Ten E-type Jags find new homes
The stunning Jaguar E-types pictured below all found new owners at H&H’s auction at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford, on 12 October.
It was a red-letter day for two of the cars in particular. One had been left in a barn to gather dust and the other had been parked under a holly bush for years. The barn-find 1964 Jaguar E-type 3.8 coupé sold for £80,800, significantly above its pre-sale estimate of £35,00045,000 and the bush-find, a 1966 E-type 4.2 roadster, went for £68,640. Its presale estimate was a conservative £55,000-65,000.