1969 JAGUAR E-TYPE SERIES II 4.2 COUPE Left Hand Drive.

Jaguar E-TYPE SERIES II 4.2 COUPE LHD

Year: 1969
Chassis no: 1R26912
Registration: OAGA629 (Belgium).
Registered In: Belgium
Price: €85,000

1969 JAGUAR E-TYPE SERIES II 4.2 COUPE

CHASSIS NO. 1R26912

Registration number: OAGA629 (Belgium).
ENGINE NO. 7R83189

According to this lovely E-Type's Heritage Trust Certificate, it was built at the Browns Lane Jaguar Works on September 11, 1969. Denoted as a left-hand drive Series II Fixed Head Coupe, the E-Type was finished in Signal Red over black interior trim and fitted with a manual transmission. A U.S. market example, the E-Type made its way to the British Leyland distributor in New York, where it would be sold to its first owner. 

Although the Jaguar's early history remains unknown, the car is confirmed to have been in singular ownership from the 1980s until purchased by the previous US owner. A comprehensive restoration was carried out in 2010, where the cars factory-correct Signal Red exterior was professionally redone, and the car's mechanical systems were refurbished.

This striking E-Type is offered for sale with books and tools, and the odometer reading of just over 83,000 miles is believed to be the car's actual mileage since new. In beautiful condition inside and out, this Jaguar presents as an excellent example of the late 6-cylinder E-Type Coupe, a model that looks like a great bargain today compared to its Series I predecessors.  It is in perfect running order & is currently on Belgian plates so no EU taxes need to be paid.

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1969 JAGUAR E-TYPE SERIES II 4.2 COUPE

CHASSIS NO. 1R26912

Registration number: OAGA629 (Belgium).
ENGINE NO. 7R83189

According to this lovely E-Type's Heritage Trust Certificate, it was built at the Browns Lane Jaguar Works on September 11, 1969. Denoted as a left-hand drive Series II Fixed Head Coupe, the E-Type was finished in Signal Red over black interior trim and fitted with a manual transmission. A U.S. market example, the E-Type made its way to the British Leyland distributor in New York, where it would be sold to its first owner. 

Although the Jaguar's early history remains unknown, the car is confirmed to have been in singular ownership from the 1980s until purchased by the previous US owner. A comprehensive restoration was carried out in 2010, where the cars factory-correct Signal Red exterior was professionally redone, and the car's mechanical systems were refurbished.

This striking E-Type is offered for sale with books and tools, and the odometer reading of just over 83,000 miles is believed to be the car's actual mileage since new. In beautiful condition inside and out, this Jaguar presents as an excellent example of the late 6-cylinder E-Type Coupe, a model that looks like a great bargain today compared to its Series I predecessors.  It is in perfect running order & is currently on Belgian plates so no EU taxes need to be paid.

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