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Record Creation: Entered on 8 October 2006.


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2006-10-08 07:53:39 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 10/806 ...
Current bid $1,025 reserve not met, 4 bids, 9 days left in auction.

Sellers description:
1974 jaguar XKE convertible (1974 last year the XKE was manufactured)

Mileage: 32,000
Engine: 12 cylinder engine
Exterior Color: Pale Primrose
Interior Color: Dark Green leather
VIN: UE1S25381

I am selling this 1974 XKE convertible that has been in our family since 1980. It has never been driven in the snow and has always been stored inside. This is a great car with low miles.

Exterior condition is very good. The original paint and chrome is in great shape as you can see by the pictures. There are a couple of minor paint bubbling/corrosion spots behind the wheels and in the headlight sockets. The top is probably original and in decent shape with a small rip (about 3 inches) from folding and unfolding.

Interior is original and in good shape but the leather seats are showing the normal cracking and wear of a 32 year old vehicle.

Mechanically the car runs well but it has been driven very little in the last 5 years. Tire tread is good but tires are probably 15-20 years old and need replacing.

Car is currently stored at Jaguar car care center in Saginaw, Michigan.

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