The Jaguar E-Type established the Coventry based company as an Icon of 1960s motoring. Ranked No. 1 in the Daily Telegraphs 100 most beautiful cars in 2008 the E-type is one of only six cars to earn the distinction of being part of the Museum of Modern Arts permanent collection. Even Enzo Ferrari is noted as calling it the The Most Beautiful Car ever Made on its debut. The car we have on offer was first delivered in the US in 1969. It was later purchased by a UK resident and eventually shipped to England. It was sold again in 2003 to a resident of Essex who began the restoration of chassis number 1R42684. A complete file showing the timeline and parts used is available with the car. The final stages of the project were completed in Madrid in Spain by marque restorers FVC Clasicos. Included in the history is a valuation letter from them stating the car to worth over 100,000 Euros. A new owner shipped the car to Australia in 2011 were he used the car sparingly and travelled approx. 700 kms, he had the carburetors changed from the lower spec US twin Strombergs to the UK spec triple SUs. This car has been restored and maintained to the highest standards and would be a perfect way
1969 jaguar e-type series-2 black restored british
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