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United KingdomHHR992K

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Record Creation: Entered on 18 July 2019.

 

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Detail Photos: Interior (7)

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2018-07-06 13:37:08 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 7/18
online.handh.co.uk/m/lot-details/index/catalog/87/lot/41809/
Note: VIN is assumed by the provided information, corrections welcomed.

Auction description:
The Pavilion Gardens Motor Car Auction 19/07/2018
Lot 112 of 147: 1971 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster
Estimate: £95,000 - £110,000

- Notably early, matching numbers car recently emerged from a 'bare metal' restoration
- Converted to RHD, original livery / UK-spec bumpers, stainless steel exhaust
- Retrimmed (inc soft-top), drivetrain / brakes / steering / suspension overhauled

Vendor Condition Ratings:
Bodywork: 'Excellent'
Engine: 'Excellent'
Electrical Equipment: 'Excellent'
Paintwork: 'Excellent'
Gearbox: 'Excellent'
Interior Trim: 'Excellent'

Only the 43rd left-hand drive E-Type Series III V12 Roadster to be built (production started at chassis number 1S20001), this exceptional example is said to have been 'totally rust free' when imported to the UK. The subject of an extensive, professional 'nut and bolt' restoration over the last twelve months, the two-seater was converted to right-hand drive before being refinished in its original and very rare livery of Light Blue with Blue leather upholstery. Never fitted with the later-type federalised bumpers, it nevertheless had its brightwork renewed / refurbished. The car's rejuvenation is chronicled in an accompanying history file which includes 'all invoices'. The odometer displays an unwarranted 50,400 miles. Fitted with a stainless steel exhaust and new soft-top, 'HHR 992K' is summed-up by the vendor as 'a beautiful car'.

2018-07-23 15:59:24 | Peter Ingram writes:

Not Sold

2019-07-18 08:28:44 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 7/19

online.handh.co.uk/m/lot-details/index/catalog/117/lot/41809/%2Fm%2Fview-auctions%2Fcatalog%2Fid%2F117%2F%3Fpage%3D3

Auction description:

Lot 117 of 160: 1971 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster Estimate: £80,000 - £100,000

Registration No:HHR992K

Chassis No:1S20043

MOT:July 2019

- An exceptional V12 Roadster worthy of the closest inspection. Recently 'bare metal' restored following 28-years' hibernation

- Chassis 43 was wearing its original paint and found to be accident / rot free when refurbished

- Paperwork suggests the car had just 1 owner Stateside, 50,000 credible miles, original seat upholstery, manual g'box, matching numbers

Only the 43rd left-hand drive E-Type V12 Roadster to be built (production started at chassis number 1S20001), this exceptional example was not only still wearing its original paint when imported to the UK but also found to be free of any corrosion or accident damage. Accompanying paperwork suggests that the Jaguar had a single keeper Stateside who took it off the road in 1989. The subject of an extensive, professional 'nut and bolt' restoration during 2017-2018, the two-seater was converted to right-hand drive before being refinished in its initial and very rare livery of Light Blue with Blue leather upholstery. Never fitted with the later-type federalised bumpers, it nevertheless had its brightwork renewed / refurbished. The car's rejuvenation is chronicled in an accompanying history file which includes 'all invoices'. The odometer displays an unwarranted but highly credible 50,400 miles. The seat leather is original with only the door cards and carpets etc being renewed. Fitted with a stainless steel exhaust and new soft-top, 'HHR 992K' is summed-up by the vendor as 'a truly beautiful car'.

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