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For its size the E-type isn’t particularly roomy or comfortable, but the 2+2 still remains Jaguar’s roomiest sportster yet, and that side rear door – which returned on the current XK – offers a surprising degree of practicality. Few will use an E-type as a daily driver so fuel economy is largely unimportant.
Private sale of my 1974 Jaguar E Type V12 OTS, Signal Red with black hide and carpets. UK car, RHD with manual gearbox. 32,500 miles from new, verified. Matching numbers and Jaguar Heritage certificate.