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Record Creation: Entered on 25 March 2018.

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2019-12-05 12:49:52 | Harry Stevens writes:

Sold by W D Wins Classic and Sports Cars of Cowbridge in Summer 2019. Seller's description below.
www.wdwins.co.uk/1963-jaguar-e-type-fhc/

This Series 1 fixed head coupe is simply best of breed. An original right hand drive car, distributed by Henlys London to Western Motors of Bristol in Dark Green with Suede Green interior, it wears its originality with a patina not present in a freshly restored car. It retains its original engine block, mated to an all synchro 4 speed box. Coopercraft brakes give it great control and wider chrome spokes shod with 205 section tyres give it a sporting driving style. The Goodwood Road Racing Company thought so when it sent a special invitation for this car to compete in the Goodwood Revival Meeting 2006. Great condition, great drive, great history.

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