|5.3 Jaguar E-Type|
|Open Two Seater|
|Left Hand Drive|
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Record Creation: Entered on 22 November 2010.
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2010-11-21 21:05:01 | pauls writes:
Car offered at:
Car Condition: Driver Level
This 1973 Jaguar Series III has a great patina of originality. It has been properly serviced and maintained locally and is in good original condition. This car features factory A/C, Sony AM/FM stereo with cassette, 4 speed transmission, chrome wire wheels and low original miles. The exterior color of the car was changed from its original green to a sporty red about 20 years ago. This is a good solid driver, but does have a bit of corrosion under the driver side rocker panel, which is an easy repair. Running very cool, this would be a great car to drive and enjoy and a great candidate to restore to the next level.
2016-08-31 09:20:38 | Harry Stevens writes:
Imported into the United Kingdom from the United States in 2014 and registered JRH82L on 1 April 2015. Currently for sale at Vintage and Prestige Fine Motor Cars of Grays for £78,000. Description below, the URL is
A left hand drive car originally sold to the United States. This car was imported from a dry southern state and upon arrival had over £6,000 spent on it having a full mechanical service and conversion to European specification bumpers etc.
The car is finished in signal red paintwork with the paint being in fine order throughout. To the interior is black leather seating and black carpets to match. The car sits on chrome wire wheels that again are in fine condition. The hood was a faded vinyl unit and is being replaced with a black mohair item from Suffolk and Turley.
The engine starts readily and exhibits good oil pressure whilst running cool at all times. Indicated mileage is 92,000. Whilst not brand new and freshly restored, this car is a very nice tidy rot fee example that presents very well. It is UK registered, fully serviced and running beautifully. A very useable example.
2020-11-13 10:26:29 | pauls writes:
Car was at auction 10/20
1973 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster
Lot 21 (Imperial War Museum Duxford, 14th October 2020)
Estimate £54,000 - £58,000
Registration No: JRH82L
Chassis No: UE1S24144
Current ownership since 2015 and offered with c.£9,000 worth of invoices
Left hand drive example fitted with desirable manual gearbox
Said to be 'Very Good' with regards to the engine, gearbox, interior and paintwork
Repatriated back into the UK in 2014 and offered with V5c document
Vendor Condition Ratings:
Bodywork: 'Very Good'
Engine: 'Very Good'
Electrical Equipment: 'Very Good'
Paintwork: 'Very Good'
Gearbox / Transmission: 'Very Good'
Interior Trim: 'Very Good'
Imported from Florida to the UK in 2014 via California, this left hand drive roadster benefits from manual transmission. Finished in red with black interior the vendor advises that accompanying invoices show some £9,000 of expenditure since its arrival in the UK and he currently describes the car as being in “very good” condition as regards its bodywork, paint, engine, electrics, transmission and interior. Once the most prized by collectors, the V12 E-Type is a highly capable grand tourer delivering silky smooth power whilst providing refined levels of comfort for its occupants.