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 4.2 Jaguar E-Type Silver
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 Right Hand Drive 
   Gilman Motors - Hong Kong
 1E50736 13 February 1967
  Hong Kong
 1967 Carmen Red
 2012 Black
 Rest: Nice 
 Original Reading
United KingdomUnited Kingdom


Record Creation: Entered on 18 September 2004.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits


Heritage Notes

Dispatched to Gilman Motors, Hong Kong

Owner: Richard


Updated October 3rd, 2004. Not legal proof of ownership.


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2004-09-18 10:50:50 | Lofty writes:

Q writes; as seen on ebay UK 25 bids, car has reached its reserve and is currently at £12,100. Car looks in good condition having been restored at a cost of £20K and has a reputed milage of just 29K

2004-10-03 14:34:44 | Richard writes:

I am the new owner of the above car and would be interested to hear from any previus keepers or anyone with any history details. Car is in good, not concours condition but needs interior refurb. I will add numbers from heritage certificate

2012-09-26 14:27:39 | Anonymous writes:

I have seen this car this week and was better than I expected clearly allot of money has been spent with lots of new shiny parts etc and lots of receipts interior is Black Red carpets and in very good order paint perfect radio not working drove very well and best of the 5 I have looked at.
Owner ( a Bentley and Ferrari dealer) would not budge on price so more than my budget unfortunately and would not take my Scimitar in px.

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