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Jaguar E-Type FHC SIII grey

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Make Jaguar
Model E-Type FHC SIII grey
Type coupe
Construction year 1971
KM 91264
Cilinder displacement 5300
Gears manual
Steering left hand drive
(from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia).The Jaguar E-Type (UK) or XK-E (US) is a British automobile manufactured by Jaguar between 1961 and 1975. Its combination of good looks, high performance, and competitive pricing established the marque as an icon of 1960s motoring. A great success for Jaguar, over seventy thousand E-Types were sold during its lifespan. In March 2008, the Jaguar E-Type ranked first in Daily Telegraph list of the "100 most beautiful cars" of all time. In 2004, Sports Car International magazine placed the E-Type at number one on their list of Top Sports Cars of the 1960s. Series III A new 5.3 L 12-cylinder Jaguar V12 engine was introduced, with uprated brakes and standard power steering. The short wheelbase FHC body style was discontinued and the V12 was available only as a convertible and 2+2 coupé. The convertible used the longer-wheelbase 2+2 floorplan. It is easily identifiable by the large cross-slatted front grille, flared wheel arches and a badge on the rear that proclaims it to be a V12. There were also a very limited number of 4.2 litre six-cylinder Series 3 E-Types built. These were featured in the initial sales literature. It is believed these are the rarest of all E-Types of any remaining. In 2008 a British classic car enthusiast assembled what is surely the last ever E-Type from parts bought from the end-of-production surplus in 1974.[14] Graham[12] lists production at 15,290. Characteristics. Body : length/width/height/wheelbase – cm (in) : 478/168/131/267 (188.2/66.1/51.6/105.1); weight : 1515 kg (3280 lbs). Engine : V12 5343 cc (326 cid), front-mounted, 4 Stromberg carbs, 4-speed, manual, rear-wheel drive. Power : 276 bhp @ 5850 rpm. Top speed : 245 km/h (151 mph).
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