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United KingdomFTM132L

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Record Creation: Entered on 13 September 2020.

 

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2011-11-08 08:54:25 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 9/11
www.bonhams.com/eur/auction/19289/lot/289/

Auction description:
Lot No: 289
1972 Jaguar E-Type Series III 2+2 Coupé
Registration no. FTM 132L
Chassis no. 1S51354BW
Engine no. 7S5175SA

Sold for £23,575 inclusive of Buyer's Premium

A genuine, right-hand drive, UK market model, this V12 E-Type coupé has covered 81,700 miles from new and comes with supporting history. 'FTM 132L' is finished in red with black leather interior while other noteworthy features include a Webasto sunroof, five-speed manual gearbox and HIF44 SU carburettor conversion. Tax exempt and described by the vendor as in generally very good condition, the car is offered with current road fund licence, MoT to April 2012 and Swansea V5 registration document.

2020-09-13 10:09:05 | pauls writes:

Car returns to auction 9/20

www.historics.co.uk/buying/auctions/2020-09-26/cars/ref-12-1972-jaguar-e-type-si ...%C3%A9-mrp/

Auction description:

Ascot Racecourse

September 26th 2020

Lot 137 - 1972 Jaguar E-Type SIII 2+2 Coupé

Registration FTM 132L

Chassis Number 1551354BW

Engine Number 755175SA

Odometer reading 87,880 miles

Estimate £36,000 - £41,000

Detailed history from new

Manual V12 with full Webasto sunroof

Uprated five speed gearbox

First registered on 20th November 1972 and presented in Signal Red with black leather trim, our vendor, a Jaguar Enthusiasts Club member who has owned the car since 2012, describes this example as an absolute joy to drive with a wonderful engine and uprated five speed gearbox. A fully detailed record of the car’s owners and history is supplied with the car which verifies the mileage and equates to under 2,000 miles a year and, although being used more sparingly since the mid 90’s, we are told the car has always been on the road. According to records the car was fully restored and the engine and gearbox rebuilt between 1992 and 1996 and since has been clearly well maintained with countless invoices from specialists Spellbound Cars in Farnham and, more recently, Winspeed Jaguar who cared for the car right up until August of this year. Described as a driver’s car, this example could benefit from some cosmetic uplift but otherwise the interior of the car is original and in very good order.

Supplied with a lovely history file and benefitting from a full length Webasto sunroof, this car is a perfect match for those wanting a practical, drivable E-Type that turns heads every bit as much as its £150,000 counterparts whilst boasting that glorious V12 engine and manual gearbox.

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