Selling a 1968 Jaguar E Type 2+2 Coupe
One of the most iconic British sports cars ever manufactured, the world renowned Jaguar E Type would stay true to its original design and curvature over its thirteen-year production run; however, Jaguar would bring about several notable changes throughout the period. The 1967 and 1968 model years for the E Type are quite interesting. During this time, the American market was faced with tougher emissions and safety regulations, which left automakers struggling to adapt to the changes as quickly as possible. The American market was one of Jaguar’s strongest. The 1968 Jaguar E Type 2+2 Coupe would be part of the Series 1 ½ models; an unofficial designation that would signify the models that were in limbo before all the changes were rolled out in 1969. The elimination of sloping glass over the headlights, changes to the carburetors and intake manifold and the adaptation of rocker switches and a collapsible steering column were just some of the changes. If you’re looking to sell your 1968 Jaguar E Type 2+2 Coupe, you are probably aware of some of these features on your car.
1968 Jaguar E Type 2+2 Coupe Seller’s Guide
Educated buyers will understand that because the 1968 Jaguar E Type 2+2 Coupe is included within the Series 1 ½ models, parts can be difficult to find. Buyers will want to find the most complete version of the 1968 Jaguar 2+2 Coupe they can within their budget. If your model is complete, be sure to advertise this selling feature. Secondly, as with all classics of this era, rust can be an issue. Always allow your serious potential buyers to hire a third-party inspection and to place the car on a lift to view and inspect the underbelly and chassis. Whether you’re Jaguar E Type is a mint condition model worthy of the next concours d’elegance show or a rolling chassis in need of complete restoration, the Alex Manos team, a California classic car dealership, looks forward to hearing from you.
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Their team of professionals is always in the market to add new classics to their growing inventory. They have a reputation for fair and honest car deals and will offer you top dollar in cash. Furthermore, with industry connections across the country, they can inspect and pick up your 1968 Jaguar E Type 2+2 Coupe from any location in the United States, including Alaska. Connect with them today to learn more. They look forward to hearing from you soon.