Selling a 1971 Jaguar E Type
Officially launching the Series 3 models of the Jaguar E Type, the 1971 model-year was widely anticipated and brought about many changes to this iconic sports car. The 1971 Jaguar E Type featured a new 5.3L, twelve-cylinder engine, which was matched with upgraded brakes to accommodate for new power behind the wheel. Power steering, which was previously just a factory option, also became standard during 1971. Much to the surprise of consumers, the Jaguar brand also ended the short-wheelbase Fixed Head Coupe. Instead, they would focus their efforts on the Roadster convertible and the 2+2 Coupe. Both of these models used the longer wheelbase and would save greatly on production costs. The outward appearance of the 1971 E Type also changed slightly, with the addition of a larger cross-slatted front grille, larger flares in the wheel arches, and – as was expected – a badge on the rear signifying the new V12 engine. If that was not enough, inside the car a newly revised steering wheel, reclining seats, door panels and center console made the cabin more luxurious.
1971 Jaguar E Type Seller’s Guide
The decision to sell your 1971 Jaguar E Type can be a difficult one. Perhaps you have a child going to college soon and need the extra funds. Maybe you’ve taken on a new restoration project and need more room in the garage. Maybe you’re charged with selling off the estate of a loved one. No matter what your reason for selling, the team at Alex Manos understands the importance these cars have had in their owner’s lives and will work tirelessly to make sure your experience is a pleasant and positive one. Having provided countless clients with the Seller’s Tips and Seller’s Guides they need to be productive, it would be their pleasure to discuss your particular 1971 Jaguar E Type with you. As a California classic car dealership with a reputation for excellent customer service and care, their team is also capable of purchasing your car and adding it to their collection. You see, they are happy to offer you top-dollar, in cash for your classic on the spot. They can also arrange for pickup from anywhere in the country and have a network of classic car professionals across the country that can help facilitate inspections and more. Let the Alex Manos team make your next selling experience an unparalleled one.
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