Jaguar E Type S3 V12  5.3 Litre 2+2  4 Speed Manual

We are thrilled to offer for sale on a commission basis for our client this stunning Jaguar E Type.

Completely original in every detail with the most complete provenance & history of any other Jaguar E-Type on the road.

This 1971 Series 3 2+2 is presented in first class condition in every respect with a fascinating history & provenance. Superbly detailed, inside and out, this is one of the few E-Types to still have its original applied paintwork in Old English White. A wonderful car that is a dream to sit in and to drive is simply mechanically brilliant.

Built for the UK market in October 1971, this is a right hand drive, 5.3 litre, Vl2 2+2, fixed head coupe with Manual gearbox – complimented by the original webesto sunroof and was number 454 S3 E-Type to be built. (Out of only 2115 ever built). Matching VIN and Body/Frame numbers with all plates, tags and stampings in place (including behind the rear stainless steel panel) 1971 – Correct 7S E-Type V12 engine with SA suffix.

Original supplied paintwork in Old English White with original seats finished in Connelly block, perforated leather – 105,000 certified, genuine miles. Along with a long MoT. This unique classic also has an incredible amount of historic documentation – providing amazing provenance for this with this iconic beauty. Manufactured in September 1971, she was delivered to the first owner in October that year by Plough Motors in Stonehouse, Gloucs.

In 1986, this car was offered by Chay Blyth as first prize in the Multihull Challenge sailing race organised by Chay Blyth himself. Not thinking for one minute the Multihull Challenge would be won by anyone other than an Englishman – Chay had to eat serious humble pie after the race was won by famous French navigator & explorer Philippe Poupon. Philippe accepted the prize with much satisfaction and took the car to France, where he cherished the vehicle for thirty years (until 2016) – when it was liberated back into the UK.

During Philippe’s tenure, in the mid-late 90s, at 89,000 miles, Philippe had the car mechanically restored. This work was clearly carried out to a very high standard with no expense spared. (Every invoice and French franc spent is detailed in the documented history). Without doubt, the E presents superbly well and continues to turn heads to this very day. Recently installed immobiliser and electronic starter fitted.

This Jaguar has no known faults and as it is a commission sale no warranty is implied or given.

Car: Jaguar E-Type S3 V12 2+2

First Reg: 30 September 1971

Owners: 3

Mileage: 105000 miles

Extensive history & provenance

Price: £49995


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