Many classic car collectors and Jaguar enthusiasts are drawn to the Jaguar E Type, as it is simply one of the most iconic designs to come from the British car market. Often considered one of the most sought-after luxury sports cars of the 1960s and 1970s, its timeless elegance, undeniable power, and impeccable handling continues to draw collectors from across the globe. In fact, the Jaguar E Type is a permanent exhibit at the Smithsonian museum in Washington, D.C. Part of the Series 3 Jaguar Type E cars, the 1973 Jaguar E Type was one of the last production runs for the series. These late model E Types are very desirable because they feature all the advancements and styling changes that happened over the course of more than a decade of production. For many Jaguar purists and enthusiasts, this is the ultimate. Whether you’re looking for a fully restored showroom condition E Type for your collection or would consider an unfinished restoration project that you can complete yourself, The Beverly Hills Car Club has their finger on the pulse of the classic car market and can assist you in finding the ideal car to meet your needs and exceed your expectations.
Much like any classic car, there are specific Buyer’s Tips for the 1973 Jaguar E Type that can help you when searching for the right car. Unfortunately, rust is one of the major concerns on these British sports cars. Proper inspection for rust should include placing the car on a lift to check the underbelly, as well as a thorough inspection of common rust-prone areas such as the wheel wells, floorboards, doorsills, and around the front windshield. Cars that have been in accidents or have had body repair will also be prone to rust in those repair areas. While parts and body panels can be relatively easy to find, they can often be expensive. For this and other reasons, The Beverly Hills Car Club recommends purchasing the best E Type you can for the money. Purchasing a “cheap” Jaguar E Type can often result in an endless pit of restoration and repair. These are just a few of the Buyer’s Tips that The Beverly Hills Car Club has learned over their years of experience in the classic car market. They are happy to share these and more with their clients and potential buyers and look forward to helping you find the 1973 Jaguar E Type you desire.
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