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 5.3 Jaguar E-Type 
 Open Two Seater 
 Left Hand Drive 
  United States
 1974 Signal Red
 2020 Black
 Nice Driver Black
 Original Salzburg
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Record Creation: Entered on 27 November 2020.


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2020-11-26 14:17:17 | Harry Stevens writes:

Lot 33 at the Dorotheum Sale of Classic Cars in Salzburg on 17th October 2020. Sold for 59,800 euros. Amended catalogue description below.

This E Type was imported into Austria from the United States in 1987. Once in Austria it was mechanically overhauled and repainted in its original Signal Red. The interior, finished in Black leather, remains original with a lovely patina. The classic appearance is set of with lovely chrome plated wire wheels.The owner kept the car for 6 years and then sold it to the next owner who kept it for 21 years.

In 2015 it was acquired by the vendor who was to expand his collection of German cars with this sports car from the island. Today, this E Type is wonderfully authentic in appearance, equipped with the rare manual transmission and powered by its original engine. Together they ensure you can drive it as either a leisurely tourer or as a performance sports car.

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