This all Original Series III E-Type Roadster is finished in the iconic color of "Pale Primrose" with Cinnamon leather interior, and it represents an excellent investment value, as it combines one of the 20th centurys best automotive designs with the sense of occasion only a V-12-powered roadster can provide.
Further, this particular Jaguar is remarkably original with 32,000 carefully driven miles. Incredible care and pride of ownership is displayed in its completely original interior including dash, door panels, carpeting, leather seats, etc. car is completely free of rust or corrosion, and the floor pans and boot is impeccable with beautiful factory finishes.
The striking look of the rare "Turbo Disc" factory wheels sets this XKE apart from the pack and the automatic transmission makes the car a joy to drive in the city, country or on the highway. Mechanically, everything is sorted and the original factory radio works perfectly and the air blows ice cold.
You will rarely find a V-12 XKE in these desirable colors, with the insane originality and cosmetic condition that is in excellent mechanical condition, ready to enjoy today.
The 1974 model year marked the end of an era for Jaguar, as it was the final production year for the E-Type, one of Jaguars most celebrated post-war models. Throughout its transition from the Series I 3.8-liter inline-six to the Series III powered by a 5.3-liter V-12, the E-Type had remained an icon of British engineering and design. Over the E-Types 13 years of production, it had evolved into a comfortable grand tourer, and the V-12 cars were the pinnacle of that evolution. The addition of a V-12 engine over the earlier straight-six meant an increase in available power. Other mechanical changes included a new suspension and wider track. The roadster also adapted the longer wheelbase of the outgoing 2+2 coupe, providing for slightly more interior room.
Twelve-cylinder E-Types are praised by enthusiasts for the power and torque provided by their engines, and they are excellent long-distance drivers.