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1E15076

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 1E15076 11 April 1967
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2018-12-02 13:44:28 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:

www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/jaguar/e-type/2195853.html

Seller's description:

Location: Chatham, New Jersey, 07928

Mileage: 60,000

Transmission: Manual

Condition: Mint

Exterior: RED

Interior: BLACK

1967 Jaguar Series 1 E-Type 4.2 Litre, OTS XKE. Numbers-matching fresh off a complete rotisserie restoration detailed to quality and appearance as when driven off the assembly line in March '67 (original color scheme, JHTC certificate). No expense spared. Additional performance and comfort upgrades such as: Alloy Radiator w/integral electric cooling fan. Improved water pump and stainless-steel cooling system header tank. Performance crankshaft damper. Electronic ignition with new type distributor for improved performance and upgraded electrical system. Improved gear reduction starter motor - easier starting and better reliability. Upgraded alternator looks original but has more power and better reliability. Stainless steel exhaust system and fittings with ceramic coated exhaust manifolds. Dynamat sound deadener and insulation throughout cabin interior and trunk interior. Wool carpeting throughout interior. Bottom surface of body and wheel wells have been coated with gravel guard before painting for improved corrosion protection, rock chips and insulation benefits. New ethanol compatible fuel tank, pump, fittings, lines and seals. Center-lace tubeless wire wheels approx. 1 inch wider with a slightly larger tire and improved Sport Suspension bushings. Improved brake components and the fitting of Wildwood front brake calipers and pads. The control arms, brackets and fasteners have all been re-plated using the correct clear cadmium or black oxide finish for an authentic appearance. Additionally, the dash lighting has been updated to LED bulbs for improved visibility. Price: $220,000

2019-01-30 07:09:36 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 1/30/19

www.ebay.com/itm/1967-Jaguar-E-Type-Series-1/132934719929

Car has a buy it now price of $219,000 for 6 days, seller spencer68-usa, same location.

Seller's description:

Here for the discerning buyer, a 1967 E-Type Series 1, 4.2L OTS in original color scheme (carmen red exterior, black interior/top) and matching numbers as when driven off the assembly line in March ’67 - evidenced by the JHTC certificate. Fresh rotisserie restoration was completed from full disassembly: Monocoque body was brought down to bare metal and the engine was painstakingly rebuilt to factory specification.  A few tasteful upgrades have been incorporated that look similar to OEM but improve reliability and performance (detailed below).

All work was performed by a renowned restoration specialist that has focused on classic Jaguars for over 30 years and the work has been independently inspected by a seasoned Jaguar mechanic/concours judge to ensure quality and mechanical integrity. Engine has been through the initial break-in period and carbs have been re-adjusted and values seated. Vehicle has been appraised for insurance purposes at $285,000. All information is documented and available to share with serious buyers. THE QUALITY OF THIS RESTORATION PROJECTS BETTER THAN PHOTOS CAN SHOW AND SHOULD BE CONSIDERED WHEN COMPARING TO OTHER RECENT E-TYPE RESTORATIONS.

Upgrades: Interior & Body: Dash lighting updated to LED bulbs for improved visibility. Dynamat sound deadener and insulation throughout cabin interior and trunk interior.  Wool carpeting throughout interior. Bottom surface of body and wheel wells coated with gravel guard before painting for improved corrosion protection, rock chips and insulation benefits.  Original steering wheel is available and original Jaguar jack included.

Engine/Electrical: Performance crankshaft damper. Electrical system upgrades include electronic ignition for improved performance and an alternator that looks original but has more power and better reliability. An improved gear reduction starter motor provides easier starting and better reliability. Stainless steel exhaust system and fittings with Ceramic coated exhaust manifolds.

Cooling System/Fuel System/Brakes: Alloy Radiator w/integral electric cooling fan with EVANS waterless coolant. Improved water pump, stainless-steel cooling system header tank, heater core and heater valve. New ethanol compatible fuel tank, pump, fittings, lines and seals. Center-lace tubeless wire wheels approx. 1 inch wider with a slightly larger tire and improved Sport Suspension bushings. Brake components fitted with enlarged Wildwood front brake calipers and pads.  Control arms, brackets and fasteners have all been re-plated using the correct clear cadmium or black oxide finish for an authentic appearance.  

2019-02-06 07:11:18 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 2/6/19

www.ebay.com/itm/1967-Jaguar-E-Type-Series-1/132943067705

Car has a buy it now price of $219,000 for 6 days, same seller.

2019-03-16 06:35:21 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 3/16/19

www.ebay.com/itm/1967-Jaguar-E-Type-Series-1/132989367856

Car has a buy it now price of $180,000 for 5 days, same seller.

2019-08-15 07:23:45 | bertrand lemont writes:

bringatrailer.com/listing/1967-jaguar-xke-roadster-13/

Seller's description:

Lot #22163

Seller: Dscavs

Location: Morristown, New Jersey 07960

Chassis: 1E 15076

61k Miles Shown, TMU

Numbers-Matching 4.2L XK Inline-Six

4-Speed Manual Transmission

Carmen Red over Black Leather

Restoration Beginning in 2014

Rotisserie Repaint

Interior Refresh

Engine, Transmission Rebuilds

Alloy Radiator/Electric Fan

Gear-Reduction Starter

Electronic Ignition

Wilwood Brakes

Stainless Steel Exhaust

Restoration Records

Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate

Private Party or Dealer: Private Party

This 1967 Jaguar XKE is a Series I roadster that was built on March 13, 1967 and dispatched to Jaguar of Eastern Canada in Montreal before being sold to its first owner in Minneapolis. Following the seller’s acquisition in California in November 2014, the car underwent a three-year restoration beginning in late 2014 that included rebuilding the original 4.2L inline-six and 4-speed manual transmission, as well as panel repairs, a repaint in the factory Carmen Red, and an interior refresh. Modifications made during the restoration include Wilwood brakes, an alloy radiator with an electric cooling fan, an upgraded water pump, electronic ignition, an upgraded alternator, a high-torque starter, and wider tires. This left-hand-drive XKE is now offered with records and photos from the restoration, a Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate, tools, and a clean New Jersey title in the seller’s name.

During the restoration the monocoque tub was placed on a rotisserie, stripped to bare metal, and repainted in Carmen Red, which is listed on the Heritage Certificate as the original color. Metal repairs were conducted prior to paintwork as needed and are documented on invoices that are included with the sale.

15” chrome wire wheels feature 2-eared knock-off hubs and wear 205/70 Dunlop Signature II tires that were mounted during the restoration. According to the seller, wider tires were chosen to improve handling. E-Types feature front and rear independent suspension and disc brakes all around, with the rear brakes mounted inboard. The brake system has been updated with Wilwood components on this example. The black soft top matches the factory color.

The interior was reupholstered during the restoration in black leather, matching the original trim color. Dynamat sound deadener was installed throughout the cabin and trunk, and black wool carpets were fitted over the floors and seat backs. A Moto-Lita wood-rimmed steering wheel was also added. The factory steering wheel is also included, though the seller notes it shows wear.

Dash illumination has been updated with LED bulbs, and Smiths instrumentation includes a 160-mph speedometer and a 6k-rpm tachometer. The 5-digit odometer shows 61k miles, 1,500 of which have been added by the seller since the restoration. A Becker Europa TR is situated in the dash for a period-correct appearance, but does not function.

The triple-carbureted 4.2-liter DOHC XK inline-six was rebuilt during the restoration with new .020” oversize 9:1 compression ratio pistons, new .010” oversize main and rod bearings, an upgraded rear main seal, and a new oil pump. The cylinder head was refreshed with new valves, guides, seals, springs, and camshaft bearings. Additional upgrades include an alloy radiator with an integrated electric fan, an upgraded water pump with a stainless steel cooling system header tank, a performance crankshaft damper, electronic ignition with a newer distributor, a gear-reduction starter, and an upgraded alternator that retains a factory look. A break-in service was completed 1,200 miles after the rebuild.

Stamping 7E-12641-9 is shown on the engine block above and matches the number listed on the Heritage Trust certificate, confirming originality. The number can also be seen stamped on the cylinder head.

A stainless steel exhaust system was added during the restoration along with ceramic-coated exhaust manifolds. The underside of the body and the wheel wells were coated with Gravel Guard prior to painting, and the control arms, brackets, and fasteners were re-plated using clear cadmium or black oxide finish.

A sample of photos taken during the restoration are shown in the gallery below, as are two sample invoices. Invoices are included with the sale, with the latter totaling approximately $120k. The Heritage Trust Certificate lists the original colors and major components, as well as build and delivery information.

2019-08-22 17:50:07 | Capt RD writes:

SOLD Bring a Trailer online auction

Sold For $149,000 On 8/22/19

2020-05-21 06:03:51 | James Strickland writes:

The same EXACT car sold on ebay yesterday for $80,100

There appears to be Fraud involved.

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