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878630

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Record Creation: Entered on 29 August 2005.

 

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2005-08-29 10:17:03 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 8/29/05
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-XKE-E-type-Roadster-XKE-Partscar-Ruff-Ruff ...
Current bid $305, 7 bids 6 days keft in auction.

Sellers description:
You are bidding on the roughest E-type on the planet.
Will be sold for NO RESERVE.
Chassis number is 878630.
One seat frame.
(Boomerang) top bows.
Front suspension. Looks fine.
Wheels and brakes.
Steering assembly, including rack and steering column.
Front subframe, two pieces look fine. One side and the front.
Motor and gearbox. Motor number: 7E11234-9
Top bows, bent.
One seat frame.
Some internal pieces of a bonnet.
Rear axle
Note: I do have a title for it, but not the chassis plate.
It's a rough bugger.

2005-08-30 11:57:42 | Anonymous writes:

call me crazy but I'm thinking of buying it and restoring it

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