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1E11818

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Record Creation: Entered on 20 May 2003.

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2005-07-13 08:01:43 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 7/13/05
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Current bid $5,100.00 (Reserve not met), 2 bids, 6 days left in auction. Car's location Huntersville, North Carolina, USA.

Sellers description:
1966 Jaguar OTS. This is an original Series 1 car with a numbers- matching 4.2 liter engine.

History:
I recently purchased this car from the second owner (who has had it since it was less than a year old). Although this is a low-mileage vehicle, it has been in storage for many years and has suffered from neglect - it will need a complete restoration. I bought the car with the intention of performing a nut and bolt restoration. However, I have reluctantly come to the realization that I currently have too many projects underway to give this vehicle the attention it deserves.

Condition:
The body is straight and sound, but has extensive rust in all lower panels. The interior is intact, but musty from years of storage. The engine runs strongly and displays good oil pressure. The clutch and brake systems are not operational. With the exception of the missing clock and radio, this is a complete original car.

2010-11-11 09:23:53 | the Garage@207 writes:

Car is 3/4 of the way thru a rotisserie restoration with the tough parts done by pros (Muncie Imports for new sills, boot lower section, door fitting, new floors and support bars. Paint by local "one-car-at-a-time" specialist. Body leading by us -- no plastic! Now a rolling chassis with rebuilt IRS and front suspension in place, on lift and being re-wired. Engine at machine shop. More later including pix.

2019-11-28 15:01:35 | Pat H writes:

Car now listed on Autotrader for $170,000 - Bloomington, ILL

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