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 1R20034 22 November 1968
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 1968 Signal Red
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United KingdomANK216G


Record Creation: Entered on 22 December 2011.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"


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2011-12-22 08:54:19 | Lofty writes:

3 owner car genuine 54000 miles full history

2021-03-26 12:26:38 | Harry Stevens writes:

Sold by The Classic Connection of Burley in March 2021. Seller's description below.


E Type 2 seat coupe. 1968 G registration. 69,000 miles. Signal Red with Black interior. Only three owners from new with lovely history file which includes its original owners pack with service book. The first lady owner cherished the car for 35 years. The second owner had it from 2003 to 2011 and the last owner has had it since then. There is a heritage certificate to show this is a genuine UK matching numbers car with its original colour and with its original interior. Wonderful condition throughout and faultless to drive. An unusual find being so original and keeping its history from new. It includes the original jack and tool roll.

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