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1E34597

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Record Creation: Entered on 30 September 2016.

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Owner: Julian Page

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Updated November 7th, 2016. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1E34597

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Exterior Photos (6)

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Interior Photos (4)

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Details Photos: Exterior (5)

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Detail Photos: Interior (2)

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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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2016-09-25 05:59:10 | xke7 writes:

classicjaguar.com/cj/684sale.html

This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a stalled restoration project which has had a great deal of the hard work already completed. The main bodyshell, including the doors and the tailgate are completely rust free and have already had some basic bodywork performed. The engine frames appear to be extremely solid, and the floors and boot floor are totally sound. The bonnet has not been repaired and will require restoration.

Mechanically, the engine and transmission are both the matching number originals. The engine has apparently been rebuilt, although it should obviously be thoroughly checked out prior to firing as it has been sitting in storage for many years.

The sale includes several significant new parts, including a complete interior kit (in red) and a complete stainless steel exhaust system.

We are in the process of loosely reassembling the car so for transportation purposes, it will be rolling and steering. Many of the loose parts will be carefully stored inside the car for shipping.

We are representing the car as being virtually complete. If it is missing anything at all, it will be nothing of significance. The sale does not include tools or a jack.

We recently purchased this vehicle in pieces out of a closed down restoration facility in Oklahoma where it had been sitting untouched for almost twenty years. As a partially disassembled project, this matching number E Type is obviously being sold strictly 'as is, where is'. Clear title conveys to the new owner.

Offers invited!

Inspections are welcome and actively encouraged. Please call (512) 288 8800 or email with any questions or to make an appointment to view.

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