1970 Jaguar-XKE Series 2 4.2 OTS
|Performance:||6 cylinders 4.2 Liter, 2 Stromberg carburetors|
|Transmission:||4 speed manual|
|Color interior:||Black, with Black top|
|Wheels:||Chrome Wire Wheels|
|Tires:||Michelin 185/15 Redlines|
|Other 1:||Body Number: 4R7017|
(SOLD) This 1970 E-Type Roadster is an attractive and exceptional stock example that is presented in a spectacular color combination of Silver and Black, complimented by a Black convertible top. The Roadster has received a professional restoration by Jaguar professionals, and features a number of new additions including a new exhaust system, new shocks, and a fully restored wooden steering wheel. To insure optimal performance, the Roadster has received a comprehensive servicing by the team at Classic Showcase. The XKE's interior is completed in black, and features bucket seats, Smiths instrumentation, a restored wood steering wheel, and a period-correct AM-FM/Cassette stereo, spare tire and jack. This E-Type is wonderful example that not only looks and drives great, but is an affordable and sound choice for the new E-Type collector or enthusiast looking to experience what only the Jaguar E-Type can deliver!
While the Series II E-type was more radically altered than its interim predecessor, the essential construction remained the same and the body work differed only in detail. Modifications were made to the front of the bonnet, increasing the size considerably, the headlamp scoops were altered so that the inner walls now splayed inwards and the side/flasher were rather larger and positioned below the raised bumper. The vehicle also received heavier front bumper blades, motif bar, front and rear overriders were changed, new square number plate at the rear, a different grille was used in the rear of the bonnet bulge, and the washer jets were finished in satin chrome to avoid the risk of dangerous reflections. Reclining seats were fitted to the Series II cars as well as head rests that were adjustable for height. This Jaguar was purchased by its original owner in England where the owner had an experience of a life time driving it around Europe before having it imported to the US through Jaguar.