Selling a 1969 Jaguar E Type
To be in compliance with new United States safety and emissions regulations, the Jaguar brand had to make some changes to the Jaguar E Type. Their iconic classic would receive a number of these changes over the 1967 and 1968 model-years; however, all changes would be implemented in 1969 with the launch of the Series 2 cars. The 1969 Jaguar E Type can often be recognized immediately by it larger front grille opening and the repositioning of the front signal lights. Not as noticeable, other changes included a change to rocker switches as a safety precaution over toggle switches, factory option air conditioning, and a new hexagonal knock-off nut on the wheels that now required a special socket to remove. Lastly, radial tires and upgraded brakes were also added and were made standard equipment from 1969 on. Because this was the release of the Series 2 cars, this model-year was highly anticipated. If you’re the proud owner of a 1969 Jaguar E Type that has been completely restored or recently found a poor condition E Type sitting abandoned in a barn, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to speak with you about your Jaguar.
1969 Jaguar E Type Seller’s Guide
Similar to the previous years, the 1969 Jaguar E Type was offered as a Roadster, a Fixed Head Coupe, and a Fixed Head Coupe 2+2. The Roadster was, and continues to be, the most popular of the Jaguar E Type models. To make a proper Seller’s Guide for the Jaguar E Type would be quite difficult, as there are so many factors that play a role in the sale of a classic. However, one of the easiest ways to kill a deal is to overprice your classic. It is imperative that you take into consideration recent sales and auctions, which you can find by doing some quick online research, any that you give a fair assessment of your classic’s condition. Secondly, because you will likely be dealing with buyers from across the country, having updated photographs and quick access to all documentation regarding ownership history, maintenance and repairs can be key. Selling a classic car like the Jaguar E Type on your own can be a full-time job. To avoid the hassle, connect with the Alex Manos team today to learn more about their sales process. They are always looking for new classics of all makes, models and conditions, and would be happy to offer you top-dollar for your Jaguar. Furthermore, they make all offers in cash and will arrange to pick up your classic from any location in the country. Their team makes selling your classic as easy as picking up the phone.
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