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 4.2 Jaguar E-Type Cream
 Fixed Head Coupe Red
 Right Hand Drive 
 12 May 1970 Great Britain
 1970 Cream
 2014 Red
 Nice Driver 
 Original Reading
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Record Creation: Entered on 15 April 2014.


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2014-04-15 07:28:19 | Jason B writes:

Older restoration needing some TLC but reliable runner and very attractive car.

2016-09-27 17:57:39 | John Mantripp writes:

Hi Jason, I am just coming to the end of my S2 coupe e type restoration. Mine is also cream but with a black interior, it would seem we have a rare colour for a UK, was yours made cream? My chassis number is 1R 2093, 75 later than yours, I also have a black Webasto sunroof. I live in Farnham and I am a committee member of the Surrey/Hants Border Region of the JEC, I might see around one day.



2017-01-27 16:21:15 | Anonymous writes:

Hi John,

Sorry for coming back so late - I barely ever check on here to be honest. Yes my car was advertised as Old English White by the previous owner, but it has a creamier look to it than other OEW cars I've seen.
My suspicions were confirmed when I got the Heritage certificate back, which confirmed the colour scheme of cream with red interior trim.

Min was off the road for the last 8 months or so as I've had other commitments but planning to get some jobs done through Spring and get her back out again this summer - hopefully may catch u and exchange notes!

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