1972 Jaguar E V12 SÚrie 3 Roadster65.000-85.000 EUR - No Reserve

Jaguar Type E V12 SÚrie 3 Roadster

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Interesting manual gearbox version
- Known history
- Ready to hit the road
- No reserve

Reference Number 668980

as of 10/7/2021

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59, avenue Montaigne  Phone  +33 1 42 99 20 56  City  Paris
75008 Paris  Fax  +33 1 42 99 16 39  State  Paris
France  Mobile    Country  France France
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Car 1972 Jaguar E V12 SÚrie 3 Roadster
VIN UC1S20299 
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Known History

The Jaguar Heritage certificate of this car tells us that this V12 roadster left the factory on April 5, 1972. It had the desirable manual gearbox and featured a sand colored bodywork and beige interior. It was sold by the Canadian agent British Motor Holdings on April 28, 1972. Registered in August 1973 in Toronto, Ontario, the car spent most of its life there, changing hands in 1982, in 2007, then in 2011 before being imported into France in 2014. Today, it has a sober burgundy red hue and has obviously been driven very sparingly since its restoration, the underbody is in perfect condition, well protected and clean. The paint is of a good quality and the chrome has a nice shine. The leather upholstery has been restored and is very beautiful, as is the black hood. A cassette radio and a triple cigarette lighter socket complete the original equipment. The Vredestein Sprint Classic tires are hardly worn. The imposing bonnet reveals the beautiful V12 in a clean state, and when it is started up, the car confirms the first impression: stable and smooth idle, correct oil pressure. The roar of the V12 is amplified by a stainless-steel exhaust line. The clutch is progressive, and the braking is satisfactory. With just over 54,000 miles on the clock, this roadster is a real invitation to hit the road, to change gears just for the fun of it, even if the high torque doesn't make it necessary. Its condition and color combination make it simply irresistible.