Nearly three decades rare cars rotting away in the bushes, however, fell into the hands of caring people.
Various findings in the garages and sheds of Britain are not uncommon. As a rule, such cars are in excellent condition, as protected by the roof and walls of the room. However, this car was not so lucky. Jaguar E-Type Series 1, built in 1964, almost thirty years stood in the bushes, exposed to weather conditions and other factors.
Not surprisingly, when this car was discovered, his condition was simply deplorable. But, fortunately, he fell into the hands of the right “masters”, and those having the charge of enthusiasm, began to restore a rare car.
Craftsmen had to podarit and bend the body, as well as to buy many parts. Chassis, engine and frame was completely rebuilt and restored. Much effort has been invested in the restoration of the cabin.
When all the work was completed, rare Jaguar was estimated at 125 thousand pounds.