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1S2152

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 1973 Azure Blue
 2020 Beige
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 5 Speed 
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United KingdomJAG976

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2010-10-24 18:17:24 | pauls writes:

Car offered at:
www.classiccarsforsale.co.uk/classic-car-page.php/carno/111718

Sellers description:
This car has been the subject of major expenditure to bring it up to the standard you see today. Finished in Azure blue with piped magnolia upholstery and blue mohair hood. Fitted with chrome wire wheels and more recently it has benefitted from the upgrade to a 5 speed gearbox to provide effortless cruising. Supplied with the registration number JAG 976 and a very comprehensive history file. This really is one of the best Series 3 roadster’s we have offered.

Engine: 12 cyl. 5.3 litre
Gearbox: 5 speed manual.

2014-08-26 20:38:36 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 9/14
www.bonhams.com/auctions/21902/lot/391/

Auction description:
Lot 391
1973 Jaguar E-Type Series III V12 Roadster
Registration no. JAG 976
Chassis no. 1S2152
Engine no. 7S13214SA
£40,000 - 50,000
US$ 66,000 - 83,000
The Beaulieu Sale, Collectors' Motor Cars, Motorcycles & Automobilia
Beaulieu, National Motor Museum
6 Sep 2014 14:00 BST
A matching-numbers, UK-delivered example equipped with the desirable manual gearbox this Series III E-Type roadster has benefited from extensive restoration while in the hands of previous owners. These works are documented by a signed declaration dated December 1998 from Steve Parkin, the E-Type's owner for ten years at that time, stating that over £70,000 was spent during his ownership, and invoices totalling over £21,000 issued to subsequent owner Professor Roy Brown by Classic Motor Cars Ltd during 2007. The accompanying history file also contains restoration photographs, a parts catalogue, maintenance/service handbook, sundry bills, a quantity of expired MoT certificates and V5C registration document. Acquired from Professor Brown by the late owner in October 2010, this fully restored E-Type Series III roadster is presented in generally excellent condition, freshly MoT'd and taxed for the road.

2020-02-16 08:48:11 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 2/20

www.silverstoneauctions.com/events/2020-auctions/race-retro-classic-competition- ...

Auction description:

UK-supplied, right-hand drive, matching numbers and presenting in fine order

Subject to a thorough ground-up restoration in 1998, documented with images

Finished in Azure Blue with Magnolia leather and a French Navy Blue mohair hood

Indicating 3,700 miles, at the time of cataloguing, offered with a detailed history file

Sensibly upgraded with wire wheels, 5-speed gearbox and modern anti-theft tracker

First registered on 29/08/1973, this home-market Series 3, V12 Jaguar E-Type had been specified from new as an open two-seater with a manual gearbox, Azure Blue paintwork and a tan interior. The car was delivered to and first registered by Howells Garages in Newport to its first private owner just one month later in the same year. DVLA records within the history folder document the car's ownership history from new.

In 1998, after ten years in his care, a previous owner decided to completely restore the car and a signed letter within the file suggests that the cost at that time amounted to over £70,000. Also contained within the file are quotes, invoices and a collection of photographs recording the ground-up restoration from bare metal up to the finished car. The history folder also contains documents detailing the car's continuous upkeep and maintenance including an invoice from CMC, the highly regarded Jaguar specialist, for a thorough cosmetic and mechanical refresh including a 5-speed gearbox upgrade dated 2007.

Our vendor, a knowledgeable classic car collector and enthusiast, purchased JAG 976 in September 2014 and during his ownership, it's been enjoyed occasionally, dry stored and always maintained correctly. Most recently the car visited a specialist for a major service, complete refurbishment of the carburettors, electronic ignition update and, as a preventative measure, the underside of the car was protected with clear Waxoyl. Consequently, this lovely Jaguar continues to perform well and shouldn’t require anything other than periodic routine maintenance for the foreseeable future. Pleasingly, it's accompanied by a substantial owner's file including the Jaguar Heritage Certificate, images of restoration, a detailed account of the CMC mechanical refresh, old MOTs, DVLA records, the current V5c and new MOT.

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