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1971 | Jaguar E-Type V12 (2+2)

Jaguar E-Type V12 Coupe "Manual gearbox" Largely original and preserved example, Equipped with the desirable manual gearbox, Superb driving and shifting, Finished in a refined shade of silver over a black leather-trimmed interior, Equipment includes 15" chrome wire wheels and a three-spoke wooden "Mota-Lita" steering wheel

$107,340
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Description

Interior colour: black
Registration number: JA-08-02

As with most brands and models, the E-type saw a number of changes over time. A consequence of this is that cars often become heavier, but at the same time more comfortable. The E-type also increased in weight during its production period, but in 1971 Jaguar decided to find a perfect balance between comfort and performance with a V12, and they absolutely nailed it with the third series V12. This series weighed only 80 pounds more and the 5,3-litre V12 with 272 hp was made of aluminium, as opposed to the cast iron 4.2 litre six-cylinder engine.

With that twelve-cylinder engine, it is a really great experience and according to Jaguar, the 'new' E-type could reach a top speed of more than 220 kilometres per hour and 160 kilometres per hour could be reached in around sixteen seconds. Those were serious achievements!

In addition, the appearance of the third series looked more aggressive, and Jaguar supplied this E-Type for example with ventilated brake discs at the front and Adwest power steering, while automatic transmission was one of the most popular options. What does this mean? It is actually a very nice trend to see, but the E-type evolved into a luxurious GT, perfectly suited for long distances. The third series was distinguished by a four-pipe exhaust system and flared wheel arches. Fortunately, the interior retained the classic style that we love so much of Jaguar. Furthermore, it was built in two-seater roadster and 2+2 coupe versions. With this E-Type, Jaguar continued the Jaguar tradition by offering a level of performance and luxury that was unrivaled in its price range.

This Jaguar E-type is equipped with the popular manual gearbox and is a very nice driving car. This is an original car in neat condition. The bodywork is still in a well-maintained condition. In the past, this E-type was repainted in silver. This forms a nice match with the black leather interior. The body panels fit together nicely. Although the bodywork shows signs of wear, this Jaguar presents itself in a neat manner. This E-type is also equipped with 15-inch chrome wheels.

The mechanics of this Jaguar are excellently maintained, making this E-type a real pleasure to drive. We supply an extensive booklet with the car, with recent invoices showing that more than 10,000 euros were invested in this car in the last few years. The overall technical condition of the Jaguar is therefore very good.

The E-type is powered by a powerful 5,3-litre V12 engine with 272 hp, which is linked to a four-speed manual transmission. The carburettors supply the engine with the right mixture of fuel and air, allowing the Jaguar to produce impressive torque, and it drives as powerfully and smoothly as a modern car.

The interior is beautiful with its black leather upholstery, that has developed a lovely patina, which provides a beautiful appearance. The instruments clearly display the car's important functions. The carpets fit neatly, which contributes to the overall appearance of the interior. The Mota-Lita wooden steering wheel is also a nice addition to the classic interior.

Are you interested in this Jaguar E-type? Contact us today, we will be happy to help you. Gallery Aaldering has been a family business since 1975. You are welcome to visit us. Naturally, we arrange the export of our vehicles worldwide, please ask for more information.

Vehicle details

Vehicle data

Make
Jaguar
Model series
E-Type
Model name
E-Type V12 (2+2)
Manufacturer code
Serie III
First registration date
Not provided
Year of manufacture
1971
Mileage (read)
65,276 mls
Chassis number
Not provided
Engine number
Not provided
Gearbox number
Not provided
Matching numbers
Not provided
Number of owners
Not provided

Technical details

Body style
Coupe
Power (kW/hp)
203/276
Cubic capacity (cm³)
5343
Cylinders
12
Doors
3
Steering
Left (LHD)
Gearbox
Manual
Gears
Not provided
Transmission
Rear
Front brakes
Disc
Rear brakes
Disc
Fuel type
Petrol

Individual configuration

Exterior color
Grey
Manufacturer color name
-
Interior color
Black
Interior material
Leather

Optional equipment

oldtimerLicensePlate

Condition, registration & documentation

Has Report
Historical license plate
Registered
Ready to drive

Location

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Nick Aaldering

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