The 1974 Jaguar E Type was the last year of production for the world-renowned Jaguar E Type series and offered all the styling, technical and mechanical changes that had come to life over more than thirteen-years of production. Potential buyers who are looking to purchase an E Type often choose the 1974 for this reason. Offering the widely popular V12 engine, complete compliance with all U.S. safety and emissions standards, Jaguar’s renowned styling and elegance, and a more luxurious and comfortable interior, buyers both then and now praised the 1974 model as being one of Jaguar’s finest. The 1974 Jaguar E Type was also available in the 2+2 configuration. While this configuration was not an instant hit during its release several years prior, the 2+2 became more popular as the years went on. From mint condition 1974 E Type examples to unfinished restoration projects and rolling chassis, The Beverly Hills Car Club, a California classic car dealership based in Los Angeles, can assist you in finding the E Type you desire. They have their finger on the pulse of the classic car market and enjoy sharing their expertise and expertise with clients.
Ironically, the initial sales literature for the Jaguar E Type Series 3 cars offered a six-cylinder engine, yet a very limited amount of V6 Series 3 Type E cars were ever built. The V12 engine was the preferred favorite and was featured in most of the Series 3 cars. During your search, keep an eye out for these limited cars, as they can be valuable because of their rarity. Other items to look out for that will add value over time include: the upgraded wire wheels, air conditioning, an optional hardtop for the Roadster, or the heated back window for the Coupe. Any combination of these items can raise the value of the Jaguar E Type when and if you decide to sell. These are just some of the Buyer’s Tips that The Beverly Hills Car Club has learned over their years of experience in the classic car industry. From mint-condition Jaguar E Types to Porsche, Mercedes, Austin-Martin, Rolls Royce and Bentley, their team of experts can help you find the car you desire – no matter what its condition.
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