--Olde English White with Red leather interior and Red carpeting, Recent and Complete Rotisserie Restoration (photo documented with receipts), 5-speed manual gearbox, Chrome wire wheels. “The Museum of Modern Art in New York City placed a Jaguar E-Type in its permanent exhibit. The E-Type was just the third car to be honored by the curators of the museum's permanent exhibit. Released in 1961, the E-Type was the first model released by Jaguar Motors after a disastrous fire destroyed the company's production facilities in 1957. The car's sleek lines made it an immediate success. The E-Type is the epitome of Jaguar's exquisite feel for body design. The car is literally a work of art.” During restoration it was decided to perform numerous upgrades for enhanced Performance and reliability although leaving the Jag’s standard appearance. It is a true performance sleeper! Updates include. Rebuilt engine, balanced, blueprinted, upgraded with competition-grade bearings and pistons, high-performance camshafts, upgraded carburetors, stainless-steel exhaust manifolds and two-inch performance exhaust, providing well over 300 HP. The original 4-speed gearbox has been replaced with a Medatronics J
left-hand-drive 1967 jaguar e-type 4200cc liter series-1 coupe white 4-speed 5-speed manual red-leather restored leather red-interior british
203 West Hills Road, Huntington Station
Huntington station, 11746, New York
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