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 5.3 Jaguar E-Type 
 Open Two Seater 
 Left Hand Drive 
 1974 Sable
 2003 Beige
 Exc. Original 
United StatesUnited States
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2003-09-10 20:48:10 | Steven D. writes:

Car currently listed on EBay:


1974 Manual
Jaguar 5.3 Liters
XKE 12 Cylinders
Series III Exterior: Brown
2DR Convertible Interior: Beige/Tan
69000 Miles
VIN# VD1522790

Interior: Front Bucket Seats
Leather Upholstery
Power Steering
Exterior: Chrome Wheels
Safety: Power Brakes
Drive Train: Rear Wheel Drive
V Style Engine

Description: 1974 Jaguar XKE E-type V-12 in sable brown with beige leather interior. 4 speed manual transmission, rear wheel drive. Black convertible top with tonneau cover; original factor Jaguar AM/FM radio; luggage rack; original paint and chrome; brand new interior; original 15 inch Jaguar chrome wire wheels with Dunlop Elite Seventy tires.

With zero bids so far the seller has set the starting price at US $25,000.00 (Reserve not met)

2003-09-22 18:07:24 | Steven D. writes:

Car has been relisted:


Previous auction (above) was "won" after just two bids at a price of US $30,100.00 (Reserve met)
So the deal must have fallen through for some reason.

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