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1S70287

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Record Creation: Entered on 2 August 2003.

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2003-07-31 23:22:26 | Steven D. writes:

Car listed for sale at:

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AD SPECIFICATIONS

YEAR: 1971
MILEAGE: 73585
MAKE: JAGUAR
EXTERIOR COLOR: maroon
MODEL: XKE SERIES III
INTERIOR COLOR: tan
PRICE: $5,000.00
ENGINE: v-12
LOCATION: Tampa, FL
TRANSMISSION: 4 speed
VIN NUMBER

1s70287
BODY STYLE

Coupe



DOORS

2

DESCRIPTION
1971 JAGUAR XKE SERIES III,1971 XKE V-12. VIN 1S70287. 4 Speed Manual. 73585 miles. Factory Air(not working). Turns over and fires, but will not start. Some rust. Good car for restoration or parts.

OPTIONAL FEATURES INCLUDED ON THIS VEHICLE
• Air Conditioning
• Power Steering
• Power Brakes
• Rear Disc Brakes
• Bucket Seats
• Tinted Windows
• Dual Exhaust

2020-01-09 13:45:55 | Jan-Remi writes:

Is getting restoration this year :)

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