Selling a 1963 Jaguar E Type
The 1963 Jaguar E Type, which first saw its introduction to the world at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show, attracted the most affluent and fashionable buyers of the era. Faster and more luxurious than the MG and Triumph sports cars of the day, the Jaguar E Type, or XKE, was also faster and less expensive than even the Ferrari models it competed with. Capable of offering more than 150mph, the Jaguar pushed the limits of even the supercars of the 1960s with its 3.8L six-cylinder engine. This performance, paired with unparalleled classic beauty, helped sell more than 77,000 XKE models over its 13-year production period. If you’re looking to sell your 1963 Jaguar E Type, you’ve come to the right place. Not only is the Alex Manos team available to help you authenticate and evaluate your Jaguar, they are always on the lookout for new classics to add to their collection and are happy to offer top-dollar, in cash for European and American classics of all makes, models and conditions. No matter what your reason for selling, their team would be delighted to speak with you about your particular model.
1963 Jaguar E Type Seller’s Guide
Because the 1963 Jaguar E Type is one of the most sought-after British sports cars on the classic car market, buyers are looking for all types of models to use for everyday drivers, restoration projects and collector items. As you prepare for the sale, one of the biggest Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team can offer you is to do your research on recent sales and auctions. This will not only help you price your Jaguar E Type, but it will also give you leverage for negotiation. Secondly, have your car ready for the sale. If you’re selling a barn find, rolling chassis or unfinished restoration, be sure to have the garage cleaned out so buyers can view the classic. Also be sure to set aside any parts or components that come with the sale. This includes any documentation on past owners, maintenance or restoration. Much of this is the same if you’re selling a pristine or mint-condition E Type. As with all classics, you should expect buyers to want to have a third-party inspection, as well as a test-drive if applicable.
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Before you go through the hassle of advertising your 1963 Jaguar E Type online, connect with the Alex Manos team by calling their California classic car dealership today. It would be their pleasure to make you an offer on your E Type that you can’t refuse. They look forward to hearing from you soon and to helping you find a new home for your Jaguar.