Gateway Classic Cars excited present a wine red 1973 Jaguar XKE
E-Type convertible. This work of art has been considered a touring
masterpiece of timeless design. An icon in the motoring world.
Designed by Malcom Sayer, the Jaguar XKE was proudly assembled in
Coventry England from 1961-1975. The Jaguar XKE went through many
technical changes over the years but never lost it's original
design appeal. Three different series models were produced during
the XKE run. The series 3 was only available as a coupe 2+2 and
convertible "roadster" models. The XKE can be distinguished as the
car that sparred industry changes in both state- of- the art
technology and safety improvements. With such advancements as rack
and pinion steering and independent front and rear coil spring
suspension. Such early technology that we take for granted in
today's automotive world. Jaguar was one of the first manufactures
to build a car that was not only fast but could handle curves and
corners with ease. This Jaguar e-type comes with the much desirable
5.3-liter V-12 engine attached to a 4-speed manual transmission.
The 5.3 liters version produced 282 hp to 295 hp depending on
emission controls installed. Conquering a top speed of 150mph. To
top off this masterpiece are many convenience features including
power steering, power brakes, factory air conditioning, and tan
leather seats. This burgundy beauty also comes with an original set
of factory wire wheels. Now is the time to be part of the British
sports car "invasion" with your own 1973 Jaguar XKE e-type
1973 Jaguar XKE
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