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850262

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 1961 Opalescent Silver Grey
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United Kingdom370CYT

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Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2003.

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Heritage Notes

Registered: 370 CYT

Photos of 850262

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2019-08-05 17:30:42 | Harry Stevens writes:

For sale at Toro Sports Cars of Fleet for £149,995. Seller's description below.
www.torosportscars.com/cars-for-sale/jaguar-e-type-s1-38-flat-floor-roadster

1961, finished in the stunning combination of Opalescent Silver Grey with Red interior. This very early UK RHD with matching numbers E Type roadster was built in November 1961 and is chassis number 262, confirmed by the buff log book and heritage certificate that is supplied with the car. The former keeper of this 3.8 flat floor purchased the car 26 years ago in 1993 from the E Type Centre, freshly restored and showing a mileage of 82,000.

The car has been used sparingly since, otherwise it is in a Carcoon and shows a mileage of 85,000. Maintained by JD Classics the car was treated to some minor upgrades just 500 miles ago; JD Sport handbrake, JD Sport uprated callipers, JD Sport fuel pump and JD Sport ignition system. Still absolutely stunning presenting the perfect blend between usability and condition.

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