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1E33644

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Record Creation: Entered on 22 November 2018.

 

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2010-07-13 08:15:07 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 7/13/10
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-1967-Jaguar-/120595360823
Opening bid $8,000 reserve not met, no bids yet 6 days left in auction.

Sellers description:
1967 Jaguar E-Type FHC. Not to be confused with the somewhat less attractive 2+2, this is a series 1, two seat FHC with 4.2 litre engine with 9.0 compression ratio, triple SU HD,8 carburettors, full synchromesh four speed gearbox and glass covered head lamps. This is a complete, and I belive, matching numbers car in need of a complete restoration with a rust free series 1 monocoque included. My wife and I originally purchased the car in 1978 as a weekend driver and enjoyed the car for a number of years until rust in the floor pans resulted in a trailing arm coming adrift. I had replacement floors fitted, although not professionally, and from this point on the car was put in storage. There was additional rust in the sills as well as the rear wheel arches so in the early 1980s I found and purchased a rust free monocoque from a place in California that had dismantled a car. My goal was to rebuild the car on the rust free body with the mechanicals from my original car. Unfortunately, some 30 years down the road, I have not made any progress on the car and have lost my closed storage so sadly it is up for sale. As you should be able to see from the photos the engine number and car number match the build plate but I was unable to find and read the gearbox number but I expect that to match as well. The body shell does have a few small dents in both sills from transport but is entirely rust free except for a few very small spots of minor surface rust. The car will require a complete rebuild including interior, etc. but this is an opportunity to build a rust free E-Type without spending thousands on a patch job on a rusty car.

2018-11-22 08:01:44 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 11/22/18

www.ebay.com/itm/1967-Jaguar-E-Type-XKE/273572614503

Current bid: $12,600 reserve not met 6 bids 6 days left in auction buy it now price $59,000, seller carkeystoo, car now said to be in Finksburg, Maryland, 43k miles.

Seller's description:

This 1967 Series I Jaguar E-Type XKE 4.2 FHC is an excellent original car which has been sitting garaged for many years. This 43,000-mile matching number example is available in the rare factory black and red color combination, wire wheels and covered headlights.

A complete rebuild of the front and rear suspension, braking, fuel, cooling systems and the triple SU carburetors along with a careful examination and testing of its 4.2-liter engine, 4-speed transmission and rear differential make this E-Type 100% roadworthy in its present condition.

Noteworthy, a cold/dry compression check indicates the following cylinder pressures: #1-160, #2-159, #3- 162,  #4- 160, #5 -162, #6 -162. This engine purrs. The transmission shifts easily and smoothly. With its new suspension and brakes the vehicle drives and performs like you would expect from a Series I Jaguar.

The engine compartment is highly detailed as are the suspension and rear differential assemblies. The floors boards are solid and require no rust repair. There is the typical E-Type rust in the rockers, rear fender edges and lower door panels, which are easily repairable. Bringing this car from driver to show car level will require paint, interior and chrome plating.  The only known missing part is the center console, which is readily available.

With Series 1 values still on the rise, the car presents an exciting investment opportunity. This E-Type has tremendous potential and is an excellent candidate for some light restoration. With its mechanicals already restored and detailed any further restoration should be swift and exciting for the new owner. Collectability of a Jaguar E-Type Series I is unquestionable.

A rust free replacement body will be made available in a future auction.

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