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Marc Shiliro's Classic Cars
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1973 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster w/ hard top and 7,853 original miles - One owner survivor
Hello, I’m Marc Schiliro the owner of MS CLASSIC CARS.  You might recognize my name or my business name from the beautiful classic cars, trucks and motorcycles I’ve collected and sold nationally.  I’ve got over 25 years of classic vehicle experience and continue to learn more every day. I’ve learned a lot and I’m educated in many different makes and models ranging from the early 1900’s to current. I specialize in beautiful classic vehicles that are at a higher level of quality than most being advertised for sale. I only collect number one and number two condition vehicles that are already completed. We slightly redesign them, service them and detail them. I have also coordinated restorations from start to finish but don’t do this anymore. Over the years I’ve collected and sold over 600 classic vehicles which can be seen on the company website sold page. The vehicles are sold to previous customers, referrals and are sold from advertising on various websites, online auctions and live auctions. MS CLASSIC CARS has set over 50 world record prices on various makes and models that I’m very proud of.  We’ve featured many classic vehicles at different auctions across the United States. We’ve had many vehicles that have been featured in multiple magazines and multiple websites. Please note, I’m not bragging, I’m just confident. I consider myself to be an expert in the classic car business and would like to put my experience to work for you.

The MS CLASSIC CARS showroom is located in Seekonk, Massachusetts. This location was established in 2012. The MS CLASSIC CARS service department and multiple storage facilities are also located in Seekonk, Massachusetts.  The MS CLASSIC CARS operations are closed to the public.  A private viewing of a vehicle can be made scheduled by appointment Monday through Friday.  The MS CLASSIC CARS inventory consists of roughly 50 classic cars and trucks that we own, service and detail.  We’re the only dealership in the country that services every vehicle we sell and documents it with an invoice. I stand behind every vehicle we sell.  Each vehicle is presented with a detailed description, 150+ high quality photos and a video.  We don’t offer consignments.  When you call you deal directly with me. I know each vehicle well and will go over the vehicle of your interest in full detail.  I’ll also assist you with any other needs such as trades, financing, insurance or enclosed shipping.  I promise to make the process from start to finish easy and enjoyable.  I take a lot of pride in this business and our reputation reflects that.  I appreciate the opportunity to earn your business.  “MS CLASSIC CARS isn’t just another dealer.  MS CLASSIC CARS is a brand.”

To learn more about the MS CLASSIC CARS team please visit the company website “About US” page. Thank you.

Sincerely,
Marc Schiliro – The owner

I've been collecting classic cars and trucks for over 25 years now and have seen a lot happen. I've seen the hobby continue to grow not only on the internet and auctions but also with the amount of television shows, magazines and websites that are related to classic cars in some form or another. I strongly believe the classic car market is a great place to invest in. When the economy is strong, the classic car market is extremely strong. When the economy isn't so strong the classic car market holds its own. I've sold classic cars and trucks in both economic conditions. The reason classic cars make such a great investment is because people are crazy about cars, especially classic cars.  These people aren’t just one age group but all different ages ranging from very young to very old.  It’s a very diverse market.  I've learned it's not just people in the United States but its people all over the world. 

Over the years I've noticed that the higher quality classic cars have always commanded a higher price. Even people who don't have any classic car experience can recognize and appreciate attention to detail. Over the last 20 years the overall market has been very strong and I believe it will continue to grow.  Certain classic cars prices are on the rise and others are on the decline.  It’s all about supply and demand, not about a good or bad economy.  The classic cars that are on the rise are the cars that a lot of people want but there aren’t many on the market for sale.  The classic cars that are on the decline are the cars that a lot of people don’t want anymore and there’s many on the market for sale. Of course, if the car is a rare model and spectacular it will command a higher price as I mentioned. Desirable factory correct classic cars that are documented with matching numbers always make solid investments.  Custom cars have remained strong because each car is different from the next one. They each have their own character and there worth what people are willing to pay. 

Prior to this business I was just a blue collar guy who was working full time at Viti Mercedes Benz located in Tiverton, RI. They’re recognized for being one of the best Mercedes Benz dealerships in the country for customer service.  I was very passionate about classic cars and trucks so I decided to sell them part time.  Although I had my used car dealer’s license I didn’t have my own dealership.  Overall things were going just fine but my dream was to open my own classic car and truck dealership.  I decided to give up my full time job with health insurance and a 401K to open a new classic and truck dealership.  I had to invest a ton of money to make that happen which required using my family’s savings and acquiring loans such as a home equity line of credit.  I also took on a lot of overhead that I didn’t have before.  The bottom line is I went all in.  Do you think I would’ve done all that if I didn’t think the classic car and truck market wasn’t going to remain strong?  “I’m putting my money where my mouth is”. Thank you.

Sincerely,
Marc Schiliro – The Owner

1973 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster w/ hard top and 7,853 original miles – One Owner Survivor


**THIS VEHICLE HAS BEEN CONSIGNED TO AN UPCOMING BRING-A-TRAILER ONLINE AUCTION. ONCE THE DETAILS HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED IT WILL BE UPDATED HERE.**


THIS IS THE MOST SPECIAL VEHICLE IN MS CLASSIC CARS HISTORY!


ONE OWNER SURVIVOR VEHICLE WITH ONLY 7,853 ORIGINAL MILES!


BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF AN ORIGINAL JAGUAR E-TYPE V12 ROADSTER- SERIES 3.


THIS CAR HAD A CLOSED HEADLIGHT CONVERSION IN 1974 WITH ORIGINAL JAGUAR PARTS WHICH IS DOCUMENTED WITH RECEIPTS. A CLOSED HEADLIGHT CONVERSION ON JAGUAR E-TYPE WAS UNHEARD OF DURING THAT TIME FRAME WHICH MAKES THIS CAR VERY SPECIAL.


Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate #68092 issued December 2, 2020 is included.


Signed and notarized letter regarding the vehicle history from the original owner is included.


Original title will be reassigned by MS CLASSIC CARS to the new owner.


Certified by Jaguar E-Type V12 expert Stew Jones of Stew Jones Restoration. A signed letter of validation from Stew Jones Restoration is included. 


Over 30 pieces of original documentation is included.


Over 15 pieces of original miscellaneous items are included.


This car retains its desirable original color combination of a Silver exterior and Black interior.


This car was ordered with tinted glass, chrome wire wheels, radial tires, air conditioning, stereo and 4-speed manual transmission which is documented on original Bill of Sale that is included.

 

This car has an original hard top that was purchased at dealership in 1973 which documented with Bill of Sale. Both the hard top and Bill of Sale are included.


This car is powered by the original matching numbers 5.3L V12 engine with 4-speed manual transmission. 

This car is one of the best Jaguar E-Type Survivors known to exist. The beautiful exterior trim is all original including the wire wheels. The beautiful interior is all original including the “like new” floor mats. The beautiful trunk compartment is all original including the spare wheel and tire. The beautiful engine compartment is nearly all original including the factory air conditioning. The beautiful undercarriage is nearly all original including the exhaust system. The undercarriage had Ziebart Auto Rustproofing in 1973 which is documented with a receipt which is included.

 

This car was fully serviced in 2020 by the original owner and everything is in great working order. It runs and drives amazing. They're only original once!


This amazing one owner 1973 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster w/ hard top and 7,853 original miles is one of the best survivors known to exist. This car had closed headlight conversion in 1974 with original parts which was unheard of during that timeframe and is documented with receipts that are included. A Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate #68092 was issued on December 2, 2020 and is included. The car was certified in December of 2020 by Jaguar E-Type V12 expert Stew Jones of Stew Jones Restoration and a signed letter of validation is included. Over 30 pieces of original documentation and 15 pieces of original miscellaneous items are included. The car retains its desirable original color combination of a Silver exterior and Black interior. This car was ordered with tinted glass, chrome wire wheels, radial tires, air conditioning, stereo and 4-speed manual transmission which is documented on the original Bill of Sale that is included.

The original hard top was purchased at the selling dealer new, which is also documented on the original Bill of Sale that is included. The car is powered by the original matching numbers 5.3L V12 engine with 4-speed manual transmission. This car is extremely original throughout and a wonderful example. They're only original once!

This car retains its original metal VIN tag on the driver’s windshield pillar, original VIN tag on the driver’s side door jam and the original body tag on the engine firewall. All of these tags are in excellent original condition. These tags match each other and the Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate. As all the information documents this vehicle was built on May 10th, 1973 as a Jaguar E-Type Series 3 V12 open two seater that was left hand drive. It had a Silver exterior, Black interior and 4-speed manual transmission. The date of dispatch was May 26th, 1973 and the original distributor was British Leyland, New York. The original dealer was not recorded on the Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate. As the original Bill of Sale from Bob Owens Sales documents this car was equipped with tinted glass, chrome wire wheels, radial tires, air conditioning and a stereo. It was purchased on September 13th by F. Robert Suchyta, MD. as the original bill of sale and first cash deposit slip document. As the second cash deposit slip and passport to service booklet documents the car was delivered on September 26th, 1973. On September 29th, 1973 F. Robert Suchyta took the car to Ziebart Auto Rustproofing located in Southfield, MI which is documented with a receipt. On August 15th, 1974 the car was taken in for a service at Bob Owens Sales and a note was made by the mechanic that the paint was popping on the bonnet. The dealership agreed to repaint the bonnet. F. Robert Suchyta decided since the bonnet was going to need to be repainted he wanted to do a closed headlight conversion like the earlier E-Type had. Although this was unheard of during that timeframe and required a significant amount of work the dealership agreed to do the job. On August 16th, 20th and 30th of 1974 F. Robert Suchyta purchased original parts required for the headlight conversion which is documented with receipts. Once the body work and parts were installed for the closed headlight conversion the bonnet had to be painted. Silver is a very hard car to blend and match so the dealership ended up respraying the entire car on the top surface. They fogged it into the door jams and towards the bottom of the car. They did not remove any trim on the exterior. Matter of fact there are still tape lines on some of the edges of the chrome trim and underneath the rear bumper. They also painted the lower rails Silver where the drip holes are to cover the black Ziebart Auto Rustproofing. F. Robert Suchyta was satisfied with the job when it was completed and enjoyed the car sparingly for many years. He always treated the car with TLC and stored it properly. Matter of fact, F. Robert Suchya cut a piece of carpet in the shape of the floor mats that he placed over both original floor mats to keep them as perfect as possible. In or around 1990 he stopped using the car with 7,840 original miles. The car sat in his storage facility with a car cover over it. In 2020, he decided to sell the car and prepared it for sale which included a full service. A list of everything he did is included. On November 23rd, 2020 he sold the car to MS CLASSIC CARS. A photo taken on November 25th, 2020 of F. Robert Suchyta, MD with the car at his facility is included. 

As quoted from Wikipedia:
“The Jaguar E-Type, or the Jaguar XK-E for the North American market, is a British sports car that was manufactured by Jaguar Cars LTD between 1961 and 1975. Its combination of beauty, high performance, and competitive pricing established the model as an icon of the motoring world. The E-Type's claimed 150 mph (241 km/h) top speed, sub-7-second 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) acceleration, unitary construction, disc brakes, rack-and-pinion steering, and independent front and rear suspension distinguished the car and spurred industry-wide changes. The E-Type was based on Jaguar's D-Type racing car , which had won the 24 Hours of Le Mans for three consecutive years beginning in 1955, and employed what was, for the early 1960s, a novel racing design principle, with a front subframe carrying the engine, front suspension and front bodywork bolted directly to the body tub. No ladder frame chassis, as was common at the time, was needed and as such the first cars weighed only 1315 kg (2900 lb). 

On its release on 15 March 1961 Enzo Ferrari called it "the most beautiful car ever made". In 2004, Sports Car International magazine placed the E-Type at number one on their list of Top Sports Cars of the 1960s.  In March 2008, the Jaguar E-Type ranked first in The Daily Telegraph online list of the world's "100 most beautiful cars" of all time. Outside automotive circles, the E-type received prominent placement in Diabolik comic series, Austin Powers films and the television series Mad Men. 

The E-Type Series 3 was introduced in 1971, with a new 5.3 L Jaguar V12 engine, uprated brakes and standard power steering. Optionally an automatic transmission, wire wheels and air conditioning were available. The LeMans-proven V12 was equipped with four Zenith carburettors, and as introduced produced a claimed 203 kW (272 hp), more torque, and a 0-60 mph acceleration of less than seven seconds. The short wheelbase FHC body style was discontinued, with the Series 3 available only as a convertible and 2+2 coupé.

The newly used longer wheelbase now offered significantly more room in all directions. The Series 3 is easily identifiable by the large cross-slatted front grille, flared wheel arches, wider tyres, four exhaust tips and a badge on the rear that proclaims it to be a V12. The first published road test of the series 3 was in Jaguar Driver, the club magazine of the Jaguar Drivers' Club, the only owners club to be officially sanctioned by Sir William Lyons and Jaguar themselves. The road test of a car provided by Jaguar was published ahead of all the national and international magazines.

Cars for the US market were fitted with large projecting rubber bumper over-riders (in 1973 these were on front, in 1974 both front and rear) to meet local 5 mph (8 km/h) impact regulations, but those on European models were considerably smaller. US models also have side indicator repeats on the front wings. There were also a very limited number of six-cylinder Series 3 E-Types built. These were featured in the initial sales procedure but the lack of demand stopped their production. The V12 Open Two Seater and V12 2+2 were factory fitted with Dunlop E70VR − 15-inch tyres on 15 × 6K wire or solid wheels.
Robson lists production at 15,290.”

MS CLASSIC CARS owner Marc Schiliro contacted the Jaguar Club of North America (JCNA) for assistance with this vehicle. The inquiry was responded to by Jaguar expert George Camp. George was very helpful and couldn’t believe our E-Type had a closed headlight conversion completed in 1974. He said, “Nobody was doing that in those days”. George said, “You need to contact Stew Jones, he’s the authority when it comes time to the E-type V12.” Stew Jones has Jaguar experience dating back to 1964. He opened Stew Jones restoration in 1977. Stew is an active member of the Jaguar Club of North America (JCNA) and the Jaguar Club of Southern New England (JCSNE). Stew has provided various material for the V12 judging manual for the JCNA over the years. Stew’s wife Karen Jones is a JCNA judge and Slalom Racing National Champion. Both Stew and Karen Jones are extremely well respected among the Jaguar community. Marc Schiliro immediately contacted Jaguar expert Stew Jones of Stew Jones Restoration located in Winsted, CT. Fortunately their facility is only a few hours away from MS CLASSIC CARS. Marc Schiliro spent some time talking to Stew Jones about this car and setup an appointment to have the car inspected. On December 30th, 2020 MS CLASSIC CARS loaded the car into their enclosed trailer and went to Stew Jones Restoration. Stew Jones and his staff welcomed Marc Schiliro, Chris Tansey and Corey Smiley from MS CLASSIC CARS with open arms. They first pulled the car into one of their buildings for a quick inspection. Then they drove the car for roughly three miles. Then they pulled the car into another one of their buildings for a long inspection. During this time they went over the car and taught the MS CLASSIC CARS team about the car and Jaguar E-Types in general. They were all very impressed with the overall originality and condition of the car. They said, “The car runs and drives like it should with no issues”. They also said, “We’re impressed with how dry everything is. Normally these cars have a lot of leaks throughout”. Matter of fact one of the Stew Jones Restorations staff members thought the floor mats and console might be reproduction pieces because they were so nice. After some research it was determined they were original which says a lot about the condition of this car. As an example, an email from Stew Jones in 2016 regarding the floor mats is included in the photo gallery. Some photos that were previously taken of Stew Jones and Stew Jones Restoration are also included in the photo gallery. If you google Stew Jones Restoration you’ll find some great articles including a video on Stew Jones and his company. Stew Jones of Stew Jones Restoration prepared a letter validating this car that was signed and included. MS CLASSIC CARS is proud to have a relationship with Stew Jones Restoration and look forward to working with them in the future. 

The exterior of this car is in extremely nice original condition. As mentioned above this car has a closed headlight conversion in 1974 which was unheard of during that timeframe. To complete the closed headlight conversion some minor bodywork had to be completed at the front of the bonnet. The Jaguar dealership did a very nice job making it all work. The body of this car is very nice throughout. When these bodies left the factory they weren’t straight with perfect gaps. When people restore Jaguar E-Types they do the bodies much better than the factory did. Stew Jones Restoration showed the MS CLASSIC CARS crew an E-Type that was taken to bare metal and on a rotisserie. That vehicles original body looked exactly like our car. They said, “We’re going to make this body much better than the factory did.” The car retains its original color of Silver which looks beautiful on this body. Since the closed headlight conversion was done the bonnet had to be repainted. The dealership did not strip any of the original paint or any of the original trim. Matter of fact there are still some tape marks on the edges of the trim and under the rear bumper. There’s also overspray on some of the gaskets if you look close enough. They actually resprayed the entire car so it would blend in nicely. They fogged in the paint into the bottom so a lot of the bottom side paint is original. Since the paint was fogged in the paint meter readings are very low in some areas which documents what they did. The paint on the car is 46 years old and has held up very well. It still presents very nicely and has recently been detailed to a brilliant shine by MS CLASSIC CARS. The paint does have some minor imperfections as expected after 46 years. Some of the minor paint chips throughout the body and jams show the original red primer which again documents what they did. The black soft top is in really nice condition with the exception of a 2” tear on the passenger side corner. The original black top was replaced under warranty when it was newer because of a tear in the same location. The original black soft top is included. This car is also equipped with an original Jaguar hard top that fits beautifully. This top was ordered and painted at the dealership when the car was new. A new hard top stand was ordered by MS CLASSIC CARS and included.  All of the original Triplex stamped tinted glass is extremely nice. The front windshield still has the original Triplex Laminated sticker on the lower center section which is rare to see. The sticker is in beautiful condition. The metal VIN tag on the driver’s side pillar under the windshield is in beautiful condition. The glass headlight covers also have the Triplex stamps. Everything on the exterior is in beautiful original condition such as the window trim, wipers, front grille, front bumper, rear bumper, rubber bumper guards, light bezels, light lenses, drivers mirror, door trim molding, door handles and antenna. This trim looks like it was recently restored. It's so nice. The car sits on the original 15” chrome wire wheels which are in stunning condition. Once again, they're so nice you’d think they’re new reproductions but they’re not. The wheels are wrapped with new Maxxis MA-1 M+S white wall P205-70R15 tires and new tubes. The four tires were dynamically balanced. The original four Dunlop SP Sport E70 VR15 Radial whitewall tires and tubes are included. The date codes on the tires line up with the build date range of the car. The tires have plenty of tread which would be expected with 7,800+ miles but have flat spots from sitting. 

The black interior of this car is also in extremely nice original condition. It’s amazing to think it’s almost 50 years old and all original. Nothing in the interior has been replaced or removed. The sun visors feel great and don’t fall down. The rear view mirror only shows slight patina on the outer edge. The dash, gauges, switches and knobs are in excellent condition. The glovebox opens and closes so nicely. The steering column still has the factory paint marks and sticker from the factory towards the lower section. The steering wheel is in beautiful condition with hardly any signs of wear. The VIN tag on the driver’s door jam is in beautiful condition. The Ziebart Auto Rust Proofing black tabs are in different locations in the door jams. The gasket on the driver’s side rocker was replaced because the original one tore when the original owner hit it with his foot. The gasket on the passenger’s side rocker is original. The door panels are beautiful with only a few wrinkles around the door handle. The chrome trim, remote mirror control, window crank and arm rests are in beautiful condition. The center console, shift boot, ash tray, arm rest and chrome emergency brake handle is in excellent condition. The seats are in very nice condition with some minor wear marks on the outer bolsters. The bottom sides of the seats are super clean and the factory yellow mark is on the driver’s seat. The seat belts have the manufactures tags with dates and the passenger seat belt buckle still has the sticker on it. The pedals are very nice with hardly any signs of wear. The carpeting and padding is in amazing condition mostly because the original owner covered them with house carpet when the car was new. When MS CLASSIC CARS received the car the house carpet was removed. Everything in the interior is in working order including the interior lights, gauges, headlights, turn signals, horn, switches, air conditioning, radio, etc. The air conditioning was never converted and still works. The original owner setup the empty switch on the dash as a kill switch for the ignition so the car couldn’t be stolen. Once again, one of the Stew Jones Restorations staff members thought the floor mats and console might be reproduction pieces because they were so nice. After some research it was determined they were original which says a lot about the condition of this car. 

The trunk compartment of this car is also in extremely nice original condition. The backside of the trunk lid still has the original paint and still retains the rubber caps on the emblem tabs. It also has the original yellow Ziebart Auto Rustproofing sticker. The tan colored trunk mat is in very nice condition and only one snap is loose. The blackish wood is beautiful and fits very nicely.  It has some over spray from the Ziebart application on the inner quarters. The original wiring still has the factory tag on the passenger side. It has the original spare wire wheel and tire. It also has the original tool kit. 

The engine compartment of this car is also in extremely nice original condition. The chrome interior bonnet locking knobs fit and turns so nicely operating. The backside of the bonnet still retains original paint and the original emissions control sticker. The inner fenders of the bonnet were sprayed with black Ziebart Auto Rust Proofing when the car was new as documented. Some of the Ziebart overspray got on the lower engine compartment in various areas throughout. The firewall also retains original paint and the minor chips show red primer. The body tag on the firewall is in beautiful condition. It still retains all the factory paint marks and stickers throughout. Almost everything in the engine compartment is original such as the wiring, hoses, clamps, ignition system (distributor, coil, and spark plug wires) and belts. Yes, this car still has the original Jaguar belts with part numbers! When the car was new the original owner installed a Sears alarm and the siren is located in the passenger side near the firewall. The car is powered by the original matching numbers V12 engine that runs absolutely beautifully. When the car was inspected by Jaguar experts Stew Jones Restoration they commented how impressive it ran and how dry it was. The original owner did service the car when he pulled it out of storage. Some of the engine compartment service included the spark plugs, air filter, oil and filter change, electronic fuel pump, radiator and battery. The original fuel pump still looks amazing and is included. The original Zenith carburetors were removed and new needles/seats were added. The engine breathes through the original factory Jaguar dual exhaust system with two chrome tips. The engine sounds so sweet from this exhaust. The engine is coupled to the original matching numbers 4-speed manual transmission. The clutch master cylinder was rebuilt. The clutch slave cylinder, clutch line and clutch fluid reservoir level sensors were replaced new. The clutch system was flushed and replaced with 100% silicone. The clutch is super smooth and has no chatter. This engine compartment is extremely original and clean which is hard to find with any vehicle that’s almost 50 years especially a Jaguar. 

The undercarriage of this car is also in extremely nice original condition. It still retains the yellow factory inspection paint mark under the engine area. It also retains mostly all original parts. As documented the underneath was sprayed with black Ziebart Auto Rust Proofing throughout. When the dealership fogged in the paint after the closed headlight conversion they also painted the lower side rails silver. The silver was painted over the black Ziebart for exterior cosmetic reasons. Some of the service work that was completed by the original owner included the following: “Renewed” gas tank, new gas tank sending unit, rebuilt brake master cylinder and proportioning valve, new brake fluid reservoir level sensors, flushed brake system and replaced with 100% silicone, new lower ball joints and boots, new tie rod ends and boots and all fittings were greased. 

 Listed below is all the documentation that is included:
 Original signed and notarized letter regarding the vehicle history from the original owner.
 Original signed letter from Stew Jones of Stew Jones Restoration validating the vehicle after hands on inspection at their facility in Winsted, CT.
 Original Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate #68092 issued December 2, 2020 with leather case.
 Original owner’s manuals including case, operating manual, U.S.A safety regulations, acceleration and passing ability, air conditioning operation, passport to service with metal warranty card, E-Type V12 wiring diagram and Jaguar service specifications. The passport to service was stamped September 26th, 1973.
 Original title dated September October 18th, 1973 will be reassigned by MS CLASSIC CARS to the new owner.
 Original two cash receipt slips from Bob Owens Sales dated September 15th and 26th, 1973.
 Original Bill of Sale for vehicle from Bob Owens Sales dated September 13th, 1973. 
 Original application for Michigan title statement of vehicle sales dated September 27th, 1973.
 Original Ziebart Auto-Truck Rustproofing Invoice dated September 29th, 1973. 
 Original Bill of Sale for hard top from Bob Owens Sales dated October 5th, 1973.
 Original State Farm Insurance Certificate dated October 1st, 1974.
 Original thirteen parts and service receipts from 1973-1991.
 Original seven parts receipts from 2020.
 Original Jaguar E-Type series 3 repair manual.
 Original Special Interest Car parts Jaguar catalog. 
Listed below are all the miscellaneous items that are included:
 Original key chain from Bob Owens Sales.
 Original two license plate frames from Bob Owens Sales.
 Original license plate bracket with Ziebart Auto Rustproofing overspray.
 Original soft convertible top that was replaced under warranty.
 Original convertible top cover.
 Original tool kit and leather pouch.
 Original four tire tubes.
 Original four Dunlop SP Sport E70 VR15 Radial whitewall tires.
 Original new 15” wire wheel.
 Original new chrome bonnet bead.
 Original can of Jaguar Silver Metallic paint.
 Original headlight buckets.
 Original headlight chrome trim pieces.
 Original headlights.
 Original boxes for replacement headlights. 
 Car cover.
 Over 50 miscellaneous original and extra new parts. 

**PLEASE CALL MS CLASSIC CARS OWNER MARC SCHILIRO FOR A VERY ACCURATE VERBAL DESCRIPTION OF THIS VEHICLE**

***MS CLASSIC CARS only purchases number one and number two condition classic vehicles. We service and detail every vehicle unlike most classic vehicles that are currently being advertised for sale. This car was just fully serviced prior to our purchase in November of 2020 so we didn’t service the car. We’re the only classic car dealership in the country that does this.  At MS CLASSIC CARS we eliminate the surprises.  We’ll let the photos do the rest of the talking. ***



Unfortunately most classic vehicles that are being advertised for sale by dealers, private parties and auctions aren't exactly what are being advertised for sale.  This is an industry with no real guidelines and everyone's opinion is completely different.  The average consumer doesn’t realize classic vehicles weren’t restored at the factory and are being restored by people in their garages.  Everyone’s level of restoration experience is different and it shows in the restoration.  An example would be a classic vehicle that's  being advertised as an original model with matching numbers could be a phony with a reproduction trim tag and re stamped numbers on the engine block, etc.  Another example would be a classic vehicle is being advertised as a full restoration when indeed only a few things have been restored.  There are many classic vehicles listed for sale that have cosmetic and mechanical issues with such items as the body, paint, glass, lights, body hinges, gauges, window components, steering components, upholstery, engine leaks and tuning, radiators, transmission, rear end, brake components and suspension components.  The consumers are spending thousands of dollars repairing the classic vehicles they've purchased after the sale.  A bad purchase could turn into the buyer’s worst nightmare and be extremely costly!

MS CLASSIC CARS specializes in beautiful classic cars and trucks that are at a higher level of quality than most being advertised for sale. I personally have selected these vehicles and take pride in what I represent.  I'm not a classic car dealer who is only looking to make a quick buck.  I’ve seen dealers and private parties purchase classic vehicles at auctions and online and immediately list them for sale.  Most of these vehicles aren’t being advertised correctly and haven’t been serviced or detailed.  This business is my career and my reputation which means everything to me.  I do the best of my ability to represent quality classic cars and advertise them honestly.  To be clear I’m not in the restoration business.  I represent classic vehicles that have already been restored that we’ve serviced and detailed.

This vehicle is owned by MS CLASSIC CARS and is located in Seekonk, MA.  I personally have seen, touched and driven this vehicle.  This vehicle has been through a service and detail process which is documented with an MS CLASSIC CARS invoice. I'll personally go over the entire vehicle and tell you everything I know about it.  I'll also give you my opinion if it’s truly the right vehicle for you. I’ll consider all trades and also offer financing if necessary.  Once you've committed to purchase a classic vehicle from MS CLASSIC CARS, I’ll make it a very easy process from start to finish.  Once the funds have cleared I'll immediately mail the paperwork USPS 2-day air with tracking number. I’ll also assist in shipping your vehicle to its new home with an enclosed carrier. Once the vehicle is loaded inside the enclosed trailer we’ll cover it with a new plastic cover and email you photos.

If you've read the introduction tab or visited my website you’ll probably agree I'm a bit of a perfectionist and represent very detailed classic vehicles. MS CLASSIC CARS has a great reputation and we continue to raise the bar in the classic car and truck world.  I sell our classic cars and trucks very quickly because consumers see the value.  I look forward to working with you.  Please read the company website testimonials and read our reviews online. Please also ask someone who knows about MS CLASSIC CARS.  Thank you for the opportunity!
 
Sincerely,
Marc Schiliro – the owner
What makes MS CLASSIC CARS different from other classic car dealers and from vehicles being marketed privately on the market for sale?

* Each vehicle has been hand-picked by the owner Marc Schiliro.

* NO CONSIGNMENTS.  We own the MS CLASSIC CARS inventory and know every vehicle well.

* NO SALESPEOPLE.  Deal directly with the owner Marc Schiliro when you call or email.

* Every vehicle goes through a service process unlike most vehicles on the market for sale.  The service work is documented with an invoice that is pictured in the photos.  MS CLASSIC CARS owns its own service and storage facility.

* Every vehicle gets a complete MS CLASSIC CARS Classic car automotive detail which includes the exterior, interior, engine compartment, trunk compartment and undercarriage.  This is valued at $600.00

* Every vehicle has a detailed description, 150+ high quality photos including the undercarriage and a video.

* Assistance with financing if necessary.  Competitive rates and terms are available.

* Assistance with transportation once the sale is completed.

* Assistance with insurance once the sale is completed.

* Easy transaction from start to finish.  Customer satisfaction is our #1 goal.

Classic cars and trucks make great investments and are extremely fun to own.  It’s so exciting to search for a classic, purchase one and watch it come off the trailer, add your own touches, take it for a ride or just look at it sitting in the garage after a hard day at work.  Classic car and truck collectors aren’t just in the United States but worldwide.  The classic car and truck market is growing every day.  It’s seen at car shows and auctions, in magazines and on TV shows.  Get your new classic car or truck today.  You only live once, if you can afford it, do it!

I do the best I can to represent my classic cars and trucks.  My results, feedback and reputation speak for themselves. Everyone’s opinion of a classic car and truck is different and I encourage questions prior to a purchase. I have a beautiful showroom with excellent lighting and a lift for a complete inspection if requested. Inspections will be scheduled by appointment only.  The closest airport is Providence, RI.  It’s only a 25 minute ride from the dealership.  I can arrange to pick up at the airport.  I also have a dealer plate that would allow for a test drive with a valid driver’s license for a serious buyer.  Please call 508-557-0152 or email for any questions.  Thank you. 



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Many Spectacular Vehicles Coming Next.
Stay tuned!


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  • 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Custom 454 w/ 4-speed
  • 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible Custom 327 w/ 4-speed
  • 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Convertible 454 w/ 4-speed "LS^ Recreation"
  • 1972 Buick Sun Coupe Custom 455 Ram Air V8
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