1972 Jaguar "E-Type" XKE Series II Convertible with factory hard top.
Vin No: 1S20452
Chassis No: UC1S520452
Engine No: 756474SB
Gear Box: KL2813
Body Number: 4S1750
Odometer Reading: 67,512 Miles (Un-restored, original miles)
There has never been any rust in this vehicle and there have been no rust repairs. This is a prestine unrestored original with matching numbers. The factory hard top is included. Original color cream, repainted to Carmen red. New interior kit and convertible top installed two years ago. Full air conditioning installed but not set up. Full federal emissions installed (accept smog pump). Jaguar heritage trust certificate of authenticity included. Five new tires with date of manufacture January 18th, 2018. Service fully up to date including oil and filter. Original books and embossing plate included. Starts and runs smoothly and well.
Local inspection by your technician is welcome at our home in Orlando Florida. We will cooperate with your transporter. For Further inquiries please call Alan at 615-584-5459.
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