|4.2 Jaguar E-Type||Opalescent Silver Blue|
|Fixed Head Coupe||Dark Blue|
|Left Hand Drive|
|Jaguar Cars New York|
|7E10728-9||15 November 1966|
|1 November 1966|
|Original||Marina Del Ray|
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2002-12-21 05:50:49 | Anonymous writes:
Black/Tan; Estimate $20,000 - $30,000; Recent restoration, 2 condition; Hammered Sold at $26,000 plus commission of 10.00%; Final Price: $28,600 -- Chrome wire wheels, wind wing on driver's side. Excellent paint, interior and chrome. Five year old restoration to showroom condition that still looks fresh and sharp. JCNA 99 point prize winner. Very nice Jag coupe. -- RM Auctions, Phoenix, 1/18/2002 .
2020-07-31 09:42:19 | pauls writes:
Car to be at auction 8/20
Quail Motorcar Auction 14 Aug 2020, 11:00 PDT Los Angeles
1966 JAGUAR E-TYPE SERIES I 4.2 FIXED HEAD COUPE
Chassis no. 1E33710
Engine no. 7E10728-9
4,235cc DOHC Inline 6-Cylinder Engine
3 SU Carburetors
265bhp at 5,400rpm
4-Speed Manual Transmission
4-Wheel Independent Suspension
4-Wheel Disc Brakes
*Exceptionally well-presented throughout with recent body restoration performed
*Matching-numbers example with tasteful period-correct aesthetic upgrades
*Fitted with a state-of-the-art integrated A/C system
*A proven participant in numerous prominent 1000-mile Rallies
Previewing at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California by appointment.
This exceptional E-Type Fixed Head Coupe was finished at Jaguar's Coventry works on November 1, 1966, benefiting from the upgraded, fully synchronized transmission and the larger 4.2-liter XK engine. It was built for the North American market as a left-hand drive model and painted in Opalescent Silver Blue metallic color and trimmed in Dark Blue Connolly leather.
The E-Type Coupe is believed to have remained in the US since new and by the 1990s was already a pampered and enthusiastically owned JCNA Concours participant. The Jaguar was purchased by the consignor in 2002, and has since formed part of his spectacular, Southern California based collection of sports and special interest collectors' motorcars. During his nearly two-decade ownership, the Jaguar has been treated to much restoration and refurbishment work, while delicate and tasteful upgrades have been carried out to both enhance the pureness of the classic E-Type design and its usability. Such upgrades include the elimination of the bumper over riders, and fitment of an air conditioning system, neatly tucked up under the dash. More recent work includes a full bare-metal repaint, costing more than $50,000.
Today, this stunning E-Type Fixed Head Coupe is finished in a deep black exterior color, with a neatly patinated contrasting Biscuit-colored leather interior. The car has been enjoyed by the owner on more than 20 classic car rallies along with fellow CF200 members, including the Copperstate 1000 and Going to the Run rallies, and was specially invited to be part of an exhibition at the Petersen Automotive Museum named 'The World's Greatest Sports Coupes'. The car is offered with the rare original tool roll, service and maintenance records, the Jaguar-issued Heritage Trust Certificate and photos of the most recent body restoration.
A wonderful example of the legendary Jaguar E-Type, the Fixed Head Coupe represents the purest form of the model. This matching-numbers car, having enjoyed the loving care of a true enthusiast for nearly two decades, must be one of the best examples available anywhere.