Gateway Classic Cars Houston Showroom is pleased to present this
sleek Pale Primrose 1969 Jaguar E-Type. Designed by Malcolm Sayer,
who also designed Jaguar's Le Mans "hat trick winning" D-Type
racers, the E-Type (XK-E for the USA) has remained one of the most
alluring car designs ever brought to life. With their elongated
hoods leading up to the aircraft-style cockpit, and short rear
overhangs, the E-Type is truly a timeless machine. When a
manufacturer produces an automobile that combines gorgeous looks
with potent performance, invariably the result is a vehicle that
enthusiasts will chase after for decades after their production
stops. Such is the case with Jaguar's E-Type. This Pale Primrose
E-Type was treated to a thorough going-over at Motorcars LTD in
December of 2021, where they performed quite a bit of freshening
up. Recent restoration includes but not limited to, a new gas tank,
new clutch, a new paint job, new spark plugs, replaced all radiator
hoses, and replaced fuel pump. This yellow beauty will be purring
down the street, with you at the controls. With its real chromed
knock-off wire wheels, and its chrome wrapped lights, whose trim
extends all the way down the front fenders, it will have you not
just looking cool but feeling cool also with that nice cold a/c
blowing in your face. Under the hood you will find a 4.6L Inline-6
that powers a 4-speed manual transmission. Inside this cool cat, is
an all-black interior that is equipped with A/C, AM/FM radio,
cassette player, and leather seats. Take this classic Jag home and
become the coolest cat in your domain.
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