This 1971 Jaguar Series II roadster is an excellent original car. Primrose yellow with black leather interior. Last and most desirable year for Series II roadsters. It comes with the hardtop. For only $67,500
It seems that the world must be filled with abandoned Jaguars waiting to be discovered in barns and garages and then pulled out and sold at auction.
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The Jaguar E-Type has been universally hailed since new as one of the most beautiful cars ever constructed.
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