Now available by The Motor Masters is a 1970 Jaguar XKE Coupe for sale. It’s hard to know where to start with this 1970 Jaguar E-Type. To the most people, it’s merely one of the most beautiful things ever made by man. Yet to Jaguar enthusiasts, it’s more important to know the tech facts: 4.2-liter six (matching-numbers), 4-speed gearbox, and no issues underneath. The truth is, you really can’t separate the beauty from the hardware, and perhaps that’s been Jaguar’s secret all along.
While some purists might not like this version of the Jaguar, the bottom line is that it still makes you take a moment when you see it. If this isn’t the definition of gorgeous, I don’t know what is. Covering it in stunning Red paint only enhances the look and it’s really hard to resist running your fingertips along the sinuous flanks of this slick cat. Paint and bodywork are quite nicely done and it helped that the car underneath was in really good shape to begin with. The hood fits well, the doors have a light, effortless feel and close with a pleasant sound, and the gaps are quite good throughout, so someone spent the time to line it all up properly. Chrome is well-placed and restrained, but elegant, and you’ll note that the bumpers fit flush to the bodywork, the trim around the windows shine up nicely, and there are four new shiny exhaust pipes poking out from under the rear bumper. This car simply doesn’t have a bad angle.
Inside, black leather is fitted and nothing looks more British than that. Recent seat covers look great and have just a bit of patina that makes them even more attractive than simple perfection, and the door panels, rear seat, and cargo area are all upholstered to match. Driving enthusiasts will be delighted to see the 4-speed manual shifter in the center instead of the automatic, and the classic, elegant, and simple Smiths gauges remind you that this isn’t an average car.
This 1970 Jaguar XKE Coupe 4.2 Liter Inline 6 Cylinder Engine Matching Numbers, Factory 4-Speed Manual Transmission, Factory Chrome Wire Wheels with Spinner Knockoffs, New Stainless Exhaust with Chrome Tips. All New Seat Covers, Carpet, Rubbers and Sill Trim, Original Jack & Hammer, Great Owner History Back to the 70’s, Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust paperwork. Mechanically All Systems are in Great Functioning Order. Car drives GREAT!!! Older Paint Done Approximately 15 Years Ago but Shows Well. Car Has Been in Texas Most of Life. Very Solid & Great Driving Car.
This is a BEAUTIFUL Classic Jaguar and these are becoming more scarce. You don’t want to miss out on this one. Give us a call TODAY!