Jaguar E-type OTS Series 3 for sale
The Jaguar E-type cars are divided in to 3 series with series one car starting from 1962 until 1967. These cars are by many regarded as the most beautiful cars in the world. With the Series two cars there where many upgrades. We have the 4,2l straight six-cylinder engine already since 1965, but also many details such as the tail lights where moved below the bumpers and they are not covered anymore in the front. It is perhaps not until you actually get to drive an e-type that you understand which series is the best. The series 3 came about in 1971 and now we have the silky smooth V12 engine. A wider mouth in the front and a proper grill mesh. The cars produced for America look hideous with huge bumper car bumpers. As with many other European brands during this time.
Exterior: In its original Primrose yellow and with a very nice paintwork. A soft top in very good condition and also a black hardtop. The e-types look fantastic with hardtops. Rolling on chrome wire wheels on these pictures and has the original steel rims. All panels fit very good on this car and it was restored back in the early 90ies.
Interior: This car started its life as a right-hand drive car and was converted in to left hand here in Sweden. The work was done using all original parts and all the right-hand drive parts are still with the car if you would like to change it back. The interior is in very good and original condition. Very nice black leather and black carpets.
Engine: The V12 engine gives a fantastic sound and with the automatic gearbox it wants to get up and go as soon as you touch that gas pedal. With the power steering this makes driving very relaxing and entertaining. Normal maintenance has been done over the years and this Jaguar E-type is showing a good oil pressure.
History: Imported to Sweden from U.K early in its life. Then converted here in Sweden to left hand drive. The last owner had this car since 1999Body style:
Classix by Schiebler is a company offering classic automobiles and sports cars for sale in Sweden. We are conveniently located just 30 km north of Malmö along the E6 highway. However, we have noticed that our customers come from all over the world, and we are only 40 minutes away from Copenhagen airport. We have sold cars manufactured by Mercedes, Porsche, VW, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Volvo, SAAB, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Jaguar and many more. Personally, we like GT or "Grand Touring" cars best, but we also offer convertible cars, limousines and coupes. We have spent a considerable amount of time on this website to ensure that you as a customer know what you are about to buy, and we hope you will enjoy it, and find something to your liking. I think everyone in the classic car market has experienced the frustration of spending a lot of time and money to go and see cars advertised, and they were nowhere close to what the sellers have told you. A lot of time and money wasted for both parties! For this reason, we always display a minimum of 20 high resolution images, detailed description and a video of the classic cars and sportscars we are selling.
The small town Löddeköpinge, is well known in Sweden. Here, we have the biggest gathering of vintage automobiles and motorcycles in Sweden every Tuesday evening. There could be more than 500 classic cars if the weather permits. American muscle cars are popular in Sweden but we also have many well-maintained and restored European classics coming to this event. In Löddeköpinge, there are also many workshops if you are in need of any repair.
Michael Schiebler has been working many years with classic cars and now a new classic car dealer is evolving here in Sweden under the same roof. Melvin is focusing more on the youngtimer cars such as sports cars from the eighties and nineties. On the picture we are working together as members of the jury during Classic Days Schloss Dyck in Germany. Judging the Concours d´Elegance seeing so many beautiful automobiles in this castle environment was a great experience. We also do appraisal work for the Swedish Chamber of commerce with classic cars as specialty.