EUR 118.450

JAGUAR - E-TYPE SIII (1971-1975) - S3 V12 Cabrio


Marca JAGUAR Tipo di auto Cabrio/Roadster Guida Sinistra
Modello E-TYPE SIII (1971-1975) Condizione Restaurato Trazione Posteriore
Versione S3 V12 Cabrio Carburante Benzina Cambio Automatico
Anno 1971 KM 78623 Colore Altro
Marca JAGUAR KM 78623
Modello E-TYPE SIII (1971-1975) Guida Sinistra
Versione S3 V12 Cabrio Carburante Benzina
Tipo di auto Cabrio/Roadster Trazione Posteriore
Condizione Restaurato Cambio Automatico
Anno 1971 Colore Altro
Modello E-TYPE SIII (1971-1975)
Versione S3 V12 Cabrio
Anno 1971
Tipo di auto Cabrio/Roadster
Condizione Restaurato
Guida Sinistra
Trazione Posteriore
Carburante Benzina
Cambio Automatico
KM 78623
Colore Altro


JAGUAR E-Type V12 S3 Cabrio


The Jaguar E-Type, or Jaguar XK-E for the North American Market, is a model produced by Jaguar Cars, three generations of which were built between 1961 and 1974. The E-Type revolutionized the design, performance and handling of sports cars. The price was a lot lower than that of the competing models, so sales were high. In fourteen years, more than 70,000 copies were sold. The Jaguar E-Type is in first place in the "Top of sports cars of the 60s" list.

After Jaguar had achieved a number of successes with the Jaguar D-Type at the "24 Hours of Le Mans" in the 1950s, it was decided to develop a new sports car to replace the Jaguar XK150. The E-Type was given a revolutionary body design, by Malcolm Sayer, who had previously designed aircraft for the Bristol Aeroplane Company. The curves and notches were not just for decoration, but were carefully calculated aerodynamic shapes. Sayer's secret weapon was to stick strings of wool on the car to study the airflow when the car was in the wind tunnel.

Built  from 1971 to 1974, the Series III received the new Jaguar 5.3-litre V12 under the bonnet (272 HP), along with improved brakes and power steering as standard. The FHC was discontinued and the Series 3 was only available as an OTS convertible and 2+2 coupé. The OTS also used the extended chassis of the 2+2. The Series 3 further distinguished itself with a different radiator grille, rimmed wheel arches, and V12 on the trunk emblem.


Collection by Vermant is pleased to be able to offer you a unique copy. This Jaguar E-Type V12 convertible has been in the hands of the second owner for more than 21 years. It is still completely in original, but exceptional condition. The bodywork and interior are well cared for and look beautiful. However, the entire mechanics were taken care of, such as the engine, automatic transmission, brakes, suspension and other parts. This Jaguar has matching numbers and also has the original E-Type hardtop. It is also important that it bears the chassis number 65, one of the first Series III models.

He has Belgian papers, owns the original manual and the original service booklet, together with a pack of maintenance invoices.


You won't find a second one of this Jaguar E-Type, the "Cult car" from the 60s-70s, in this state and history!



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