Jaguar ETYPE 4.2 series 1 2+2 year of manufacture 1966, year of first registration in Italy 1968.
The car is a preserved ever restored, the original color was gray with red interior, the engine, chassis and gearbox are still original, Jaguar's Heritage Certificate (Jaguar Heritage Trust) is certified certifying engine, gearbox and chassis codes.
Jaguar has remained firmly owned for twenty years, work placements are underway by a famous carmaker of British cars that are not highlighted in the photos, including:
carburetor cleaning and gasket replacement
tank cleaning and all components of the power supply
Arrangement and revision of the braking system
internal and external polishing
Exterior: Varnish free of defects, slightly oxidized but unbroken chrome.
Inside: In good condition, they have been polished and handled during installation.
History: The car has been in my possession since 1993, has remained for a long time without ever being used, registered in Italy and has always remained in this country.
The car is in the province of MIlano area in Italy
shipping fee not included
sale by owner
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