This 1974 E-Type received a full, rotisserie, body-off restoration
at Atomic Motors. Every nut and bolt has been touched, meticulously
restored and rebuilt.
To see the details of the restoration, go to our Facebook page or call us and we will provide a link to all of the restoration pictures for you.
This vehicle is located at Atomic Motors Classic Car Sales and Restorations in Henderson, Nevada, just 20 minutes from the fabulous Las Vegas Strip. Call 702-826-3811 or 702-556-0888 for more information or go to our website at www.atomicmotors.net
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