1973 JAGUAR XKE CONVERTIBLE BELIEVED TO BE 3,400 ORIGINAL MILES! BEAUTIFUL OLD ENGLISH WHITE OVER BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR! SMOOTH 5.3 LITER V-12/241 HORSEPOWER! ONE OF 3,128 PRODUCED! HIGHLY DESIRABLE 4-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION! AIR CONDITIONING! POWER STEERING! FOUR WHEEL DISC BRAKES! FACTORY INSTALLED CB RADIO! CHROME WIRE WHEELS!
1973 JAGUAR XKE CONVERTIBLE
Finished in gleaming white with supple black leather interior, this 1973 Jaguar XKE Convertible is believed to have only traveled just over 3,400 miles, and judging by the lack of wear and original condition of the entire car, we feel this number is likely accurate. According to the previous seller, this car had been part of a large E-Type collection owned by a pilot who obsessed over each of them. The condition of this vehicle is remarkable with every component functioning in a state of preservation rarely seen in a car of this vintage. This was the second to last year for the legendary E-Type, and many argue these later cars are the most desirable due to their increased comfort and power over earlier models. According to London based investment research firm, Historic Automobile Group International, classic cars have appreciated an average of 13-percent per year since 1980 while stocks averaged 11-percent over the same period. Please contact one of our expert sales consultants for more information. They will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description, and answer any questions you may have. Bid with confidence for over 40 years Daniel Schmitt & Co. has built an unrivaled reputation by uniting the worlds finest motorcars with those who treasure them. Excerpt from 1961-1974 Jaguar E-Type article by Mark McCourt, Hemmings Motor News The purist sports car morphed into a luxurious, powerful GT with the V-12-powered 1971-1974 Series 3s. The Fixed-Head Coupe didn’t return in this generation, and the Open Two Seater was now based on the longer 2+2 wheelbase, which allowed for power steering and its first optional automatic gearbox. Distinguishing features of the final series were the E-type’s first engine intake grille, fender flares over 15-inch chromed steel or wire wheels, ventilation grilles in the 2+2’s hatch and in the roadster’s optional fiberglass hardtop and four (later two) exhaust tips.
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This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!