The E-Type barn find is estimated to sell between 38,000 and 44,000 GBP ($46,648 to $54,000). That may sound like a lot for a ruined Jag, but the car is still apparently in "very original condition," despite what the dusty and decaying exterior may suggest, and still retains features like the original brake system. Look closely at the worn paintwork, and you’ll be able to spot shades of the factory Opalescent Blue in places. The hood was replaced, and the radiator and some glass are missing, but other than that most of the original parts remain, including the factory steering wheel and dash. Available as a right-hand-drive with a manual transmission, the E-Type was bought by its original owner in 1962.