The world of classic cars is often thought to be a saturated market, and the e types for sale is no exception to this rule. However, with careful research and a thorough understanding of the differences between the three series, it is possible to find a car that’s just right for you.
The first series – the Series 1 – can command a high premium in the open market, with rusty examples starting at PS44,000, and good ones achieving PS200,000. If you can afford to spend this much on a classic car, then it’s worth looking at the E-Type.
Choosing the right E-Type for you is as much about how it drives as it is about its heritage, and you’ll need to know what to look out for in terms of how it’s been restored, as well as any damage that may have been caused by accident. We recommend looking at a range of examples to see which you like, and to help identify any problems that could impact on how enjoyable your experience is going to be.
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In our opinion, the best E-Types are usually in a very good condition and have been well cared for over the years. As with any classic vehicle, it’s vital to inspect the bodywork to check that there are no areas of rust or any other damage which could weaken it or even lead to a complete breakdown of the chassis.
The Series 2 E-Type is a little more affordable than the Series 1, but still offers a great deal of variation in price depending on its condition. Typically, a functional Series 2 will cost around PS50,000 to PS70,000, while Series 2 Roadsters can demand a higher price point depending on their heritage and history.