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1R20371

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Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2019.

 

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2018-12-20 13:52:14 | Harry Stevens writes:

For sale at Fayreoak Classics of Cheltenham for £54,995. Seller's description below.
www.fayreoak.com/autos/1969-jaguar-e-type-fch-right-hand-drive/

Original UK right hand drive. Matching numbers. Chassis number 1R20371 left the factory on 6th August 1969, in Signal Red with black upholstery, and was registered HFC1. It appears it then passed to Mr Illsey who had the car restored in the late 1980's by Martin Robey Engineering. Going by the invoice it had everything replaced, so this was a new bodied car again by 1989. It was retrimmed at the same time. During this period it never had much use and had covered 44,500 miles.

It was purchased by its last owner in 2011, this owner had the engine rebuilt and covered a further 4,500 miles, most of these on a European classic road trip, the car now shows 50,000 miles which is understood to be genuine. Before it took part in the trip he removed the bumpers and put the roundel stickers on the car for a more sporty look. We have the bumpers and can remove the stickers. The car has fantastic oil pressure, sounds amazing and is the best driving E Type I have driven. This is an ideal car to drive and enjoy.

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