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Record Creation: Entered on 10 February 2017.

 

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2019-08-15 19:37:51 | XKE Data writes:

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  • Engine Number was changed from 7R403459 to 7R40345-9
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    2017-02-04 13:15:07 | Lofty writes:

    For sale at Silverstone Auctions 25/26 February 2017
    www.silverstoneauctions.com/1970-jaguar-e-type-22
    1970 Jaguar E-Type 2+2
    Lot No.: 533


    Registration: FMK 583J
    Chassis Number: 1R36000BW
    Engine Number: 7R403459
    CC: 4.235
    Year of Manufacture: 1970
    Estimate (£): 35,000 - 40,000

    The Jaguar E-type Plus 2 on offer here is a 4.2 Litre, right-hand drive, Series ll with an automatic gearbox and chrome wire wheels. Its accompanying Jaguar Heritage Certificate states that it was finished on 22 June 1970 and supplied by Henlys of London on 14th July 1970 to Harrison Gloucester Ltd in Horsforth finished in Indigo blue with a dark blue interior.

    The car comes with some decent history and there are three ring-binders full of information about its past including many MoTs going back to 1980, and dozens of older invoices for maintenance and servicing. We note from the file that the car had been stripped and fully painted some years ago and at some point had been 'Polybushed ' and fitted with a 'sports' exhaust manifold.

    The somewhat more 'vertical' appearance of the Plus 2 is made less noticeable in darker colours and the deep blue hue on this car makes it look almost svelte. The interior is wonderfully patinated, not scruffy, just lived-in.

    With a fresh MoT and cosmetically sound this would be a good base for a new buyer to take it a bit further, however, it is currently a good looking, solid, usable classic, and it is an E-Type.

    2017-02-26 11:25:46 | Anonymous writes:

    Sold for (£): 37,125 plus commission

    2017-04-28 19:04:15 | Anonymous writes:

    On sale again at May auction
    www.silverstoneauctions.com/1970-jaguar-e-type-22-9785

    2017-05-03 22:44:13 | pauls writes:

    Above auction info:
    1970 Jaguar E-Type 2+2
    Lot No.: 315
    Registration: FMK 583J
    Chassis Number: 1R36000BW
    Engine Number: 7R403459
    Number of cylinders: 6
    CC: 4235
    Year of Manufacture: 1970
    Estimate (£): 32,000 - 35,000

    2017-05-13 13:38:20 | Anonymous writes:

    Sold for £32,000 + 12.5% buyers commission

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