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1E51363

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Record Creation: Entered on 18 March 2024.

 

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2024-03-18 15:51:55 | Harry Stevens writes:

Sold by Fayreoak Classics of Cheltenham in February 2024. Amended seller's description below.
www.fayreoak.com/autos/1968-jaguar-e-type-s1-5-rhd/

Jaguar E Type Series 1.5 2+2. Built in 1968 and delivered to A H Taylor in London, second owner was G F Difley of Dorset in 1972, third owner was G M Cox of Bristol in 1973, fourth owner was J Stephens in 1976. At this point the car had covered 34,900 miles. Mr Stephens displayed the car for many years at the Swansea Classic Car Club using the car regularly to 1991, and then occasionally until 2009 when it was declared off road and stored until 2017 by Mister Matic Jaguar specialist Now showing 70,000 miles it appears the car had some restoration work done in 2008. Invoices include a new bonnet in 2017 and service in 2021. Overall it is in good usable condition.

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