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Record Creation: Entered on 19 January 2004.

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2004-01-19 10:29:39 | Lofty writes:

Info posted for live auction in Phoenix 1/23/04 RM auction. Auction starts at $25k. Their estimated value is $45k - $50k

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This example received a total nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration in the mid 1990s. Since restoration, this example has traveled fewer than 3000 miles and remains in very nice condition. The red paint is flawless as are the black interior and black StayFast top. It is fitted with many desirable options including a Solid State radio and wire wheels. Upon recent inspection, the car ran wonderfully. All lights and gauges worked properly. The undercarriage was very nicely detailed and a complete tool kit is even included. The restoration has settled very well and this example is perfect for concours and driving purposes.

Results from '04 RM auction:

Vintage Motor Cars in Arizona

23 January 2004

Lot 065

1962 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster

Sold for $49,500

Chassis no. 876271

2004-06-30 15:44:12 | Lofty writes:

The car is up for sale for 58.987 Euro at www.mobile.de

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Perfectly restored Jaguar E from 1962! Completely occupied! With photos! Vehicle No. 876271, engine no. R2834-9, chassis no. R2559, gearbox no. EB1947JS Six cylinders 3.8 liters. 1962 Jaguar E-Type, All body panels and bright work are original and have been refinished. All accessories have been replaced with N.O.S. components. All remaining components have been overhauled or refinished !! Six cylinder twin over

2020-01-29 09:58:22 | pauls writes:

The blue car with this description is now said to be in Italy with correct paperwork. The 2004 red car, though the VIN was listed in an auction could possibly have been a misread. Identification is under investigation.

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