Lot 124 - 1970 Jaguar E-Type Series II 2+2 Coupé
|Odometer reading||69,076 miles|
|Result||Sold - £27,168|
- Manual transmission
- Genuine UK supplied right hand drive example
The Jaguar E-Type Series II Coupé is a classic sports car that has a timeless look and is still highly sought-after. The E-Type was introduced in 1961 and the Series II Coupé was released in 1968. It features a sleek, aerodynamic design with a long bonnet and short rear end. The interior of the car is also very luxurious with leather seats. The powertrain for the E-Type is a 4.2 litre DOHC six-cylinder engine with triple SU carburettors. This engine produces around 220 horsepower and has a top speed of 150mph. The car also features a four-speed manual transmission and a four-wheel independent suspension system. The E-Type has a classic look that has not aged over the years, making it a great classic sports car. The Jaguar is still highly sought-after by collectors and enthusiasts alike due to its timeless design and performance.
Originally registered on 5th June 1970, this is a genuine right hand drive, manual gearbox, U.K. supplied E-Type. Finished in gold with black leather trim, this Jaguar has recently had a new head gasket. The rear brakes have also had work carried out and the rear suspension has had new mountings fitted. Further re-commissioning work is still required, however, this is a great project and is probably best described as a rolling restoration. Estimated at a very attractive figure, this Jaguar E-Type 2+2 Coupé offers plenty of potential for capital growth on your investment.
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