matching number engine, car only has 31,000 documented miles. Starts right up with the pull of the choke and runs well. Great oil pressure, automatic transmission shifts effortless, brakes work well, cooling fans cycle normally.


2003-10-30 14:32:31  |  Dana Brown writes:

31,000 original miles.


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