Arguably the most desirable E-Type in terms of performance, usability and comfort the 4.2 litre version offered increased Torque, larger cabin space, superior cooling system and a more importantly a fully synchromesh gearbox. This beautifully presented example originally underwent a full restoration in the United Kingdom in the late 1990s over a period of three years before arriving in Australia around 2007 as part of a personal collection of fine classic cars. Fitted with its original numbers matching 4.2 litre straight six engine and matching 4 speed manual gearbox this vehicle benefitted from much expenditure during its restoration including new wiring, clutch assembly, Engine & Gearbox overhaul, new seals, rebuilt instruments, new windscreen, stainless steel exhaust system with competition coated headers, genuine 72 spoke wire wheels and a full brake overhaul. Further to this, an additional $20,000 has been spent in maintaining this Jaguar at a very high standard in the last three years alone. This presents a fine opportunity to acquire a very sound, useable and collectable Jaguar E-Type.
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