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  Great Britain
 
 1971 Regency Red
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 Nice Driver Black
  Kings Lynn
  Norfolk
  
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Record Creation: Entered on 23 November 2022.

 

Photos of 1S1016

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Details Photos: Exterior (3)

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2022-11-21 15:34:05 | Harry Stevens writes:

Lot 646 at Anglia Car Auctions of Kings Lynn sale of Classic Cars on 5 November 2022. Sold for £58,860. Catalogue description below.
www.angliacarauctions.co.uk/classic-auctions/2555-05-Nov-2022/284-1-1971-jaguar- ...;

This E Type was one of the first Series 3 roadsters produced. It was dispatched to Henlys London in September 1971. Finished in its original colour of Regency Red with Black trim, this lovely Series 3 V12 roadster has been subject to an older restoration. It comes with a Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate, original handbook, wallet and wall chart. The mileage is recorded at 51,000. The DVLA registration number is unknown and accordingly the purchaser will need to apply to re-register the Jaguar.

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