1968 Jaguar E Type 2+2 Series 1.25, matching numbers, 4.2 liter engine, dual carburetors, 4 speed manual, same owner 36 years. Mileage: 56,459. Comes with original data panel plate and chassis tag, owners-manual and pouch, jack, and tool kit. Originally Opalescent Silver Blue repainted navy blue with blue interior. Paint has some cracks and chips. Seats were recovered and appear to be vinyl. No cracks in dash. Extensive recent mechanical restoration with receipts provided of the following systems: cooling, brakes, fuel, suspension; new chrome wheels and tires, etc. The floors are original and solid. Some body work had been done on the floor in the boot previously but appears solid. There is some minor surface rust under the bonnet. It is a solid, reliable car that may be driven and enjoyed. Additional photos available upon request. The series 1.25, 2+2 coupe provides more leg room for taller drivers and the sliding rear seat converts the car to a two seater with extra luggage space.
Buyer at Barons gets crates of parts, a chassis and body panels
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here are so many specialty skills that go into a professional classic car restoration.
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