The Jaguar E-Type Roadster is considered among classic car enthusiasts to be one of the most beautiful vehicles ever produced.
This beautiful Series III E-type is finished in its original color of Green Sand, complimenting the Olive interior.
This is a one owner car from new and has been fully serviced within the last year, including fuel system, carburetor rebuild, brakes, exhaust, top, tune-up, battery and transmission service.
All of the receipts for this work accompany the car. This Series III roadster is entirely original with the exception of one repaint exterior repaint in its original color. All of the jambs and interior painted components retain original paint.
This car is turnkey, and ready to be enjoyed by its next caretaker. To find a one owner car with such low original miles would prove to be a very difficult task.
It is one of the nicest running and well mannered E-types we've ever had in the showroom. It starts easily and runs perfectly. We have a million underside pictures and welcome inspections.
With nearly 30 years in business, Black Horse Garage’s experienced and knowledgeable staff can help you find the best cars; whatever your budget. We always have a diverse and high quality inventory of vehicles available and if we don’t have just what you want – we’ll help you find it through our vast network of dealers and collectors.
Call 860-883-3998 and ask for John or email at [email protected] We look forward to finding you the car of your dreams!
Classic Motor Cars is a restoration business in Bridgnorth, UK, that specializes in rebuilding Jaguar E-types. “We work on E-types every day of the week,” said managing director Nigel Woodward. “Owners are constantly asking for extras for their cars like bespoke picnic hampers and luggage or specific upgrades. It occurred to me that we should […]
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