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2R28210

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Record Creation: Entered on 4 August 2005.

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Owner: Larry Payeur

owner since 2008
car restored by previous owner
Thanks!

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Updated April 12th, 2008. Not legal proof of ownership.

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Exterior Photos (10)

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2005-08-03 09:28:14 | John Krumrein writes:

I have owned this E since May 1996. It had 59470 miles on the speedo. It currently has 66497. It has been repainted (same) and some interior coverings replaced, front rotors replaced but I think that is all. Everything else is original. It is for sale: $17,500. / offers.

2005-11-14 08:09:29 | pauls writes:

11/14/05 Car offered for sale on cars.com

Sellers description:
This is a good driver but needs TLC. Very good older paint. Interior very good. AC not working. Exhaust is in need of replacement. The heater motor is also missing.

2005-12-02 09:54:04 | pauls writes:

Car comes to ebay 12/2/05
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-1971-Jaguar-4-sp-E-type-Coupe-XKE-Classic- ...
Current bid $7,600.00 (Reserve not met), 8 bids, 6 days left in auction. Said to be in Bowie, Maryland now. Buy it now price $18,000.

Sellers description:
1971 E-TYPE JAGUAR COUPE (not a 2+2)
4 speed transmission
66,600 original miles
Old English white with red leather interior which is certainly in good condition for its age. Probably could use a detailing, but I have conditioned it last year.
The Jaguar E-type speaks for itself in beauty with power and grace. There are few cars that compare to the E's. This car sports a 4.2 liter six cylinder and feels tight and agile when placed in action. Later, more powerful engines were made available, but the extra weight offset the spectacular handling.

I have owned this car for almost 10 years. I believe I am the third owner. I drive it to British car shows and occasionally for pure pleasure. I have owned several Jags but this was my first E. But now, I need to move on.
This Jag is not a perfect car but it runs well and still turns many heads. It was dismantled and striped to bare metal then repainted in June, 1996. I was shown a repair done on a dent behind the passenger door. It did not damage the door, door jam or wheel-well. No real bondo use on this car.

Chrome is not rusted or dented, but not perfect. The door handles and mirror is close to show, but probably should rechrome bumpers for the perfection this car deserves.

The car has been garaged since I have owned it. I am also throwing in the cover it has been covered with in that garage. There is some paint lifting around the louvers. The interior is average to good, The car has factory AC but has not worked since I have owned it. Get your plumber involved and maybe he can help.

There is an older AM/FM/cassette radio that works fine. It is not stock. The heater motor is missing. The exhaust pipes and forward mufflers are rusty and may need replacing in short time. But they are still solid now. The rear mufflers have been put on since I owned the car.

Also included with the car are some books, various printed car materials and a box of misc. stuff. You might get a super bargain in the box alone.

2008-02-10 22:43:16 | jagman writes:

67,000 MILES, ON EBAY 02/08

2008-03-25 11:12:15 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 32508
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-Restored-and-ready-for-show-or-drive_W0QQi ...
Current bid $6,766 reserve not met, 5 bids, 6 days left in auction. Buy it now price $38,950.

Previous auction ended at $27,100 reserve not met after 15 bids.

2008-04-02 00:10:35 | Larry Payeur writes:

March 31,2008 I just bought the car and am making araingments to have the car shipped to my home just outside Vancouver BC. I amd a first time Jaguar owner, and looking foward to driving the E type.

2009-05-18 01:12:21 | McNabb writes:

2009 Vancouver All British Field Meet

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