Jaguar E-type S1 Cabriolet 3.8 1962 Opalescent Silver Blue
This beautiful Jaguar E-type Series 1 Cabriolet with 3.8 liter engine was built in 1962. This car was restored by the loving owner in the period 2015-2016, while retaining various original parts. A photo report of this restoration is available. The paint of this E-type is Opalescent Silver Blue in colour, combined with a dark blue Sonnenland soft-top, beautiful chrome work and a light blue / grey leather interior. The same colour combination as when this E-type Cabriolet was newly built. The Jaguar is powered by the matching numbers 3781cc six-cylinder engine that is linked to the manual gearbox. Since the restoration, the car has been driven to a limited extent and is therefore in good condition. In short, a beautiful and originality restored Jaguar E-type Series 1 3.8 Cabriolet.
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