1970 Jaguar E-Type 2+2

Condition: Used
Make: Jaguar
Model: E-Type
SubModel: 2+2
Type: Coupe
Doors: 2
Year: 1970
Mileage: 84,578
Color: Burgundy
Engine: 4.2 L I6
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

Description for Jaguar E-Type 1970

Trying to buy an E-Type but realizing that you've seen mortgages that cost less? This 1970 Jaguar E-Type 2+2 represents one of the best values in these investor-level models, nd the numbers-matching drivetrain has even been treated to the kind of expensive mechanical restoration that will make it irresistible to drive on a whim.Solid, eautiful, nd shining in metallic burgundy we will go on with all the details, ut you already know why you want this one. The E-Type (ok, KE if you stick to the USA designation) is the icon that tops many lists of the most beautiful car ever produced. Jaguar wanted to utilize the strength of the racing-inspired monocoque chassis, ut form outshines the function on this car. Even with today's modern metal practices, t is nearly impossible to duplicate the mixture of aggressive deign with gentile curves on this boutique classic. The ultra long hood and rounded rear looks like a slingshot that's ready to release its power at a moment's notice. As a desirable Series II car, his comes with all those delicate touches that made it an icon the petite oval opening at the front, ninterrupted side lines, nd the thin chrome bumpers that hug the body. Take some time to really look this one over because the overall design and all the details can only look this good when someone has invested the time and money to make sure the body and gaps are as solid as you see here.A tan leather interior is the quintessential element to create a desirable British classic. Of course, t gets better when the seats show very little wear, nd the door panels and center console have that perfect European feel. It's all warmed up with the new version of the iconic wood-rimmed steering wheel and wood gearshift knob. Beyond this is a full set of Smiths gauges, ncluding the large speedo and tach to keep you focused on those trips down the backroads. In fact, his one was built for grand touring comfort with the usable back seat of this 2+2 and large cargo area. Since these are as nicely upholstered as the front seats, ou will likely want to show this Jag off when you arrive at your destination.Lift the full clamshell hood (bonnet) and you'll see the iconic Jaguar 4.2-liter six-cylinder that shows plenty of signs of being the original powerplant. The finned cam covers and twin side-draft carburetors give this one a gear European appearance that everyone loves to see, ut beyond that is a serious investment in keeping this one in top mechanical shape. We can show you the full $18,000 receipt from the British restoration experts at Flying Circus. They have run through the electrical and mechanical components to keep this grand tourer in road trip ready form. That's the real point of owning an E-type. The motor has the perfect tone that makes you love rowing through the four-speed manual transmission, nd the fully independent suspension is inspired by Jaguar's best racers. You even get four-wheel disc brakes (the rear are inboard for that extra racer's touch.) To complete the classic Jaguar appearance are the iconic knock-off wire wheels, nd it even comes with Vredestein Sprint tires for a vintage appearance with modern performance.This is an E-type that has everything you want, ight down to the included owner's manual and spare components such as the radio. It's the turnkey, orry-free classic Jag that's at an irresistible price. Call now!!