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Original Vintage Jaguar E-type Exhaust Resonator V12 Series Iii Xke S 3 V-12 S3 on


Eden, Wisconsin, United States

Eden, Wisconsin, United States
Original Used - Rust loose / rattles on inside - 2 of the outlets are rusted out
Brand:British Leyland Manufacturer Part Number:C41234

For sale is an original Jaguar E-Type Series III V12 exhaust 'Two Outlet Resonator'
British Leyland logo is stamped on it as well as 'C & W' and 'C41234'
Was purchased at auto jumble in Britain around 15 years ago
There is a fair bit (of what I assume is) rust that is loose and shakes around on the inside
Two of the outlets are rusted out an one end of the piece - please refer to pictures

This part sells new at XKs Unlimited in stainless steel for $600  -   part number CO-41259SS


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