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 5.3 Jaguar E-Type 
 Open Two Seater 
 Right Hand Drive 
 1974 Pale Primrose
 2000 Black
United KingdomUnited Kingdom


Record Creation: Entered on 24 August 2004.

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Heritage Notes

Registered: GPC 400N


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2004-08-24 20:23:16 | pauls writes:

Car was sold at auction in '00, info at:

Auction description:
Status SOLD
Estimate £30000 - 34000
Hammer Price £31000.00
Mileage 55131
Trim Colour BLACK
Chassis No 1S2444
Engine No 7S132805B
Registration GPC400N
CC 5343
M.O.T 19.5.2001
The particular Jaguar V12 'E'Type Roadster is believed to have changed hands in the late eighties for over seventy thousand pounds after undergoing a complete rebuild by XK Engineering. Since then it has covered only three thousand miles and the genuine mileage from new is only fifty five thousand miles.
The history of the car is fully documented from new and we have been informed by the vendor that the car is a former Benson & Hedges concours winner. Today the car is still in genuinely concours condition and comes in its original factory specification of primrose yellow, manual transmission and of course, the chrome wire wheels. When not in use the vehicle has always been stored in a dehumidified garage.
This must be one the best examples of this truly supercar on offer and with the manual transmission we are sure the new lucky owner will find this an extremely rewarding car to drive.

2018-09-27 08:27:36 | Nigel FH writes:

Picture of car at Jag meeting in Germany in Dec 88 issue of Jaguar driver mag.

2019-03-09 04:55:53 | Harry writes:


Would anyone have a copy of the DEC 88 mag this car featured in? I'd love to see the pictures.

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