1973 Jaguar E-TYPE V12 2+2 Coupe

1973 Jaguar E-TYPE V12 2+2 Coupe

Our Price $29,995

Retail Value $38,000

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Exterior
WHITE
Interior
RED Leather
Engine
Original 326 CID V12
Transmission
Automatic
Drivetrain
Rear wheel drive
Mileage
60,225
VIN
UD1S74604
Warranty
AS-IS Extended Available
Stock
C0237

Ever-tightening U.S. emission regulations were threatening the very existence of the E-type at the dawn of the '70s. The 4.2-liter XK straight-six was at the end of its development so a bore or stroke increase was out of the question. The 5.3-liter aluminum V-12 that was under development at Jaguar seemed to be the answer. It weighed less than the venerable XK six and produced slightly more horsepower than the six had in three carb Series I form.

For the V-12 Series III, Jaguar dropped the two-seater coupe and offered only the 2+2 coupe and the convertible, the latter sharing the 2+2’s long wheelbase. Flared wheel arches and an even bigger, busier grille than the Series II rounded out the cosmetic changes. Performance was roughly restored to Series I levels but the car was far less sporting in nature. Still, it could have been remembered better had it not been produced at one of the worst times for the British auto industry. Series III quality control was less than ideal and the cars acquired a reputation for unreliability. All of the things that afflicted the cars when new can be addressed today (and in fact, most have been over the years) but old perceptions die hard. A Series III E-type does, however, get you into top down V-12 motoring for a fraction of the cost of a comparable Ferrari.

This one is in pretty good shape inside and out with a freshly tuned up engine that starts easily and stays running without effort.  Just fire it up and go wherever you would like.  Hagerty values these cars between $28,000 - $42,000 for Fair - Good condition and this one is closer to Good than it is Fair.  Financing is available through Lightstream and trades are welcome.

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