--White with Red leather interior, Red carpeting and Black convertible top, 20,000 original miles from new, Fully Restored-Best of Show Winner, 4-speed manual transmission, Matching numbers, Wire wheels. This is one of the last XKE V-12 Roadsters to come down the line prior to the end of production in 1974. Built in March of 1974, it was imported through British Leyland Motors for the Pontiac/Cadillac dealer in Bristol, Connecticut. In turn the E-type was sold to Mr. Peter Fazzone of Milldale, Connecticut. As per the original owner… I purchased the car new and had it totally restored; The car has 20,000 original miles and less than 100 miles since it has been restored; Complete photo album of the car during the restoration; Less than 100 miles since restoration; Restored by Stew Jones, Winsted, Connecticut, world reknown for his work and specialization in the Series III E-type; This V-12 E-type is the first ever to achieve 100 points at a Jaguar Club of North American national concours; For several years thereafter it was transported in an enclosed trailer to various show where it won 1st place at every show it was entered in and on several occasions, Best of Show. This E-type come
left-hand-drive 1974 jaguar e-type v12 series-3 roadster white 4-speed manual red-leather restored convertible leather red-interior british
203 West Hills Road, Huntington Station
Huntington station, 11746, New York
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