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1970 Jaguar XKE Series II 4.2 Roadster: California Car with Matching Numbers This 1970 Jaguar E-Type Series II 4.2 Roadster is an excellent original matching numbers California car that's just out of long-term ownership and storage. Red with black leather interior. This Jaguar has been off the road for several years ...

United States of America

Series 3 E Type priced to sell If you want a professionally rebuilt series 3 in pristine condition, look no further. Want it in BRG with a full green hide interior with subtle improvements that Jaguar should have made to make it the car it would have been rather than what it was in its original form, this is for ...

85,000
Private
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Picture of 1973 Jaguar E Type S3 V12 FHC For Sale

Built 27th April 1972 and shipped to British Leyland New York USA this left hand drive V12 E Type was retuned to the UK in 2017. A matching number example in its original colours of white with a cinnamon leather interior it is also fitted with air conditioning. Now UK registered it has had just two UK owners and has ...

71,883
Kent
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Picture of 1971 Jaguar E-Type V12 Coupe For Sale by Auction

H&H Classics The Pavilion Gardens Buxton - Wed, 7th Jul 2021 Registration No: WKY 659K Chassis No: 1S50698 MOT: Exempt 1 of just 2,116 right-hand drive examples and fitted with the desirable manual gearbox Only c.34,000 recorded miles Subject to new radiator hoses, shock absorbers and brakes in 2018 Accompanied ...

34,000
Cheshire
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Picture of 1971 JAGUAR E-TYPE S 3 V12 MANUAL For Sale

By the series 3 Jaguar had developed the E Type to be an easy to use Grand tourer with long legs and comfortable for even the tallest drivers unlike the earlier models (our tallest customer in one is 6 8?). So instead of crunchy Moss gearboxes and demandingly heavy steering, you had power steering and even a smooth ...

67,000
Buckinghamshire
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Picture of 1966 E-Type S1 4.2 FHC Man No Reserve For Sale by Auction

To be offered by Classic Car Auctions, at The London Classic Car Show Sale 2021 on Saturday 26th June 2021 from 12pm at Syon Park TW8 8JF, with bidding available in person, online, by phone or via commission. Please see our website for further details. In order to view this car a ticket to the London Classic Car Show ...

44,203
Warwickshire
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Picture of 2017 Jaguar F-Type 5.0 V8 SVR Coupe For Sale

Jaguar F-Type 5.0 V8 SVR Coupe registered 23/05/2017. This particular car is presented to you in Metallic Grey featuring 20" 5 Split-Spoke Style Alloy Wheels in Satin Grey. The interior is upholstered in Black Leather with the all important SVR Sports Seats. The car has covered a mere 12,075 miles by the previous 2 owners ...

12,075
Derbyshire
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Jaguar E-Type History

Introduced in 1961, the Jaguar E-type showed the world what a sports car could really be. It was fast with a top speed of 150mph from its 4.2 straight-six engine (though it was available with a 3.8 straight-six, too), its D-Type derived chassis was a work of art, it was comfortable, and it was affordable – the Series 1 E-type, for example, could be bought for £2, 097 in 1961, which is £47, 513 in today’s money. For a big, luxury sports car, it was something of a bargain.

Of course, Jaguar naughtily tipped the scales in its favour. The original Series 1 test cars given to the press were rumoured to have been ‘breathed on’ ever so slightly, with engine balancing, gas-flowed cylinder heads and Dunlop Racing tyres – they had a larger rolling radius that resulted in that 150mph top speed! Cheeky, but it set the magazines on fire with interest.

The Jaguar E-type Series 2 came along in 1968. This model E-type featured headlights without the sleek glass covers, wrap-around rear bumper, larger front indicators and a bigger ‘mouth’ to aid cooling of the 4.2 litre straight-six engine.

In 1971 we were presented with Series 3 E-type. This model was more of an acquired taste, with a taller roof in coupe form, and a more pronounced face. However, to make up for the less than pleasing looks, it was fitted with a 5.3 litre V12 engine, which was originally developed for the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Any E-type is a wonderful thing to behold, though the ultimate in our mind would be a matching numbers (original engine in original chassis) Series 1, as these are arguably the most beautiful of all the E-type models. But no matter what you choose, you’re getting a true British classic.




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