Jaguar E-Type 1964 Discovered In A Dilapidated Garage


A Jaguar E-Type 1964 is a terrible thing to waste. When a family in England inherited a house with an old garage they decided to take a look around and that’s where they found the classic car.


It was later bought at auction by the Imperial War Museum at Duxford for about 35-45 thousand pounds ($46,000-$60,000).


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