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2018-07-18 22:42:48 | Clive writes:

Advertised for sale on .au, 19 July 2018 with an asking price of AUD$145,000. To be sold un-registered & with a Victorian Roadworthy Certificate.
Seller's description as follows: "1969 Jaguar E-type Series 2, 2+2, SN:3630, VIN No:1R40399, Eng No:7R352689" "This Beautifully Presented 1969 E-type finished in Sable has had only 7 owners since new. Originally US delivered in March 1969, it resided with its first owner in California until 1975 before being acquired by the second owner in Michigan where it stayed until 1988. In 1989 the E-Type returned to its birthplace in the UK and was subsequently converted from LHD to RHD in 1990. Photographs from 1990 show the E-Type underwent a bare metal respray. It remained in the UK with its third, fourth and fifth owners until 2012. In 2012 the E-Type moved to Australia with the sixth owner after which it was acquired by the seventh owner in January 2013. The new owner then embarked on a serious mechanical restoration of the vehicle which was carried out by respected Jaguar specialist V&A Spiteri. A comprehensive file of receipts detailing the mechanical work and significant expenditure accompanies the car. The file also contains complete ownership records of all the previous owners, including dates."

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