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UE1S23243

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Record Creation: Entered on 24 January 2004.

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Owner: Phil Warner

New to E types. Have three Series III saloons and a few older Jaguars and Daimlers

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Updated February 8th, 2004. Not legal proof of ownership.

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Detail Photos: Engine (4)

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2004-01-24 09:37:30 | Lofty writes:

Ebay item 1/24/04
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Current bid $18.3k (Reserve not met), 15 bids, 5 days left in auction. 51k miles on the odo. The car is being sold by Monroe Dodge.

Sellers comment:
This car has been donated to the Saint Marys Catholic Centrals hockey program, We are selling the vehicle for them. The engine starts and the car goes and stops. I have not had the vehicle inspected. It does start and can be driven. The rubber gaskets around the doors and windows are dried out and cracked. The windshield has a star in it. The car has been repainted at some point. The is a deep scratch in the roof.

2004-02-08 11:34:52 | Phil Warner writes:

I am the new owner of this "scruffy driver" and will be retrieving it in a week or two. It's a risk to purchase at long distance, but my last one turned out OK with our 86 Daimler Double Six, so took a chance on the E. This may be a very early 74 model or at least a transition model judging from the big bimper guards and the VIN.

2004-03-04 23:08:52 | Phil Warner writes:

Originally sold in Palm Springs Ca 9/29/74 and transfered to 2nd owner 7-16-75; 2nd owner kept it until 12/11/03 when he sold it to a friend who drove it 12 miles home and never drove it again. Currently has 51,000 miles

2004-03-26 13:53:34 | Phil Warner writes:

Progress since purchase:
Replace spark plugs, wires, rotor, cap with considerable improvement in starting/driving. General cleanup and Por 15 on header tank and water tubes. Purchased improved wheels and knockoffs. Leatherique interior, boot mat, and soft top. More Pictures to come as soon as regulator is sorted out.

2004-04-19 23:47:19 | Steven D. writes:

Body number is NOT the same as the car number.

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