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1E16647

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 4.2 Jaguar E-Type 
 Open Two Seater 
 Left Hand Drive 
   
 1E16647 
 7E15522-9 15 May 1968
  Santa Barbara
  California
  United States
 
 1968 
  
  
  
  
  
 

 

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2019-02-12 12:58:00 | Lofty writes:

Literature pack from J68 1E16647 listed for sale on Ebay. Warranty card shows first owner as John D Miller, 3776 San Remo Apt 7, Santa Barbara California and selling dealer as Butts Buick, 315 State Street, Santa Barbara California.

2019-03-12 16:21:48 | xke7 writes:

ebay listing:

This is a beautiful example of an original Jaguar E-type handbook set 1968-1971. The set include the operating handbook, warranty card/disclaimer, engine oil change service interval, Jaguar overseas dealers book, OEM Motorola radio service book and wallet. All are in great condition. Warranty book has been filled out by a purchaser from Santa Barbara CA. dated May 5th 1968. Selling dealer Butts Buick inc. These manuals are hard to find and complete sets nearly impossible. Don't miss your chance for this great example! Please feel free to ask any questions or request additional photos.

Sold for USD 150.00

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