Only 5,000 miles clocked since its full restoration
This is a car that Enzo Ferrari is famously known as calling “the most beautiful car ever made.” Even the producer of the James Bond movies, Cubby Broccoli, wanted a Jaguar E-Type as the starring car for Bond to drive in the films. The Aston Martin DB5 was chosen after Jaguar turned him down due to being overwhelmed with orders. The 1970 Jaguar E-Type is a car that exudes class, and this one is being offered by RAND Luxury from The Hine Collection where it has sat since 2013. If this is the classic car you've been searching for, register to bid on this beautiful 1970 Jaguar E-Type here.
Crossing the auction block is this beautiful numbers-matching example of a 1970 Jaguar E-Type. The exterior is painted in the original rare Sable color. Powering this classic gem is a 4.2-liter Series II, the most desirable engine out of all Jaguar E-Types with significantly more torque than the 3.8-liter and also known for its reliability. Shifting power comes from a fully synchronized four-speed transmission, and cooling duties are provided by dual electric fans, a large radiator, and a larger cold air intake.
While the odometer boasts 72,400 miles, only 5,000 miles have been clocked on this beauty since its first-class restoration. It features all supporting documentation and receipts from its full restoration that was performed at 67,000 miles. Open the doors to an all-original Cinnamon interior.
Although the car is 49 years old, this Jaguar performs like a modern beast in both comfort and power. The auction takes place on Saturday, October 12th from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. You're not going to want to miss out on this beautiful time capsule that would wow any car enthusiast pulling up to your local Cars and Coffee.