Selling a 1970 Jaguar E Type 2+2 Coupe
If you’re thinking about selling your 1970 Jaguar E Type 2+2 Coupe, you’ve come to the right place. The Alex Manos team, specialists in the purchase and sale of classic cars of all makes, models and conditions, is happy to provide the Seller’s Tips and Guides that you need to be successful in today’s classic car market. The Jaguar E Type is one of the most iconic British sports cars and was widely popular during its time. First introduced at the Geneva Auto Show in 1961, the E Type offered distinguished elegance paired with sports performance and affordable pricing. An instant classic, the E Type had huge appeal in the American and European markets and would see a lifespan of more than thirteen-years. The Series 2 models, released from 1969 to 1971, can be identified by the absence of glass covers on the headlights, larger air intake grille, repositioned larger front indicators, taillights found below the bumpers and upgraded brakes. Many of these changes were implemented due to the safety and emissions regulations brought about by the United States in the late 1960s. These are just a few of the features that you can market to potential buyers to help differentiate your 2+2 Coupe from the others.
1970 Jaguar E Type 2+2 Coupe Seller’s Guide
The 1970 Jaguar E Type 2+2 Coupe ran alongside a Roadster and two-seater Fixed Head Coupe. The introduction of the 2+2 Coupe was Jaguars attempt at making the sports car more “family friendly.” While it got off to a slow start, interest in the 2+2 Coupe picked up over the years and it would become one of the more popular versions of the E Type in later years. Today, classic car buyers and enthusiasts appreciate the Jaguar E Type 2+2 Coupe for its style and grace, performance, and overall ability to be a great everyday or occasional driver. Buyers, in most cases, will be looking for clean models with little rust and good mechanics. On the other hand, there will be some buyers looking for restoration projects and even rolling chassis that can serve as donor cars for other projects. No matter what condition your 1970 Jaguar E Type is in, be sure to contact the team at Alex Manos to help you determine the current value and condition.
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A California classic car dealership with a stellar reputation for fair and honest car deals, the Alex Manos team is always looking for new classics to add to their inventory; classics of all makes, models and conditions. With industry connections across the country, they can often inspect, purchase and pick up your classic from anywhere in the country within 48 hours of your initial inquiry. They pay top dollar in cash and will work to ensure your experience is nothing short of spectacular. To learn more, connect with their team today! They look forward to hearing from you and to learning more about your 1970 Jaguar E Type 2+2 Coupe.