|5.3 Jaguar E-Type|
|Two Plus Two|
|Left Hand Drive|
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Record Creation: Entered on 3 March 2005.
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2005-03-04 13:48:50 | Anonymous writes:
Advert on Collector Car. 1973 JAGUAR E-TYPE, , Jaguar Series III, 1973 Etype V12 2+2 w/ 4 speed (manual shift is rare in this model) for sale. I'm the 3rd owner since new. It spent most of its life in New Mexico and then the rest here in the NW. I bought it over 7 yrs ago w/ 60K mi on it and it now has 90K. In that time, restored mechanical to get it back from very good original condition to new car spec including new: exhaust cooling system (water pump, recored radiator) alternator primary ignition gel battery racing grade springs/torsion bars koni shocks stainless steel wire wheels (original steel wheels/hub caps also come w/ the car) Pirelli high-speed tires rubber thru-out the car including hoses, window/windscreen/door gaskets door hinges fuel pump redone: complete carb (4) rebuild including redone linkage, fuel lines, etc cylinder heads (new values, guides, springs, etc.) timing chain tensioner all engine gaskets steering rack w/ new hoses master brake & booster and clutch cylinders (relined w/ stainless steel sleeves) frontend suspension (complete) wiper motor I've also had done an excellent down to metal paint job w/ very minor body work by Queen City Auto in Redmond WA. The exterior is now in the original British Racing Green color, but w/ modern paint/clearcoat. And lastly, completed in 2003, a restore of the interior including new- headliner, leather seats (new foam, diaphragms, etc.), wool carpet, and dash pad. All work was done by professionals w/ the car kept in as original condition as possible to enhance its antique value, now and in the future. While I've owned it, this car has mostly been a daily driver- not a garage queen. I'm asking a quite realistic $26K or OBO for a very beautiful- excellent running car in excellent collector condition.