- 1 of just 776 RHD Series II Roadsters - Extensively restored by its previous keeper and less than 1,000 miles since - Original engine, Red leather trim, hardtop, MOT'd till July 2016 Further Info: One of just 776 right-hand drive E-Type Series 2 4.2 Roadsters made, chassis 1R1659 was first registered in Manchester on 12th March 1971 (or so its 'RNC 9J' number plate would imply). Acquired by previous keeper James Small Esq of Southport during Summer 1988, the Jaguar was subsequently treated to an extensive restoration: bodywork refurbishment, respray, interior re-trim and mechanical overhaul. Not long back on the road by the time it entered the current ownership in December 1998, the two-seater is understood to have since covered less than 1,000 miles. Finished in Old English White with Red leather upholstery, the E-Type is described by the vendor as being in 'good' (electrical equipment, interior trim), 'very good' (bodywork) or 'excellent' (4.2 litre engine, four-speed manual gearbox) condition. Riding on wire wheels, the Jaguar is said to pleasingly retain its original powerplant plus a factory hardtop. Showing an unwarranted 39,000 miles to its odometer, this tempting Roadster
1971 jaguar e-type 4200cc roadster red 4-speed hardtop manual red-leather rhd restored convertible leather red-interior british
The Motor House, Lyncastle Road
Warrington, WA4 4SN, Cheshire
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