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1S1456

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Record Creation: Entered on 12 September 2021.

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2005-08-17 09:59:08 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '01
www.practicalclassics.co.uk/auctionlot/by-id/2110778368/

Auction description:
Lot 047: Jaguar E-Type SIII (1973)
Vintage, Classic and Collector's Motor Vehicles, BCA (2001-01-29 00:00:00)
Lot Details
Auction Vintage, Classic and Collector's Motor Vehicles
BCA, Head Office & Auction Centre, Camberley
Type Car
Lot Number 047
Estimate £21500-£23500
Hammer Price £21935
Hammer Price (inc premium) -
Year 1973
Condition rating 3
Registration number OYW 88L
Mileage -
Chassis number 1S1456BW
Engine number 7S66035A
Engine capacity (cc) 5343
Engine - cylinders 12

2021-09-12 11:00:21 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 9/21

www.carandclassic.co.uk/auctions/1972-jaguar-e-type-roadster-2nRxM8

Auction description:

1972 Jaguar E Type V12 Roadster

Colour White

Odometer 53,139 Miles

Engine size 5343

Location London

Country United Kingdom

• Ownership history dating back to 1983

• MoTs back to 1979

• Finished in its original colour scheme of White with Black upholstery

• Mechanically and cosmetically renovated by a Rolls-Royce specialist in 2020

This Jaguar’s history extends quite a way back, with a record of MoTs and annual mileage dating back to 1979, and known ownership history from 1983. The earliest known owner was a Mr. Andrew Wicks of High Wycombe, who kept it until 1989. 

A certificate issued in 1991 by Jaguar confirms that it left the factory in White with Black upholstery, was first registered on 13th September, 1972, and was sold new through Henlys London, the well-known and prolific motor dealer which began in 1917 and gave its name to Henlys Corner on the North Circular and Henlys Roundabout at the beginning of the A30 in Hounslow.

The most recent owner kept the Jaguar since 2001, when he purchased it from classic-car dealer Peter Jarvis in Swanley, Kent. It has recently been in the care of Rolls-Royce specialist Hanwells of London, which has treated it to some extensive renovation including a full repaint in Old English White and rust-proofing treatment and various mechanical jobs, which have been photographically documented.

Due to health problems, the past owner was not able to drive the car in recent years, hence it has not been taxed or MoTed since 2019.

The Paperwork

Apart from the V5, perhaps the most important element of this Jaguar’s history file is its thorough record of MoTs from 1979 to 2019. 

There are also various invoices in its thick history file, including one showing work recently completed by Hanwells of London, and others for parts from the Jag Shop and S. N. G. Barratt. There is a certificate of authenticity issued by Jaguar and the present owner has gone to the trouble of summarising the car’s past ownership and MoT history in one sheet.

In the way of factory material, the Jaguar is complete with the Operating, Maintenance and Service Handbook, a maintenance chart and wiring diagram.

The Interior

While we don’t know for certain if any restoration work has been completed on the interior, Peter Jarvis described the car in 2001 as ‘totally original’. All we can say is that if the interior is totally original, it is absolutely stunning. 

The seats, dash, carpet and door trim are all virtually free from blemishes, and there is just some very light wear visible on the Jaguar cap at the centre of the steering wheel but you’d have to look extremely close to see it. 

The radio cassette player is a more modern item. We do know that the interior was originally black, and it appears unchanged from when it was owned by Peter Jarvis, so it is entirely conceivable that the interior is unrestored, in which case it would be one of the very best such examples.

The Exterior

After repainting and rustproofing by Hanwells of London, this Jaguar can realistically be described as being in showroom condition. The new coat of Old English White is immaculate, and the black hood also looks like a relatively new item. 

While we cannot quite go so far as to say that all the chrome is perfectly flawless, it does come very close and shines as brightly as heavenly Polaris, if you will pardon our poetry. The chrome wire wheels are especially dazzling, and even the super-clean tyres have a slight glossy sheen. 

The exterior glass is in excellent condition all-round.

The Mechanics

The E-type’s puissant V12 fires up straight away and rumbles along very happily. With its automatic gearbox, this E-type is perhaps more in the mould of the grand-tourer than the sports-car. With power steering as well, it should be a very easy car to drive by E-type standards (they are not renowned for manoeuvrability) and it seems to be positively begging to be let loose on some fast country roads, sweeping its way through spectacular scenery.

When the E-type was last MoTed in 2019, it passed with the advisory points that the front brakes pads were wearing thin and there was a slight oil leak, but the brake problem was rectified when Hanwells overhauled the car in 2020. The full list of work completed by Hanwells is as follows:

- replaced all four rear shocks

- replaced both rear subframe arms

- replaced four subframe mounts

- adjusted handbrake

- replaced all coolant hoses and clips

- fitted reconditioned radiator

- overhauled rear axle

- flushed cooling system

- overhauled front calipers

- replaced top and bottom ball joints and lower arm bushes

- replaced gearbox mount

- replaced inlet and exhaust manifold gaskets.

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