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United Kingdom6905WK

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Record Creation: Entered on 6 November 2018.

 

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2018-10-20 01:15:35 | Reno writes:

on auction - and sold

online.handh.co.uk/m/lot-details/index/catalog/89/lot/41970/

Further info:

Unrestored E-Types are becoming rarer by the minute, which makes '6905 WK' (the car's original Coventry registration) a particularly interesting proposition being fully matching numbers including the gearbox. A lefthand drive Series 1 export example, it came off line in November 26, 1963 originally finished opalescent golden sand and was then shipped to Jaguar Cars New York, who were responsible for delivering it to its first owner, an M Lubin. The Jaguar then clocked up 70,612 before being placed in storage in 1979, where it remained until recently repatriated. At some stage the engine was removed with the intention of having it overhauled, and while now reinstalled, its condition is currently unknown. It's fair to say that the whole car will need a degree of recommissioning after all these years. However, the attraction of a relatively low mileage Series one E-Type that's so far only dwelt in the rust-free environment of California is self-evident. Finished in Maroon and trimmed in Red leather, the E-Type is presently gauged by the vendor to have 'very good' bodywork, 'average' interior trim, and 'poor' paintwork. One of just 5,871 lefthand drive Series 1 Coupes made, '6905 WK' is being sold complete with Heritage Certificate.

2018-11-06 09:10:16 | pauls writes:

Lot 114 of 139: 1963 Jaguar E-Type 3.8 Coupe

Sold For: £51,750 Estimate: £50,000 - £60,000

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