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UE1S25020

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United KingdomVMR987M

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Record Creation: Entered on 29 February 2020.

 

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2019-11-18 14:14:58 | Harry Stevens writes:

Imported into the United Kingdom from the United States and registered VMR987M in August 2018. For sale at DD Classics of Kew for £79,950. Seller's description below.
www.ddclassics.com/car-listing/jaguar-e-type-v12-series-3-manual-roadster-lhd/

As per its Heritage Certificate, this glorious roadster is finished in its original colour combination of Old English White coachwork with Russet Red hide, a Black soft top and tonneau cover. Built in left hand drive form on 26th February 1974 making this particular example a late car, it benefits from air conditioning and inertia seat belts. On being acquired by DD Classics UE1S25020 has undergone significant mechanical refurbishment with a huge amount of attention paid as follows:

Removing the rear axle and overhauling like new, completely new brake system with new master cylinder, discs, callipers, hoses to front and rear of car, complete new exhaust system from the manifolds to the rear fantail exhaust pipe, complete set of cooling hoses and header tank, refurbishment and correct setting of all carburettors, wishbones, bushes' steering rack gaiters, front and rear dampers and new chrome throughout. Standing proudly on chrome wire wheels it is fully prepared on the button.

2020-02-29 10:02:54 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 3/20

www.historics.co.uk/buying/auctions/2020-03-07/cars/ref-177-1974-jaguar-e-type-s ...

Auction description:

Ascot Racecourse

March 7th 2020

1974 Jaguar E-Type Series III Roadster

Lot Number 238 Registration VMR 987M Chassis Number UE1S 25020 Engine Number Tbc Odometer reading 28,990 miles Estimate £68,000 - £74,000

Original colour combination

Extensive work carried out in recent months

As per the Jaguar Heritage Certificate, this glorious roadster is finished in its original colour combination of Old English White coachwork with Russet Red hide, a black soft top and matching tonneau cover. Manufactured on 26th February 1974, this lefthand drive example benefits from air conditioning and Inertia seat belts. Having undergone significant mechanical work in recent months including removing the rear axle and overhauling the brake system with new discs, calipers and hoses to the front and rear. A new exhaust system has been fitted and a complete set of coolant hoses. Suspension bushes, wishbones and shock absorbers have also been replaced. Sitting proudly on chrome wire wheels, this delightful example of a Jaguar E-Type Series III is ‘on the button’ and ready to go. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a full years MoT test certificate, this roadster is fitted with manual transmission making it a real drivers’ car.

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