|3.8 Jaguar E-Type|
|Fixed Head Coupe|
|Left Hand Drive|
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Record Creation: Entered on 13 May 2014.
Owner: Alexandre Rossignol
Updated April 23rd, 2018. Not legal proof of ownership.
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Detail Photos: Engine (2)
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2014-05-11 19:52:18 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 5/11/14
Opening bid $60,000, no bids 6 days left in auction.
Here is the story on this car.
Dad bought in 1968 and we have had it ever since.
The car was originally a coupe but we wanted a roadster.
In 2000 I bought a S1 roadster body from Classic Jaguar in Austin and converted the car.
I had the floors and rockers replaced just because I wanted to undercoat in the rockers, jags are notorious for rust. (Martin Robey panels from (Terry's Jaguar)
The color is Phoenix red.
This has the Gold Head 3.8 engine and Moss 4-Speed
A few of the things I had done during the rebuild.
Switch from Positive to Negative ground. Delco alternator
Aluminum racing radiator (Classic Jaguar)
Spin on oil filter
Dayton Stainless 6" wheels
New exhaust system (Terry's Jaguar)
New taillamps (British Auto)
New bushings in steering column
I have pictures and receipts of the rebuild.
In 2008, I had Sports and classic restoration in Norman Oklahoma do a top end rebuild of the engine due to a leak in the water jacket.
We replaced with a correct series 1 head. Installed hardened valves. I have the original head
Basically I got rid of a lot of things that are not good in a series 1 E-Type.
Since rebuild the car has gone about 1.000 miles. I kept the odometer mileage from the original car and it sits it 87,400
Look at the pictures, no car is perfect, but if you are looking for a driver that causes people to stop and stare and you don't want to spend north of $100K this could be the car for you.
Engine # R9553-9
2017-08-10 03:55:15 | Rich writes:
Do you still own this car and are you still offering it for sale?
Are you aware that another '63 S1 coupe in very poor condition and claiming to have the exact same VIN# as yours, is currently being offered on ebay by a dealer in MA?