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1E15401

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Record Creation: Entered on 21 June 2023.

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Regisration # HKV 382 E (COVENTRY ISSUED)
Personal export delivery

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2022-11-27 17:50:17 | Richard G. Thompson writes:

Exceptionally original E Type OTS, with factory hardtop.
Documented two owner Jaguar, last owner retained car for 51 years.

2023-06-21 14:05:47 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 8/23

www.broadarrowauctions.com/vehicles/jc23_023/1967-jaguar-e-type-series-1-4-2-roadster-email

Auction description:

1967 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 Roadster

Monterey Jet Center Auction 2023 | Estimate: $175,000 - $225,000

Chassis No. 1E15401

Engine No. 7E13111-9

Desirable, fully-evolved Series 1, 4.2-liter covered-headlight E-Type Roadster

Factory left-hand-drive example, featuring the much improved fully-synchronized transmission

Delivered new to first US owner through Henlys Jaguar, London, England

Equipped with rare hard top and period-correct radio

Retains matching-numbers engine and transmission per its Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate

Well-documented ownership, retained by the current owner for 52 years

Beautifully restored by marquee specialists XK's Unlimited, recently serviced and detailed

Accompanied by extensive history file, original owner's manuals, tools, and jack

This finely restored Jaguar E-Type Roadster was completed on 17 April 1967 as a left-hand-drive, RoW (Rest of World) example. The Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate that accompanies the car records that it was originally exported to its first US owner via Henlys Jaguar, London, England on 2 May 1967. The car spent a number of years in Plains, Montana with its original owner William Carter before entering the care of Curtis J. Hesler of Missoula, Montana in 1971. After enjoying the Jaguar for decades in unrestored condition, Hesler elected to conduct a full nut-and-bolt restoration, commencing in 2000 at a reported 67,233 original miles and enlisting the help of XKs Unlimited in San Luis Obispo, California to rebuild its numbers-matching engine and transmission, steering rack, carburetors, and other original components. The sweeping coachwork was refinished in classic Carmen Red, and the exceedingly rare hardtop in the complementary Black, courtesy of Peter Bienema Auto Paint. Inside, the cabin was retrimmed in as-delivered Black leather hides. A comprehensive file of restoration and service invoices dating back to 1997 documents the over $60,000 dollars spent over the course of 25 years.

Completed in 2008, the car presents in outstanding condition throughout, having traveled less than 1,000 miles since its completion. Since being acquired by the consignor in 2022, the Roadster has been treated to over $14,000 in further sorting including refinishing the hard top, and paint-correcting the hood at Autobahn Auto Body of Costa Mesa, California in March 2023. Mechanical attention rendered by JP's European Auto Inc. of Huntington Beach, California in April 2023 included replacing the head studs, front shocks, rear radius arms, alternator, and radiator hoses, rebuilding the tachometer, adjusting the hubs, and a full fluids change.

Highly sought after as the best of its breed, few classic sports cars offer the tremendous blend of gorgeous looks, effortless drivability, and open-top fun present in this finely restored 4.2-liter E-Type Roadster. The car is offered with an extensive history file documenting two private owners from 1967 to 2022, restoration books, tool roll, jack, tonneau cover, service handbook, and Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate. Fresh from recent servicing and detailing, the car is sorted throughout and ready to be enjoyed by its next owner on memorable open-air drives, premier touring events, or shown at Concours d'Elegance.

Sold Price: $128,800

2023-10-21 14:40:44 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:

www.hemmings.com/classifieds/listing/1967-jaguar-e-type-reno-nv-2724722

Seller's description:

$165,800

Vehicle Location Reno, Nevada, previously said to be in Laguna Beach, California

Mileage 69,980

VIN # 1E15401

Exterior Red

Interior Black

Highlights Factory left-hand drive, RoW example featuring the much improved fully-synchronized transmissionDelivered new to first US owner through Henlys Jaguar, London, EnglandEquipped with rare hardtop and period-correct radioRetains its matching-numbers engine and transmission per its Jaguar Heritage Trust CertificateWell-documented ownership, retained by just two collector owners from 1967-2022Beautifully restored by marque specialists XKs Unlimited, recently serviced and detailedAccompanied by an extensive history file, restoration books, tool roll, jack, tonneau cover, service handbookThis Jaguar is absolutely beautiful, it run's and drives as good as it looks! No dissapointment in this car.

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