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How should I sell my 1965 Jaguar E-Type and where should I buy a Mercedes-Benz SLK200?

I am looking at selling my 1965 4.2-litre Coupe Jaguar E-Type which I have had since 1970. It is in good condition. I am also looking at buying my wife a Mercedes-Benz Sports SLK200. What is my best option? Should I part-ex or sell the Jag separately and, if so, how much should I be looking for and how should I best sell it? Also which would be the best way of purchasing the SLK?

Asked on 20 June 2010 by harry greaves

Answered by Honest John
Use to offload the Jag. The site tells you what they have been making. Current shape SLK 200K autos come from about £16,000 at auction.
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