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£99,995
Condition Used
Mileage 93,997 miles
Year 1969
Engine 4.2
Fuel Petrol

Vehicle Details

Condition Used
Make Jaguar
Model E-Type
Year 1969
Price £99,995
Mileage 93,997 miles
Fuel Petrol
Color Carmen Red
Body Style coupe
Transmission Manual
Doors 2
Engine 4.2

Vehicle Description

Still one the prettiest cars ever made. Whether it is a series 1, 2 or 3. they look amazing. This example we have here being possibly of the best S2 E-types on the market. This being a definite ‘nut & bolt’ restoration.  Ours is a 1969 Jaguar E-type Series 2. RHD. Carmen Red with black trim. Comes with Jaguar Heritage Certificate Restored by the Splined Hub Company where the majority of the restoration work was done, including a partial engine rebuild with big end bearings replaced with new oil seals also. The shell was sent to RVR Paint specialists where the shell was completely stripped for dipping then put on a rotisserie for the restoration/rebuild.. The car was then painted to an extremely high standard. There is a memory stick in the history file showing detailed images of this work. Other work included are uprated torsion bars, Reconditioned rear axle, 321 Electronic ignition, New fuel tank, New complete wiring loom, Complete new stainless exhaust, New Chrome Wire Wheels, new petrol tank, Stainless Six branch manifold, Alloy radiator, Inertia seat belts, Period FM radio with electric aerial, Carburettors rebuild, New brake servo, brake & clutch master cylinders, originally an automatic, this car has been converted to manual using the Jaguar 4 speed including a new correct manual gearbox tunnel, Refurbished front and rear suspension, Interior included complete new dash and headlining, Instruments rebuilt, New RHD steering assembly, New wheels & tyres, etc. Extra mechanical work has been done by Jaguar specialist Ken Jenkins. Since full restoration the car has only covered just under 600 miles and is simply stunning.

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