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Record Creation: Entered on 8 April 2007.

 

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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

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2007-04-08 23:15:01 | Jagman writes:

55,585 MILES
ON EBAY 04/07 APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN COLOR CHANGED
SELLER WRITES:


1972 Jaguar XKE Series III 2+2 v-12

I purchased this car in 2001 and installed new Dunlop radial tires- less than 1,000 miles driven since then. In December 2003 had engine pulled and seals and hoses replaced, brakes and master cylinder reworked and fuel pump relpaced. New battery in 2006. Documentation and photos available.



This car has been garage kept. There is NO RUST and it draws awesome responses on the street. Car ran well and strong (faster than I dared drive it) until recent carburetor trouble.

2007-04-09 10:08:53 | pauls writes:

URL for above auction:
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-XKE-1972-Jaguar-XKE-Series-III-2-2-V12_W0Q ...

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