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Record Creation: Entered on 20 March 2005.

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Registered: RFU 979G

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2005-03-20 15:22:02 | Lofty writes:

Q writes: seen at stoneleigh 20 March '05 for sale at £12,000.
Bit scruffy and could do with work.

2006-06-16 09:14:18 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 5/06

Auction description:
Auction Lot: 1968 Jaguar E-Type 4.2-Litre Series II Coupé
Best of British Festival, Bonhams (28th May 2006)

The first right-hand drive Series II Coupé produced, chassis number ‘1R20001’ benefits from a recent (April 2006) comprehensive cosmetic refurbishment that involved a total bodywork strip down, re-spray in original pale blue and rebuild with new rubber seals throughout. Reported as driving superbly on a recently completed lengthy outing, the car is offered compete with tool kit, restoration invoices, current road fund licence, Swansea V5 document, fresh MoT and Heritage Certificate confirming all matching numbers.

Lot Details
Auction Best of British Festival
Bonhams, Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, Warwickshire
Type Car
Lot Number 09
Estimate £12000-£14000
Hammer Price £11500
Hammer Price (inc premium) £12650
Year 1968
Condition rating 0
Registration number RFU 979G
Mileage -
Chassis number 1R20001
Engine number 7R10109

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