Scott has been fitting new parts into the silver Jaguar V12.
It now has new lower door seals and chrome trims on the sills (the original ones were missing). Also to be replaced were the cooling fan and the thermostatic switch, because the original switch was faulty and was heating up too high of a temperature, before the cooling fans would come on.
The original interior has also now been fitted back in by Scott.
Ady continues work on the service of our 1972 Jaguar E-Type V12. We have changed the air filter and fuel filter, we have also changed the thermostat. The gas ram on the bonnet require replacing as well as the door rubbers on the window.
The car is a relatively new purchase for the current owner and his decision to have the car checked over and any remedial works to be carried out is a great idea. Not only does he know that the car is fit for purpose once it leaves our workshops but managing budgets in any situation is good. Doing smaller bits and pieces when work is required is much better than leaving it to build up into a much larger, costly project.
Scott’s attention is now on the nearside floor pan of our 1972 Jaguar E-Type V12. He is welding and repairing areas in need of attention.
The Jaguar E-Type 4.2 has been getting serviced in the workshop recently. The oil has been been drained to get rid of any impurities that may have been in it.
We’re running our beautiful 1972 Jaguar E-Type Series 3 through a thorough service to check that it’s running as it should.
This gorgeous 1972 Jaguar E-Type Series 3 V12 is in for a service. The client has just purchased the car and wants peace of mind that everything is in order. We’re due to check the oil levels, test drive it, supply and fit chrome strips to the top of the sill, secure wipe strips on the doors, fix the fuel gauge and asses the cooling fans as the engine runs hot.