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1R20410

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Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2019.

 

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2019-01-18
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2018-12-28 07:05:23 | Clive writes:

Advertised for sale on Carsales .com.au 8 November 2018, asking AUS$129,500. Seller’s description follows: “My 1969 Jaguar E-type finished in original Jaguar Pale Primrose with Black interior is in very good condition. I have owned and pampered this car for app. 13 years and in that time have only averaged 1,300 kms per year, mainly on club runs. (log books avail.) The car is an original Australian delivery having been landed here in 1969 by Brysons Jaguar and sold to a customer in South Australia. Heritage Certificate supplied shows matching numbers. The Body has no dents or bingles. Upholstery and Paint are in very good condition. Mechanically it is excellent and is serviced on a regular basis. The car drives very well and is featured in the Quinton Willson book "Ultimate Sports Cars". I also have documentation from previous owner. The car will come with a roadworthy certificate. This car is priced to sell quickly at $129,500”.

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