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1R27726

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Record Creation: Entered on 12 May 2003.

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Owner: Steve

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Updated August 27th, 2003. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1R27726

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Exterior Photos (2)

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2010-10-24
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Interior Photos (1)

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Detail Photos: Interior (2)

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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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2004-10-06 09:59:09 | Steve Iadonisi writes:

Still restoring. This car has new paint and a few modifications. 3 SU carbs give it a lot more power. Fun to drive.

2005-04-25 19:06:18 | pauls writes:

Car offered for sale 4/25/05 at:
www.j-a-n-e.org/classified_adds.htm

Sellers description:
1970 E type Series 2 FHC; Matching numbers with new paint, British Racing Green with tan interior, VIN # 1R27726, Herti age certificate, triple SU carbs, high torque starter, XJ6 electronic ignition, new windscreen, new seat covers, door panels and rugs. Good driver, NO ROT, but not a show trailer queen. Approx 43,000 miles (speedo was broken) Asking $17,000; Sandwich, MA, Cape Cod;

2005-05-25 06:28:41 | Lofty writes:

Car has been SOLD...

2007-08-29 19:39:55 | Lofty writes:

I've been lusting for an E-Type since I was 14 years old and now at 57, finally have one! Thank you!

2010-06-09 10:49:48 | pauls writes:

Car returns to JCNA classifieds.
www.jcna.com/classifieds/main.php

1970 E-Type FHC
Complete with heritage certificate, parts manuals and service manuals. A real head turner. BRG and Biscuit interior. 4 speed.Converted to 3 SU's. Many new parts. Runs great, no rust. 25K firm, picture is available at the following website- www.OJOA.net and classified and you will see it. Also on xkedata.com. 1R27726. I have owned it for the last four years and it runs great. Put carefully to sleep for the winters here and starts up no problem in the spring. Mount Hope, Ontario, Canada.

2010-08-29 16:44:27 | Gonsenheimer writes:

Now again for sale on mobile.de in Germany:
Asking price is 21,500.- €.
Text of advert: 1970 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Series 2 Coupe for Sale Magnificent 1970 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Series 2 Coupe with manual transmission. Car number 1R27726, engine number 7R10526-9 matching the data plate riveted to the body shell and supported by a Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate. British Racing Green with tan interior. Odometer reads 35,425 miles. Four chromed steel Dunlop-pattern wire wheels with Jaguar two-ear knock-off spinners plus spare wire wheel. Four excellent condition B F Goodrich 205-70 X 15 Traction T/A road tires are fitted. There is no rust on this car. For further details please contact Robert at 416-960-5700

2010-08-29 16:47:55 | Gonsenheimer writes:

seller is :
Dr. Robert Rayzak
M5S3A6 Toronto
Kanada
Tel.: +1 416 9605700

2012-06-27 03:04:15 | Lofty writes:

Car is now registered in Belgium.

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