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P1R42327

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Record Creation: Entered on 9 October 2016.

 

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2014-09-16 07:26:41 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 9/16/14
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-chrome-1970-jaguar-e-type-/321524316063
Car has a buy it now price of $32,000 for 6 days. 44k miles.

Sellers description:
Beautifully restored 1970 Jaguar E-Type. All owners' manuals included. Buyer must be familiar with this type of classic automobile. As with all Jaguars of this era, there are some idiosyncrasies as these gorgeous cars are somewhat temperamental! New battery and car runs. Two small dents on driver's side hood that could easily be fixed for under $50.00. Please see photographs for specs. This is a rare opportunity to own such a classic!

2014-09-25 07:59:41 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 9/25/14
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-chrome-1970-jaguar-e-type-/321533071987
Car has a buy it now price of $32,000 for 6 days.

Previous listing received no offers.

2016-10-09 16:00:13 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:
bringatrailer.com/listing/1970-jaguar-xke-22/
1970 Jaguar XKE 2+2 4-Speed Current Bid: $11,600 Ends In: 5 days

Sellers description:
This 1970 Jaguar XKE 2+2 was the subject of full restoration approximately 20 years ago and is powered by a 4.2L inline-six coupled to a 4-speed manual gearbox. The seller describes the car as showing no evidence of rust or accident damage, running and shifting smoothly, and without current mechanical issues. This example has been consistently garage-kept by multiple prior owners and shows 45k miles on the clock, though actual mileage is uncertain. This driver-quality E-type is offered with a clean Colorado title in seller's name.

Regency Red is believe to be the original color and was re-applied during the restoration. It remains in good driver-quality condition 20 years later, and the seller notes that careful examination reveals no evidence of rust, filler, bubbling, or overspray. The finish does show some scratches and dings, including a 1.5″ paint crack on the roof and chipping along the edge of the rear door opening. The seller notes that the car would benefit from professional dent repair and paint polishing.

Upholstery, trim, and carpets are all clean and without notable marks, chips, cracks, discoloration, or missing pieces. Good interior condition suggests the restoration included updates to the interior materials, as does the absence of arm rests on the door panels. The seller notes the headliner is intact and in good shape, but does droop a bit in the center.

The wood-rimmed steering wheel shows little wear and is a nice contrast to the black interior. All gauges, switches, and controls are said to work correctly, with the exceptions of a non-working horn, and a heater fan motor is overloud and squeals a bit. Optional A/C is present but not operational as the drive belt loop currently omits the A/C compressor. An aftermarket radio/CD player is fitted, with sound provided by speakers mounted in the knee-kick area and removable boxes in the rear compartment. The seller reports the antenna is bent but reception is still acceptable.

This Series II 2+2 rides on 72-spoke chrome wires with no signs of chipping, curb abrasions, or corrosion. They are fitted with Dunlop SP Sport tires.

This example is said to start easily and pull well, while the 4-speed manual gearbox is reported to be in good condition and shifts smoothly. Work during the seller's ownership has included balancing of the carbs, cleaning of fuel tank and lines, a radiator flush and leak repair, and a new thermostat.

Underbody photos show the car to be clean and dry, without obvious leaks or fluid seepage. Newer springs, shocks, and chrome exhaust tips are also visible. The seller reports the car tracks straight and handles well.

The sale includes original factory tool roll, jack, and owner's manual, as well as a knock-off hammer, spare wheel spinners, and shop manuals.

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