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 5.3 Jaguar E-Type 
 Two Plus Two 
 Right Hand Drive 
 1972 Silver
 2019 Black
 Nice Driver 
  Whitegate Farm, Hatton
United KingdomUnited Kingdom

United KingdomHKH405L

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Record Creation: Entered on 8 November 2019.


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2006-12-11 05:55:10 | XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Notes From Heritage Record was added: Registered: HKH0 405L
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    2004-08-28 00:15:22 | pauls writes:

    Car was sold at auction in '02, info at:

    Auction description:
    Status SOLD
    Estimate £11000 - 14000
    Hammer Price £9000.00
    Mileage 39500
    Trim Colour BLACK LEATHER
    Chassis No 1551457
    Engine No 758003SB
    Registration HKH405L
    CC 5343
    M.O.T JULY 2003
    Increasingly stringent US impact and emission regs in what was Jaguar's largest and most vital foreign currency earning export market added weight and reduced performance on the E Type S2 4.2. The Coventry manufacturer was forced to employ a totally new 5.3-litre 272bhp V12 which virtually filled the underbonnet area of a new, more powerful and cleaner S3 roadster and 2+2 coupe. This was the first mass-produced twelve since the demise of the Lincoln Continental in 1948. The new E Type with its distinctive cross-hatch rad grille had power steering as standard.
    The Cheshire entrant of this 1972-manufactured Series 3 E Type with the optional and more desirable manual gearbox tells us that he acquired the fixed head from the original owner in 1989. However, as he never transfered the car into his own name, officially, it has only ever had one registered owner from new. It is fitted with wire wheels and a full-length sunroof.
    The vendor says that Full Service History is on file which records a new engine fitted in 1975 at 31,000 miles and a respray in 1990. Although the mileage when entered for this sale was 39,500 miles, a new speedometer head was fitted at 85,000 miles, therefore the total mileage is claimed to be 124,500. It has been MOTd until next July.

    2019-11-08 13:43:51 | pauls writes:

    Car now offered at:


    Seller's description:

    Year of manufacture 1972

    Mileage 20 738 mi / 33 375 km

    Lot number 120

    Drive RHD

    Exterior colour Other

    Gearbox Manual

    "First registered in November of 1972 and with just two former keepers, this example is presented in stunning silver coachwork with black leather trim. It has been subject to a sympathetic restoration and maintenance which, when reviewing the history file, began in early 2016 and was completed in 2018. The car is accompanied by a photographic record and invoices demonstrating two new rear arches fitted and that any corrosion was correctly removed before a full bare metal repaint to a good standard. Contained within the substantial history file are countless invoices, records and photographs dating back to 1974, previous MoT test certificates and a V5 registration document. This is possibly the best combination of the Jaguar V12 engine and manual gearbox with the added bonus of a full Webasto sunroof, ready to enjoy classic motoring in your very own slice of British motoring heritage."

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