The style icon of the 60s and 70s: The Jaguar E-Type
– 270HP from the legendary 5.4 liter naturally aspirated V12 engine
– Light blue paint with a neat dark blue leather interior
– Manual gearbox
– Left hand drive
– 1 owner in Germany
– Total mileage of 83.000 Km as read
– Mechanical Belmog Twinmaster odometer
– Air conditioning
– The technical condition requires some attention
– German registration, admission as historic vehicle + valid technical control (MOT) until 06/2023
The essence of automotive beauty
No other than Enzo Ferrari called the E-Type the most beautiful car ever made, and even if beauty is always in the eye of the beholder, not too many people would have contradicted him since. The debut of the XK-E, called “E-Type”, in 1961 was nothing short of a sensation. Its unrivalled elegant styling was complemented by plenty of power, and all of that at a relatively moderate price.
Over the years, the successful model was modified in several ways: From the spring of 1966 there was a 2 + 2-seater version with an extended wheelbase. In 1967, the headlight covers fell victim to American safety regulations. On the engine side, there were six-cylinder engines with 3.8 and later 4.2 litres, and as of 1971, twelve-cylinder motors to choose from. Production of the compact two-seaters ceased in 1971, the so-called Series III was only offered as a 2+2-seater.
A classic of superlatives, that’s all there is to it.