1974 Jaguar E-type V12 Roadster

VIN: UE1S26101BW
33,700 Miles
Matching numbers
British Racing Green with original black interior, new black canvas soft top, factory hardtop, automatic, PS, AC

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This is one of the nicest Jaguar e-type V12 I have seen in a long time. Superb paint done on a 100% rust and accident free car. British Racing Green was the car's original color, this is not a color change. Body was taken down to bare metal and glass, doors, bonnet and trunk lid were removed for painting. All chrome is very nice with many of the trim pieces and bumpers recently re-done. New canvas top and new rubber seals. Stainless steel exhaust in excellent condition. Original black leather interior in very good condition. Chrome wire wheels are excellent. Engine compartment is unmolested and nicely detailed. All numbers match. Mechanically the car is well sorted out and recently tuned. All gauges, and even the clock, are in working order. The air conditioner blows cold. Car comes with the rare removable factory hardtop. Included is the original owners manual, tools, photos of the restoration and receipts. Also included is a Jaguar Heritage Certificate which certifies that all numbers and colors match the way the car left the factory.

This car represents the end of the era for the e-type which started production in 1961. The last LHD e-type was number 1S26120, only 19 cars after this one.

This car runs and looks extremely nice. I have collected e-types for over 25 years and very few times do I run across a car in this type of condition. I know on the photos is looks like another nice e-type, which I have had quite a few for sale in the past. Trust me when I say this one you have to see it in person to appreciate its condition. This is a no excuse e-type, ready for show or simply enjoying on nice weekends


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Restoration Photos:

The photos above show the car after it was soda blasted to remove all paint. Note that soda does not damage glass or even chrome and rubber.

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