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1E11373

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Record Creation: Entered on 7 April 2021.

 

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2021-04-05 16:54:02 | Wilde writes:

For sale via MARAMBAT - de MALAFOSSE SARL (Auction Toulouse France) 14/04/2021.

JAGUAR TYPE E Series 1 4.2 LITERS Cabriolet year 1966 serial number 1E11373 (left hand drive).

French origin (Delecroix / Paris).

Vehicle owned by the current owner since 1998 (previous owner known via old registration card) and very little used since that date.

White body color (not original) with black interior.

Presence of a Hard Top and the complete soft top in original condition (worn).

Low 4.2 liter non-original engine.

Average general condition.

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