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Record Creation: Entered on 25 June 2019.


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2019-06-20 15:20:05 | Harry Stevens writes:

For sale at Fender Broad of Droitwich for £110,000. Seller's description below.

Our right hand drive Series II E Type is stunning. Coming from long term ownership, restored and maintained regardless of cost and presented in A1 condition, 'on the button' and ready to go. There is a substantial history file and Heritage Certificate. The body, paint and trim are without fault as is the mohair hood. It drives superbly and for a taller or more substantial person is a much better driving experience than the earlier cars. The engine performs faultlessly and the entire driving experience leaves you with a smile as recognition of what a great car driven with purpose is like. We love this car.

Note: The heritage certificate has incorrectly transposed the dates for build and dispatch. These have been corrected on the data record.

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