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 4.2 Jaguar E-Type 
 Open Two Seater 
 Left Hand Drive 
 2 August 1968 
 1971 Beige
 2003 Black
 Rest: Nice 
 Original Ann Arbor
United StatesUnited States


Record Creation: Entered on 11 November 2003.


Owner: JJ Knight

I purchased this vehicle from a fellow who was trading it in for a 1972 Mercury, Cougar. He had just had his first child and needed a larger vehicle. I asked him how much the dealer was giving him for his vehicle. He told me and I offered him a hundred dollars more and that I would pay the difference in the sales tax. We made the deal. It was one of the best deals I've ever made. The fellow has tried to purchase it back for a number of years now.


Updated January 2nd, 2019. Not legal proof of ownership.


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2003-11-11 10:02:36 | Robert A. Bagramian writes:

Purchased car in San Francisco in 1983

2006-01-31 15:25:32 | Mike Powers writes:

I beleive this car was dismantled by the factory. 1R7002 was the first LH SII OTS sold to the public. Check my Owners list at www.jaguarlinks.com

2013-05-27 04:07:50 | Anonymous writes:

See comments for Series 2 coupe 1R25001

2019-01-02 13:31:58 | JJ Knight writes:

It seems as though the most recent information about my vehicle has ONE bit of information wrong. The car is original. The original EXTERIOR  color is "Regency Red." Applied on the assembly line. And, yes, the interior is black. Yes, the vehicle was in Michigan back in 1971. I had purchased it in Spring of 1972. I happen to be from New Jersey. 

2019-01-02 13:36:41 | JJ Knight writes:

Recent information state the vehicle was titled in 1971. I purchased the vehicle is 1972. The vin number 1R7001 was taken from the title. Not sure where the wrong color and year of the vehicle came from.

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