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United KingdomCHV170H

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Record Creation: Entered on 6 November 2018.

 

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Exterior Photos (1)

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Details Photos: Exterior (1)

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Detail Photos: Interior (2)

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Detail Photos: Engine (2)

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2018-10-20 01:55:24 | Reno writes:

on auction - not sold

online.handh.co.uk/m/lot-details/index/catalog/89/lot/41987/

- 1 of just 1,071 right-hand drive cars made

- Matching chassis and engine numbers, Heritage Certificate

- Bare metal respray, engine and gearbox overhauled, poly-bushed suspension, partially retrimmed interior, rewired, brakes refurbished

- Stainless steel exhaust, uprated hi-torq starter motor

- Kept in a dehumidified / heated garage, massive invoice folder

One of just 1,070 righthand drive Series 2 E-Type Coupes produced, 'CHV 170H' has been the subject of a comprehensive and well documented restoration programme. A matching numbers example, whose body has been treated to new floor pans, inner and outer sills, attention to the rear arches and a bare metal respray in Regency Red, as well as being both rust and sound-proofed. The engine was completely overhauled during which the crankshaft was reground, the cylinder head refurbished and new bearings, oil pump, timing chain and Hi Torque starter motor installed. The flywheel was refaced, a new clutch fitted and the gearbox and rear drive cage rejuvenated. More power was released by the fitment of a six-branch exhaust manifold and stainless steel system. Attention to the brake system included an overhauling of the calipers, replacement discs and servicing of the handbrake mechanism. The suspension was uprated courtesy of new Poly bushes all round, adjustable dampers and replacement rear coil springs. The car was rewired with fresh harnesses, and a new distributor and leads, and a show specification alternator installed. The interior was partially retrimmed and treated to new carpets and seat belts, but the 'nicely patinated' original seats retained.

The vendor informs us that he's owned the Jaguar for eight years but is now reluctantly selling it owing to ill health, but confirms that it's been kept in a de-humidified and heated garage and, 'though not a concours example, is a well-restored, reliable and eminently usable one'. He grades the 4.2-litre XK engine, four-speed manual transmission and interior trim as 'excellent' and the bodywork as 'very good'. 'CHV 170H' currently displays a very credible total mileage of 99,838, and this home market E-Type is now being offered complete with Heritage Certificate, massive folder of invoices and current MOT valid until July 25 of next year.

2018-11-06 09:21:42 | pauls writes:

Lot 123 1969 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Coupe

Estimate:£50,000 - £60,000

StatusNot Sold

Registration No:CHV170H

Chassis No:1R20348

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