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880869

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 1964 Opalescent Silver Blue
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Record Creation: Entered on 22 January 2013.

 

Photos of 880869

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Exterior Photos (2)

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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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2013-01-21 12:09:18 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 9/12
www.osenat.fr/html/fiche.jsp

Auction description:
09/12/12
Osenat
Estimate : 100 000 - 120 000 €
Result : 99 000 € Lot n°314
1964 JAGUAR
Type E 3,8 L Cabriolet
Chassis n¡ 880869
This Jaguar type 3'8 E is a roadster 1963 ""opalescent blue"" leather gray, blue carpets, blue hood. This original California car has been restored as absolutely perfect cosmetic and mechanical. The engine was rebuilt identically, the special camshafts and a careful balancing. The result is a magnificent performance and a feast for the ears. This restoration took more than 1500 hours by mechanics, body shops, upholsterers high quality. The car was completely stripped bare, stripped shell, etc.. In short, the E-Type was redone in strict adherence to the original

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