Completed at Jaguar's Browns Lane factory in June of 1974, this exceedingly original E-Type Roadster is one of the final examples of the legendary model. Believed to have been delivered to the US when new, the car is equipped with left hand drive, and the end-of-the-line twelve-cylinder power plant. Finished in the very fitting livery of silver metallic over red, this highly original Jaguar is believed to have covered just over 18,000 miles since new. The Jaguar's first owner is believed to have owned the car until 1980, when its most recent previous caretaker purchased the car. The silver exterior has been refinished at some stage, presumably in the 1980s, and presents today with a lovingly aged patina. The interior has a very original feel, with neatly worn-in seats and most of the factory trim still in place. A period radio is installed in the dash, most likely the factory or dealer installed unit from when the car was new. A car with a very pleasing patina of age, low mileage and boasting great options, this Jaguar would be an enjoyable companion on any number of motoring adventures.
left-hand-drive 1974 jaguar xke series-3 v12 ots silver metallic british e-type
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