This is a 1971 Jaguar XKE Convertible. This is a series 2 example that has a 4.2 liter, in-line 6-cylinder engine, that is paired with a 4 speed manual transmission. This is a beautiful example in the rare and desirable original color scheme of Willow Green exterior and Suede Green interior. The last owner of 40 years commissioned a professional body restoration and repaint and full professional re-trim (UK supplied) in those original colors, together with the rebuilding of the engine by a Jaguar specialist with limited use since. The vehicle comes with a Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate verifying the engine, chassis, body and gearbox numbers. Included in the sale are detailed service records tracing back to 1980. For more information, please call 631 283 8819.
Color: Willow Green
Interior color: Suede Green
Body style: Convertible
Engine: 6 Cylinder
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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