Price reduction/correction... listed priced in US$
A classic series 1 e type jag that is READY to go in for
It runs and drives ok but a top radiator hose just sprang a leak so can't drive too far. It has a few spare parts and new tires on good condition wires. All the glass is good and the panels seem quite true with some rust areas needing some metal work. The interior needs a complete redo. It has the triple carb set up with the rear lights above the bumper and toggle switches. The headlights aren't covered. The vin # tells me it is an early '68 model and built prior to the ‘1.5’ series by about 500 units. The car has not had any modifications and everything appears to be there. I'm reasonably sure the car was originally Opalescent Silver Blue. A beautiful colour which looks stunning with blue leather.
I have clear title/registration in hand.
It is a good solid candidate for a restoration. I am open to discussing any offer. I really want this car to go to someone soon who can get the work it needs done. Open to offers. Cheers.
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