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888409

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 1963 Maroon
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Record Creation: Entered on 13 September 2021.

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Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Owner: Michael Staehr

I am the owner of this car, please contact me if you have any information on the car. Any info would be very much appreciated. Thanks

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Updated December 30th, 2017. Not legal proof of ownership.

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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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Restoration Photos: Start (1)

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Restoration Photos: Stripdown (2)

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2009-12-11 10:47:39 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 12/11/09
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-1963-XKE-Series-I-3-8-Litre-Coupe_W0QQitem ...
Current bid $7,100 reserve not met, 10 bids 9 days left in auction.

Sellers description:
This 1963 3.8 coupe is one of the most desirable E-types. This car has been in dry storage for over 25 years and the engine was fully rebuilt with a cost of over $8,000. The car's original color was black with red leather interior. It was changed to maroon at some point in it's life. The car is pretty much complete. It is missing the tools and the jack. The engine and gearbox is out of the car and is in one piece. I will place the engine in the engine bay for ease of shipping. As far as the body is concerned the area where the spare tire goes is in real nice dry condition. Where the bonnet hinges is also nice and dry. The footwells will need to be replaced. I have purchased new Martin Robey footwells that will go with the car. One side of the passenger side sill is going to need some work, but does not need to be replaced. All in all this an excellent candidate for restoration. Some of the big work has been done as you can see in the drive train. The numbers on the ID tag are car number 888409, body number V5561, gearbox number is EB6942JS, engine number R9833-9. The original engine is lost, but the rebuilt engine number is RA7502-9 and the date on the block of the engine says 09/06/64.

2010-03-04 00:27:58 | Brett Bell writes:

This 1963 3.8 coupe is one of the most desirable E-types. This car has been in dry storage for over 25 years and the engine was fully rebuilt with a cost of over $8,000. The car's original color was black with red leather interior. It was changed to maroon at some point in it's life. The car is pretty much complete. It is missing the tools and the jack. The engine and gearbox is out of the car as you can see in the photos and is in one piece. I will place the engine in the engine bay for ease of shipping. As far as the body is concerned the area where the spare tire goes is in real nice dry condition. Where the bonnet hinges is also nice and dry. The footwells will need to be replaced. I have purchased new Martin Robey footwells that will go with the car. One side of the passenger side sill is going to need some work, but does not need to be replaced. All in all this an excellent candidate for restoration. Some of the big work has been done as you can see in the drive train. The numbers on the ID tag are car number 888409, body number V5561, gearbox number is EB6942JS, engine number R9833-9. The original engine is lost, but the rebuilt engine number is RA7502-9 and the date on the block of the engine says 09/06/64. If you have any questions or need more information email me.

2013-02-16 11:22:48 | Michael stæhr writes:

The car is now in my possion in Denmark. I will do a complete nut and bolt restoration. Any information of the cars history is more than velcome.

2014-01-24 04:03:24 | Michael Staehr writes:

Any information on the car is highly appresiated.

2021-09-13 07:35:18 | Thom writes:

It's on eBay with a Buy-It-Now of $102,000 www.ebay.com/itm/174893854978

Excellent project for sale. Has been a project for owners for many years, Achilles heel was probably plenty of rust in floor and rocker panels. That rust is now fixed, body structure is restored and the body is nice and straight. This is an excellent shell, very straight, factory-like panel gaps around doors, not in crash, one of the few really straight S1s out there? No new rear fenders required or that sort of major surgery. Bonnet in almost as good shape as the body, does have a hand-size dent that needs the attention of a professional panel beater. Welds have not been sealed, so they are visible for inspection. All in all one of the best S1 shells/bodies out there... Current status (WIP): Body needs new fender lip welded in and one patch in trunk area. Bonnet not touched yet.Entire project is very well documented, and disassembled in a very structured manner, parts and hardware in boxes clearly marked, referring to the proper Plate in the official Spare Parts Catalogue (included). So even the rookie E-Type restorer will easily see what goes where.Project looks to be complete except obvious things like battery, hoses, exhaust, come and look for yourself? Paperwork ok, including Jaguar Heritage Production Record Trace CertificateSo, the major task of the structural rust is done, will you do the rest? Now in Jyllinge, Denmark, previously Braintree, Massachusetts.

2021-09-16 21:49:13 | xke7 writes:

www.ebay.com/itm/174942340580


1963 Jaguar E-Type

1963 Jaguar E-Type project, original 3.8 FHC LHD


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Used

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Vehicle Details

Excellent project for sale. Has been a project for owners for many years, Achilles heel was probably plenty of rust in floor and rocker panels. That rust is now fixed, body structure is restored and the body is nice and straight. This is an excellent shell, very straight, factory-like panel gaps around doors, not in crash, one of the few really straight S1s out there? No new rear fenders required or that sort of major surgery. Bonnet in almost as good shape as the body, does have a hand-size dent that needs the attention of a professional panel beater. Welds have not been sealed, so they are visible for inspection. All in all one of the best S1 shells/bodies out there... Current status (WIP): Entire project is very well documented, and disassembled in a very structured manner, parts and hardware in boxes clearly marked, referring to the proper Plate in the official Spare Parts Catalogue (included). So even the rookie E-Type restorer will easily see what goes where.Project looks to be complete except obvious things like battery, hoses, exhaust, come and look for yourself? Paperwork ok, including Jaguar Heritage Production Record Trace CertificateSo, the major task of the structural rust is done, will you do the rest?


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