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2R14763

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2012-12-18 22:19:42 | pauls writes:

Car offered at:

ragtops.com/gallery/main.php

Perkasie, PA

Sellers description:

1971 Jaguar Series II OTS

This 1971 Jaguar XKE (VIN 2R14763) was purchased through RM auctions in Feb. 2010. The main attractions were the quality of the restoration and options such as power steering & air conditioning, & the color. The car was sitting for a long period of time, so all of the fluids were changed and the car checked out. Several items were repaired at that time. This car was the 1st XKE that the owner has driven. He mentioned that it is hard to believe that a 40 year old car drove so smooth & quiet. Last year he got hooked on driving high performance cars on a race track. He bought a truck & trailer for the track car. He is selling his three older cars to make room for these vehicles. This Jaguar is fun & easy to drive. He will miss driving the car.4.2 liter, 6-Cylinder. 4 speed Trans. The car is over 49,000 miles. This car is currently stored in a heated garage.

Asking for 49.500.00 OBO

2015-12-18 00:14:02 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 12/17/15

www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-ROADSTER-/121842024516

Car has a buy it now price of $89,995 for 19 days. Seller porscheofthemainline, 50k miles. Car now said to be in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.

Sellers description:

1970 Series 2 E-Type Convertible Matching Numbers

Fully documented Ground-Up Restoration

Over $150,000.00 spent in fully documented ground-up concourse restoration

English Red, Black Leather InteriorNew Canvas Top. Chrome Excellent.

Matching Numbers Fully Documented by Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust on July, 26 2005

50,016 documented miles

Engine Number: 7R 14476 H

Body Number: 4R 9566

Gearbox number KE 16759

2021-10-26 07:04:10 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 10/26/21

www.ebay.com/itm/174994161139

Classified ad price: $149,900, seller garage_kept_motors, 53k miles. Car now in Grand Rapids, Michigan,

Seller's description:

1970 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

-4.2L Inline 6

-4 Speed Manual Transmission

-53k Miles

-Red Over Black Interior

Offered here is a 1970 Jaguar E-Type Series II Roadster in red over black under a black fabric convertible top. Showing 53,042 miles on the odometer, this XKE has traveled a very conservative, just over 1,000 miles per-year on average since new. The car's impeccable condition throughout is a tribute to owner pride and commitment to proper maintenance across all the car's 51 years. It could not have looked any nicer when it first rolled out of Jaguar Works in Coventry, England in October of 1970.

The exterior non-metallic red paint was a perfect choice for what Enzo Ferrari once described as the most beautiful car ever made. The finish is uniformly shiny and free of imperfections, curve after beautiful curve, from the larger intake "mouth" (characteristic of the Series II cars), across the long hood (with Euro registration numbers showing), the curvaceous cabin area, and the short rear deck. This is a car that simply can't pass by without turning heads. The sheet metal is free of dings, dents, or other damage. (To best assess the quality of the paint and trim finishes, be sure to view the close-up photographs of the car in the accompanying gallery.) The black fabric convertible top shows no wear or damage. Cabin glass (including on the fabric top's rear window) is clear and free of imperfections. The bumpers and other chrome bits on the car show beautifully; only very light patina from age is present, for example on the door handles. Lighting lenses on both the headlights and the larger (Series II-specific) tail and signaling lights are clear and free of cracking or fading. Tastefully limited badging, notably the "Jaguar cat" hood emblem and "E-Type/Jaguar/4.2" model-description lettering on the rear deck, is pristine. Center-knock-off chrome wire wheels in as-new condition are mounted with Michelin® period-correct red-stripe tires.

The XKE's interior meets the exterior's high standards. Vertically pleated, black leather seat upholstery shows virtually no signs of aging or even wear. Simple matching door trim (note door-release handles are on the lowest portion of the panel) is equally well-maintained. Framed by the original, black steering wheel (with wood rim and brushed-metal-trimmed 3-spoke design capped by a Jaguar-cat logo and "E-Type" designation), the black-leather-covered dashboard is a work of automotive art. Two large Smiths® gauges-160-mph speedometer and 5,000-rpm-redline tachometer-face the driver while smaller gauges (all Smiths, of course)-monitoring: battery charging, oil pressure, water temperature, and fuel level-flank an analog clock. Just beneath is an impressive row of toggle-switch controls for lighting and other functions. Vents for the factory air conditioning system are arrayed across the bottom of the dashboard, with control knob near the steering wheel. A period-look digital radio is installed in the factory-radio location. The shift lever for the 4-speed manual transmission is mounted atop the console crowned with a wood shift knob wearing the shift-pattern emblem.

Under the front-hinged, full engine cowl, the 4.2-liter inline 6-cylinder engine commands an engine bay that inherits its layout and construction processes from the World War II production lines for the Spitfire fighter plane. Not only is everything in its proper place, all surfaces-including frame members-are properly clean and all components-including air conditioning-are properly mounted. Authenticity has been maintained in virtually every respect down to the gold paint on the manifold. Viewed from below, the condition of the chassis and its components are, if anything, even more remarkable. Clean surfaces abound. The independent suspension components, and the properly routed dual-exhaust system-each of two inline exhaust manifolds devoted to three cylinders-are among the focal points.

2021-11-04 06:58:44 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 1/4/21

www.ebay.com/itm/175006912356

Classified ad price: $149,900, same seller.

2021-11-05 06:20:53 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 11/5/21

www.ebay.com/itm/175008232329

Current bid: $14,100 reserve not met 4 bids, 6 days left in auction same seller.

2021-12-12 06:07:09 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 12/12/21

www.ebay.com/itm/175060958508

Classified ad price: $149,900, same seller.

Previous auction ended at $68,100 after 69 bids.

2022-01-11 06:03:29 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 1/11/22

www.ebay.com/itm/175104432049

Classified ad price: $149,900, same seller.

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