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UE1S24958BW

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United KingdomCCA909M

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Record Creation: Entered on 23 February 2021.

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2021-02-22 14:07:05 | Harry Stevens writes:

Imported into the United Kingdom from the United States and registered CCA909M in December 2020. Sold by Fayreoak Classics of Cheltenham in February 2021. Amended seller's description below.
www.fayreoak.com/autos/1973-jaguar-e-type-v12-roadster-2/

1974 E Type Roadster V12 Project. UK registered with registration number CCA909M. The car will require some recommissioning. The starter motor failed and it was taken off the road in 1987. The engine turns freely by hand. Not the original colour but the interior is very original. There is a small hole in the rear floor otherwise the rest of the car seems OK.

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