1966 Jaguar E-Type Fixed-head Coupe "survivor": Always garaged;
100% solid original floors; superb original interior (seats
redone); low original miles; all numbers match; runs and drives
beautifully. We purchased this fine E-type from the estate of a
collector, it was represented as 12K original miles, something we
always approach with extreme skepticism. However, when we received
the car and inspected it closely we discovered many telltale signs
of extremely low miles and perfect storage conditions throughout
this car's life: The exhaust systems appears to be completely
original; many of the engine hoses and hose clamps appear to have
never been removed or replaced; all the paint under the bonnet, in
the engine compartment, jams, and in the trunk is untouched
original. The car has had one repaint on the exterior, a
high-quality job. All the records with the car are consistent with
the extremely low miles on the odometer. Everything we see is
consistent with a rare low mile E-type FHC that has been always
serviced and kept as you see it. While I hesitate to represent any
car this age to have such extremely low miles, we see nothing that
suggests otherwise. Heritage Certificate included. Please note that
we go to extents to document our cars in pictures and provide the
most transparent listings on Ebay. Please study the pictures
carefully rather than requesting descriptions. Please complete any
inspections or ask any questions prior to bidding or committing to
buy the car. Thanks for the interest!
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