Selling a 1973 Jaguar E Type
The timeless elegance, uncompromising power, and impeccable handling of the Jaguar E Type has made it one of the most sought-after British sports cars of all times. In fact, the Jaguar E Type is a permanent exhibit at the Smithsonian museum in Washington, D.C. and continues to be praised in articles relating to iconic car design and automotive styling. If you’re the owner of a 1973 Jaguar E Type and are thinking about selling your classic, there are a number of factors to take into consideration prior to the sale. First, in order to have a pleasant selling experience, you must come to terms with the reason for your sale. The last thing you want to do is regret your decision five years down the road. You’ll also want to prepare for the sale by having your car inspected by a third-party mechanic – particularly if you car is in working condition. This may seem like your putting the cart before the horse, but this inspection may uncover some little items that could be fixed that would increase the value of your E Type. Having a pre-sale inspection will also allow you to make a rational decision on pricing, as you will have a complete and thorough understanding of the car’s current condition.
1973 Jaguar E Type Seller’s Guide
Another important aspect of any 1973 Jaguar E Type Seller’s Guide is to ensure the car is ready to be viewed by potential buyers. This may sound silly, but if you can’t even get into the garage to see the car, how are you going to sell it? The exception here would be a barn find or rolling chassis that is physically unable to be moved and would need a tow-truck to be transported. Lastly, even though these late model Series 3 cars received some rust protection, they can still be prone to rusting depending on their condition and location in the country. Having current photographs of problem rust areas can help buyers make a proper decision. Some areas to look for rust include the underbelly, the floorboards, the doorsills, and the wheel wells.
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For more informative Seller’s Tips like these for your 1973 Jaguar E Type, the Alex Manos team encourages you to contact them today. They are always in the market to purchase classics of all makes, models and conditions for their collection, and would love to learn more about your classic. Should it become a car they are interested in, they are happy to offer top-dollar, in cash. They will also arrange for pickup from any location in the United States. What do you have to lose? Connect today to learn more.