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This one-owner E-Type has survived 46 years with only 26,000 original miles!
With its timeless design and European sportiness, the Jaguar E-Type is a must have for any serious collector, but for discerning collector who desire only the best of the best, it’s hard to imagine anything better than this 1974 Jaguar E-Type Roadster. With just a single owner since new and only 26,271 actual miles, this drop-top Jag was featured during Barrett-Jackson’s Online Only May 2020 Auction where it found a new home for $60,500.
You can’t go wrong with any E-Type, but opting for a Series 3 model like this one brings with it the 5.3-liter V12. Even better, this engine is paired with the E-Type’s four-speed manual gearbox making it incredibly fun to drive car, and it is equipped with extremely desirable options such as the wire wheels, power steering and air conditioning.
This E-Type has been repainted in its original shade of Green Sand and it wears a newer, more durable soft top, but other than that, this car is as original as the day it was built. In addition to the original condition, this 1974 Jaguar E-Type Roadster is painted in a rare shade called Green Sand with an equally interesting interior color called Tobacco. Factoring the low mileage, unique color combination and the E-Types undisputed beauty, this 1974 Jaguar E-Type Roadster would be the perfect addition to any collection.
Barrett-Jackson’s Online Only May 2020 Auction concluded on May 17, and someone definitely added a gem to their collection with this incredibly original and low-mileage 1974 Jaguar E-Type Roadster.