Dutch car - 27,404 km read off - first registration in NL
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
|Registered in country:||Netherlands|
Jaguar E-type series 2 + 2 first registration in NL on 21-10-1969 no import so new delivered in Netherlands. Dutch periodic vehicle inspection expiration date 7 July 2018
Colour is the already old beige which used to be common but nowadays no longer can be delivered. The engine and drive are in good condition, the automatic transmission shifts perfectly and the engine is running very stable and falters not. The car over the years remained well preserved thanks to the Tectyl treatments. The varnish is mostly neat but has here and there crushed stone in particular on hood and smaller lacquer discolorations. Read-off mileage 27404 km last years registered via Dutch Periodic Vehicle Inspection. Car is fully employable.
Car can be viewed in Rilland, Netherlands.
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