The E-type Series II Sport Jag is still a an exceptionally beautiful car beyond any doubts and can hold its own with the newer type model cars of today. The E-type Jag made it first public appearance in 1961 at the Geneva Motor show creating quite a sensation while stealing the show with its preposterously long bonnet. Underneath that bonnet was a six cylinder, 4.2 litre V12 XK engine. That pristine looking E-type Jag shown in the picture is a Series II Sport Jag coupe.
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The automotive industry and their dealers are rife with scams and fraud and the potential buyer needs to be armed with the knowledge of how these scams work and how to avoid them. There are many dealers that run reputable businesses and can get buyers into a vehicle without using fraudulent means, but there are always those individuals or companies that are looking for ways to take consumers for a ride. Many such fraud cases are usually those people with bad credit who are often the victims of fraud at dealerships. They are easy target, often due to the fact that they believe they cannot get financing. The worst offences usually occur in the finance office, where the potential buyer often lets their guard down. One way to lessen the chance of being scammed is to show up with no trade and to have your financing done through your bank with a bank draft in hand.
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