JAGUAR E-TYPE V12 5.3 LITRE

Subtitle 1971 - 1975

Peter Crespin
Price $25.00
Description Description
Buying a car is an expensive business and mistakes can prove costly financially and in time, effort and stress. Wouldn't it be great if you could take an expert with you? With the aid of this book's step-by-step guidance from a marque specialist, you can!  You'll discover all you need to know about the car you want to buy. 

By giving their fabulous E-type the incredible new V12 engine, Jaguar succeeded in grabbing the headlines once more, with an unsurpassed combination of performance and style at an unbeatable price that simply blew the opposition away. Thirty years later, the Series 3 E-type can still turn heads like no other and this book seeks to demystify these legendary cars and make them accessible to buyers who until now might have assumed such a car was beyond their practical or financial means. Working step-by-step through the car’s strengths and weaknesses you’ll avoid buying a lemon and join the ranks of film stars and others who have sampled the delight of V12 E-type motoring. Nothing else comes close.

This book's unique points system will help you to place the car's value in relation to condition whilst extensive photographs illustrate the problems to look out for. This is an important investment - don't buy a V12 E Type without this book's help.
Format:
Format Trade Paperback 64 Pages
ISBN:
ISBN 9781845840778
Size:
Size5.47 in x 7.67 in x 0.25 in / 138.94 mm x 194.82 mm x 6.35 mm
Published:
Published Date May 30th, 2007
Peter Crespin
A medical writer by profession, Peter Crespin has written seven books about Jaguars and contributed articles to various car and motorcycle magazines over the last three decades. He’s a year-round motorcyclist and ex-racer when he’s not driving his supercharged Daimler or E-type convertible around the UK and Europe. A committed do-it-yourself fan, Peter has restored dozens of classic bikes and worked on more than fifteen Jaguars. Trained to IAM standard for both cars and motorcycles, he was a contributor and cartoonist for British Bike Mechanics/British Bike Magazine.
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