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P1R43555BW

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Record Creation: Entered on 22 November 2019.

 

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2019-11-22 16:43:21 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 11/19
www.bonhams.com/auctions/25825/lot/57/

Auction description:
Lot 57
1970 Jaguar E-Type Series II
Registration no. NNB338G
Chassis no. P1R43555BW
*Smart bodywork
*Five-speed manual gearbox
*Pleasing colour/trim combination

Odometer Reading: 39000
MOT Expiry: November 2020

Taking the lines of the more sporting-inclined Coupe and creating a more useful E-type for the family, the 2+2 (as its name suggested) offered more space and greater versatility without compromising performance or handling. This model continues to offer a sensible way into ownership as this 1969 example suggests. Starting life in left-hand drive form it has been converted to right-hand drive, and the original automatic transmission replaced with a five-speed manual by model specialist Lanes. Bodywork – re-painted in traditional solid dark green – brings low-key subtlety and the metalwork is in very good order – no replacement panels were required during the re-paint our vendor notes. Wheel arches are corrosion-free, shut lines straight and tight and the valances equally smart. Under the bonnet all is clean and tidy. This car's black interior maintains the theme of the external condition: the seats have little sign of wear or fatigue, and the dashboard and door cards are highly presentable. Supplied with a recently passed MoT test, this sensibly modified E-type is truly worthy of serious consideration.

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