1974 JAGUAR E-TYPE V12 SERIES III ROADSTER:
--Old English White with Red leather interior, Red carpeting, Tan top, 5.3 Liter V12 engine, 4-speed transmission, Factory air conditioning, 41,000 Original miles, Recent one family long term ownership since 1980’s.
Although early history is unknown, this V12 Roadster was purchased by Dr. Peter D. Williamson in the 1980’s and remained in the Williamson family until 2018. During the family ownership, this E-Type was always well-taken care of, serviced and maintained regardless of use. This love and devotion over the decades represent the excellent condition of this E-Type V 12 Roadster as it presents today. Dr. Williamson was known for his impressive Bugatti Collection, including an Atlantic. Many late Series 3 E-Types were produced with the automatic transmission, but this example was factory built with the 4-speed manual gearbox as desired by many E-Type enthusiasts.
This E-Type includes recent service receipts as well as receipts from the ‘1980s and 1990s, vinyl covered factory hardtop, knock-off wheel tool and hammer and a Series 3 repair shop manual. It has also been updated and equipped with a high flow aluminum radiator for better cooling. As one of the last of the breed, this Series 3 E-Type presents in excellent condition in all areas, cosmetically, mechanically and structurally. It will be sure to provide immediate enjoyment for its next custodian.
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