1973 JAGUAR XKE ROADSTER WITH MATCHING NUMBERS. FINISHED IN RARE BLACK ON BLACK! BEAUTIFUL, CLASSIC, TOURING MASTERPIECE IN FANTASTIC ORIGINAL CONDITION. ONLY 22,600 MILES!! RUNS AND DRIVES AMAZINGLY WELL, CONFIDENTLY TOURING AT ANY SPEED. This is a true time capsule and is certainly one of the lowest mile, most original 1973 E-Type roadsters available on the market today. Jaguar launched a V12 engine in its E-Type, transforming it with an infusion of torque and horsepower. Along with the engine, other more plush modifications were made, including power steering and power brakes. The result was a very fine and quite sophisticated, grand touring car.
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