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1R35224

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United KingdomSDE31G

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2018-01-14 12:05:34 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 10/17
www.swva.co.uk/classic-car/jaguar-e-type-4-2-manual-1969/

Auction description:
The vendor has owned this striking E Type since 2012. The history file in regards to servicing is not the best but does include recent bills (one for £942.63 for a new stainless steel exhaust). The MOT history is very good and includes 25 certificates that go back to 1975 when the mileage was 61,100 right up to the current MOT in September 2017 mileage 79,910. That adds up to approx 18,000 miles covered in 42 years! On this basis the vendor is prepared to warrant the mileage. This is a matching numbers car.

Auctioneers notes: This is an excellent example of this exciting mark. The bodywork is in very good order and importantly it appears on visual inspection that the areas prone to corrosion are clean. The interior has that lovely patina about it and in my opinion I think it is all original. The wear on the pedal rubbers is in keeping with the mileage stated. We think we are presenting this car with a very realistic estimate. She also comes with a handbook, lube chart and copies of old V5's.

Lot No. 59
Auction 27th October 2017
Vehicle Make Jaguar
Vehicle Model E Type 4.2 Manual
Year of Manufacture 1969
Mileage 79,965 (Warranted)
Registration SDE31G
Date first Registered 01-05-1969
MOT 18-09-18
Chassis Number 1R35224
Engine Number 7R36983.9
Estimated Sale Price £27,000 - 29,500

Please note: Current engine and chassis numbers are supplied by HPI.

2018-06-28 20:21:28 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 7/18
www.historics.co.uk/buying/auctions/2018-07-07/cars/ref-94-1969-jaguar-e-type-se ...

Auction description:
Brooklands Motor Museum
July 7th 2018
Lot 226 - 1969 Jaguar E-Type Series II 2+2 Coupé (4.2 litre)
Registration SDE 31G
Chassis Number 1R35224
Engine Number 7R36983.9
Odometer reading 80,104 miles
Estimate £47,000 - £54,000

Genuine right hand drive UK registered example
Matching numbers

This Jaguar E-Type was originally registered on 1st May 1969 and is a genuine UK registered right hand drive example. Described by the vendor as a car that runs and drives well, this matching numbers Jaguar is finished in red with a black leather trim and a manual gearbox. She sits well on a set of wire wheels and has a Webasto sunroof. The car is supplied with a V5C registration and an MoT test certificate valid until 18th September 2018 together with a collection of previous MoT certificates. A useable Jaguar E-Type 2+2 coupé that appears to be realistically estimated.

2018-07-23 16:54:19 | Peter Ingram writes:

NOT SOLD

2018-11-06 07:58:48 | pauls writes:

Car returned to auction 9/18

www.silverstoneauctions.com/1969-jaguar-e-type-series-ll-22-coupe

Auction description:

September Sale 2018, 1969 Jaguar E-Type Series II 2+2 Coupe Lot No.: 350

Sold for (£): 41,063

Registration: SDE 31G

Chassis Number: 1R35224

Engine Number: 7R36983.9

Number of cylinders: 6

CC: 4235

Year of Manufacture: 1969

RHD/LHD: Right Hand Drive

An excellent example of a genuine, original UK-supplied, Series II

Right-hand drive, manual gearbox, 2+2 FHC

Matching numbers. Six previous keepers and 81,000 miles

Good history file containing MoTs dating back to 1975, Tax discs, invoices etc.

This is an excellent original example of a genuine UK-supplied, right-hand drive, manual gearbox with matching numbers 1969 E-Type 2+2 with only six former keepers.

Smartly presented in the classic colour combination of Carmen Red with a black leather interior and wire wheels. the car appears to be in very good condition with bright paintwork and excellent shut-lines. It further benefits from a stainless steel exhaust system and a Webasto folding sunroof also in great condition. The odometer indicates a recorded mileage of 80,500, which is supported by MoT Certificates dating back to 1975, and the mileage in November 2005 was 79,062 as recorded in the MoT history, so it would appear that between November 2005 and September 2018, the Jaguar only covered a total of 1,438 miles. Our vendor advises us that this beautiful car drives well and sounds healthy.

Accompanied by its history file, fresh MoT, and Heritage Certificate, this very useable E-Type offers everything you’d want from such an iconic model, with the bonus of a couple of extra seats, and is presented at a very realistic guide price compared to other similar matching-numbers offerings.

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