A Jaguar E-Type Coupe and one XK120 have been found

A Jaguar E-Type Coupe and one XK120 have been found

Classic sports cars are in the mind of a lot of people, for sure. Many of us would like to own a vehicle, like for example, the Jaguar E-Type. At the same time, there are people who own them, but do not appreciate their qualities or value keeping them locked up in different places for no one to see and enjoy them. The model you can see in the photo gallery is a royal-blue 1961 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 which lives in a barn ever since 1974 until last month when Coys Auction house discovered it in France. The specialists are really pleased with their find and are sure that a lot of Jaguar fans and enthusiasts will decide to invest in a car like this. According to them, despite the conditions it has been kept in, the car looks great, or at least this is what Chris Routledge, Managing Partner at Coys declared. The mechanic of the owner said the he started it 5 years ago, but it can still be switched on now. Because the barn it was kept in was really dry, the vehicle continues to look very solid, the doors shut really nice and there is nothing bad we can say about the bonnet gap, the man added. If we take a look inside, we see a really great preserved content. Under the hood it hides a 3.8-liter twin cam engine capable of generating 265 BHP which together with a Moss 4-speed transmission transfers the output to the rear wheels. The model will be auctioned on the 26th of October in the UK, but a lot of other models found recently will be presented in the same day. Another impressive finding, a 1951 Jaguar XK120 Roadster equipped with a 3.4-liter twin overhead camshaft engine capable of generating 160 BHP will be sold as well. the estimated price for it reaches GBP15.000 to GBP25.000.