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 4.2 Jaguar E-Type 
 Two Plus Two 
 Right Hand Drive 
 1971 Opalescent Dark Green
 2011 Moss Green
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Record Creation: Entered on 12 August 2019.


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2009-09-26 00:30:54 | XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Notes From Heritage Record was added: Registered: ALG 88J
  • 2011-07-15 14:49:48 | XKE Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Engine Number was added: 7R403259
  • Current Interior was added: moss green
  • Current City was changed from Sandown to Towcester
  • Current State was added: Northants
  • Last Seen was changed from 1996 to 2011
  • Registration numbers (raw data): was added: ALG88J|
  • Heritage Notes

    Registered: ALG 88J

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    2005-08-07 18:42:37 | robert writes:

    car sold at the H&H Classic Auctions Ltd, Pavillion Gardens,Buxton on 15th Sep 1994 hammer price £ 11,500.- REG # ALG 88J

    2005-08-07 18:56:14 | robert writes:

    car sold at the H&H Classic Auctions Ltd, Pavillion Gardens,Buxton on 20th Apr 1995 hammer price £ 10,200.- REG # ALG 88J

    2011-07-15 11:42:17 | Lofty writes:

    Auction July 2011 Estimate £25-30K

    This "last of the 6 cylinder" E-Type 4.2s has been the subject of a full and extensive mechanical restoration in 2008 and has covered very few road miles since. The work covered, but not exclusively, included a full stainless steel sports exhaust system including tubular manifolds. A set of wide section chrome wheels were fitted, along with new white band tubeless-tyres. A set of "Gaz" fully adjustable dampers and new rear road springs were fitted to go with a complete rear axle overhaul, incorporating a fully rebuilt differential.

    As far as brakes go, the calipers, hoses, pads, discs and mountings were replaced with brand new items. A fully programable electronic ignition system was fitted. The carbs have been rebuilt and balanced using new needle valves, seats and seals. A Fuel King fuel filter is now installed. The front suspension has been totally stripped and is now rebuilt following rebushing and the engine bay has been carefully detailed. The car is set off by a fully retrimmed sage green leather interior and a Moto Lita sports steering wheel.

    'ALG 888 J' comes with a Production Record Trace Certificate, Number 28795 from the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust and is said to drive very well. It represents value in the rapidly ascending E-Type market today.

    2011-07-17 10:30:00 | pauls writes:

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    2011-08-20 18:24:33 | pauls writes:

    Sold for (£): 23,000.00

    2018-01-05 14:18:52 | Nigel Forrest-Holden writes:

    I saw this car when it was white, for sale at Hampson showroom near Manchester, see July 89 edition of Classic Car.

    2020-10-02 12:48:50 | Zach Hamilton writes:

    Found memories of this car it was my Fathers when it was white ex South Africa car I was driven around in it as a young boy with my brother I can still smell the leather seats from my memory i held on to the handle as a child as my dad drove it quickly I loved this car like it was a member of the family if the owner ever reads this get in touch I would like to buy if back it’s not the nicest Etype in the world but it’s special to me.

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