|Year||1974||Engine capacity||5298 cc|
|Exterior colour||Sable||Engine configuration||V12 with Stromberg carburettors|
|Interior colour||Beige||Engine number||Matching|
|Upholstery||Leather||Rims||15-inch wire wheels|
|0 - 100 km/u||6.8 sec||Wheels||Of your choice|
|Top speed||217 km/u||Production numbers||7990|
|VIN number||UE1S25296BW||Other||Many new components, optically concours|
'The most beautiful car in the world'. None other than Enzo Ferrari spoke out these words upon seeing the Jaguar E-type for the first time. And he could know. It was 1961 when the E was introduced and overtime, she developed into the Series III, which was constructed from 1971 to 1974. A longer wheelbase and track enlarged the cabin and enhanced the road holding and driving comfort. The braking system was the best one fitted to all E-types thus far and the car received power-steering as standard. The 12-cylinder 270bhp strong engine ensured an utterly smooth and relatively quiet driving experience. For short, the most comfortable E-type, would be this model. When the car appears to be in a very special condition, such as this one, the opportunity to acquire a rather splendid piece of Jaguar heritage presents itself. A piece of history you can enjoy and cherish. The rare colour of the body; Sable, grants the car of a truly classic and special appearance, especially with the gorgeous deep lustrous wire wheels. The larger driver can also enjoy the Series III, partly on behalf of the adjustable steering wheel, seating position. The smooth transmission, engine power aplenty, and power-steering make this iconic classic into a comfortable driving machine. Visually and mechanically in very good condition. Recently, the cosmetic points of which the tick of time had done her work on this V12 Roadster were addressed. Having a 'dry' background the body remained rust free and was purely professionally repainted for cosmetic reasons, a new ton-sur-ton convertible roof was fitted for the same reason. The interior too, has been reupholstered to the highest standard. Mechanically the car was subject to a major service, where in the process many new components, such as a new radiator, rebuilt and tuned Stromberg carburettors, and a new steering rack were fitted As a result of all this work, which has been executed with originality in mind, now stands before you a V12 Roadster with a beautiful 'as if it was 1974' appearance. A lovely driving- and time machine combined. With the car comes an extensive history-file, even the original Texas Title is present. Additionally, there is the original jaguar manual, a hefty stack Dutch invoices and a report of all executed work. The pictures rest my case. For those who come and visit Warmond and desire a test-drive, I can only assure you will agree with me, nicer examples of the already titled 'most beautiful car in the world' are hard to come by.