NOW UNDER OFFER - Shown here is an early example of a 1968 Series 2 4.2 OTS, manufactured in October and dispatched to Jaguar Cars, New York in November the same year. Finished in an original but rare Jaguar Light Blue, paired with a dark blue interior and mohair hood. It’s clear from the cars all-round tidy bodywork that it has been well maintained. Believed to have spent most of its life in California USA with only four US owners, until a Mr Trevor Boicey of Ottawa Canada took ownership in 1999 to 2012. Mr Boicey maintained the originality of the car during his ownership carrying out all the necessary mechanical work to keep this beauty on the road. The car was imported to the UK mid-2012 and entered its 2nd UK-owner’s hands, Mr Keay in mid-2015. Keay immediately began making the car mechanically perfect by fitting new steering bushes, completing a cylinder head overhaul and rebuilding the differential and rear brakes. The car has also been treated to some must-have upgrades, such as: - Full stainless-steel sports exhaust - High torque starter motor - Electronic ignition The car comes with a detailed folder of receipts for work completed and MOTs dating back to its 2012 import. Mr Keay sold the car in 2017 to its current owner, who has kept the car properly serviced while adding little miles, currently showing under 52,000 on the clock. The Series 2 E-Type represents excellent value in today’s market with its rare Light Blue finish and retrimmed, back to original specification, Dark Blue interior and it has been fitted with a new mohair hood presented in the cars original Dark Blue. This iconic classic offers a brilliant and comfortable drive and is a perfect investment for the future. To fully appreciate this E-Type we recommend you see it in person, if you would like to arrange a viewing please get in contact with us. If you would like more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01732 852 762.
Presented here is a wonderful example of a matching numbers 1965 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 OTS in left-hand drive. An immaculate car inside and out, finished in eye-catching Silver with reupholstered Light Tan interior and Black mohair hood. This superb Series 1 was manufactured on 30th November 1965, as recorded in the JHDT Certificate present in the vehicles history file, left the factory finished in Black and paired with a Light Tan leather interior and black mohair hood. The car was dispatched in December the same year to a Peter Lindner in Frankfurt, Germany, a famous racing driver & Jaguar import specialist. Peter Lindner was best known for being a successful businessman and famous racer back in the 50’s/60’s. CEO of a German dealership which in 1953 took on Jaguar representation, at only 27 years old Lindner became a huge player in the car sales world. In 1957 Lindner turned his focus to racing with co-driver Peter Nocker. Both Lindner and Nocker had a very successful racing history, with their most iconic race car being there lightweight Jaguar E-Type which was later referred to as a ‘low-drag E-Type’. Due to its reduced air resistance, the Jaguar racer soon becoming the fastest E-Type of its era. Sadly in October 1964 Lindner’s elegant streamliner E-Type was badly damaged in an accident at the 1000km race in Montlhery, Paris, which took Lindner’s life. Just over a year later our stunning Series 1 4.2 FHC was delivered to Lindner’s dealership. The first recorded owner for this stunning Series 1 was Allen Wayne Popkes, a member of the US Armed Forces who was stationed in Germany at the time. It is believed this car has spent the majority of its life in Europe until the early 2000s, where the Series 1 was imported to Italy and would soon be treated to a full comprehensive restoration. In early 2002, the E-Type began its full restoration, where the owner had the Series 1 colour changed from Black to its current stunning Silver, while the interior was reupholstered and kept original in Light Tan leather. The E-Type history provides a detailed photographic recording, during 2001 – 2005, of the restoration process featuring a selection of images covering from its strip down, body work, paint and full engine, carbs and IRS rebuild. On top of its restoration this Series 1 has been fitted with several desirable upgrades that allows the car to keep up with modern traffic. Mechanical upgrades include: • Electronic cooling fan • Electronic ignition • Koni classic shock absorbers • High torque starter With its period correct finishes and materials, the cars interior offers a classic and comfortable feel which is complemented by an overall immaculate appearance. It is clear from the cars detailed engine bay and original looking reupholstered leather interior that no expense has been sparred during its restoration, including keeping the car a highly desirable original all matching numbers E-Type, worthy of any serious classic car collection. As a result of this E-Types full restoration and desirable upgrades, this Series 1 is a pleasure and joy to drive. A brilliant investment that is ready to be both used and admired, if you are interested in this example of a all matching numbers car, please email Marcus or call us on 01732 852762.
There is nothing more desirable in the UK market than an original UK matching numbers Series 1 4.2 FHC E-Type. This stunning example was manufactured on the 15th June 1967, delivered to Henlys, London and is believed to be one the very last right-hand drives fixed heads to leave the factory. Finished in a universally appreciated Opalescent Silver Grey and reupholstered in complementing black interior. The car has been treated to a full restoration including a bare metal respray from its original Old English White to its now iconic Opalescent Silver Grey, during which time all necessary metal work was undertaken. Although the restoration didn’t stop there, this excellent coupe example has been the recipient of several highly desirable upgrades including: · Triple laced chrome competition 6.0” wire wheels · High torque starter · Alloy radiator · Electronic fuel pump · Electronic ignition · Fosseway Fan Kit, brakes and vented discs · Stainless steel exhaust The interior has been finished in contrasting Black to the very highest level by Suffolk & Turley, the overall appearance is immaculate and gives the cabin a classic and comfortable feel. The E-type is currently undergoing a period of shakedown to ensure the prospective buyer benefits from trouble free E-type motoring. The listed upgrades make this a fantastic E-Type that keeps up with modern traffic while still retaining the spirit of classic motoring. 1,583 right-drive 4.2 Coupes were built and with only half estimated to have survived these last 50+ years, this E-type is surely a rare and desirable vehicle. If you are interested in investing in this incredible example of a Series 1 E-Type, please call us on 01732 852762 or email email@example.com to arrange a viewing.
The Jaguar E-Type, manufactured between 1961 to 1975 was described by Enzo Ferrari as “the most beautiful car ever made”. The E-type helped cement Jaguar as one of the most popular automotive exporters to the U.S market. The popularity of the E-type was further enhanced by the release in 1964 of the Jaguar 4.2 litre engine, built to compete with the larger V8 engines used in US sports car market. Providing more torque, the 4.2-litre engine launch coincided with the release of the much more advanced 4-speed synchro gearbox, hugely improving both the usability and driving experience of the E-Type. A rare find and highly collectable 1964 Series 1 4.2 FHC RHD, an ideal candidate for restoration. Believed to be the 19th 4.2 model manufactured and originally finished in Opalescent Dark Green with Suede Green interior. This original UK matching numbers Series 1 is an ideal Jaguar E-Type project for someone looking for a true part of automotive history. First delivered to Henly’s Piccadilly showroom, London in late 1964 (confirmed by the Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate present with the car), the car was kept on display before being despatched on January 27th, 1965. As it stands this early example of an original UK delivered RHD E-Type Series 1 still has its factory 4.2-litre XK Jaguar engine and all-synchro close-ratio gearbox, along with visible incorporated crossover features from the 3.8 model including 3.8 wishbones, blanking plate holes, heater box and rear bumper. The exterior of this E-Type is almost completely original, with exception from a respray, it still maintains most of its 1964 factory brightwork. The story remains the same when looking at the interior as the original Suede Green trim is present including almost all interior fittings, even down to chrome cant rail cappings. The pure originality continues under the bonnet as a lot of its mechanicals remain untouched and present ranging from its original drivetrain and gearbox to its early front suspension and pedal box, a rare and highly desirable find when it comes to Series 1 E-Types in today’s market. A rare opportunity to own a genuine original E-Type Series 1 4.2 FHC RHD that encapsulates the 1960’s with its period features. Whether you would like an original, factory-correct E-Type or an upgraded example, we have the facilities to build the E-Type of your dreams. To view other customer cars restored by us please visit the “Restoration” page on our website. If you would like more information on restoration options and the corresponding pricing please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01732 852 762.
The 4.2 litre Jaguar E-type was the natural evolution of the 3.8 Series 1 Jaguar E-type, with a larger engine and more luxurious interior to make it more suitable for the American market, the 4.2 litre E-type was regarded at its time as the more refined model due to the introduction of synchro gearbox, servo brakes and a more luxurious interior including larger seats. This Series 1 4.2 Roadster was manufactured for delivery in USA in September 1966, Chassis No 1E 13560 and Engine No. 7E 10372-9 (supported by a Jaguar Heritage Certificate) and is finished in Carmen red with an immaculate black interior with a black mohair hood and hood cover (all original colours). The car underwent an extensive restoration in the USA in 2004 and comes with a large photographic record of restoration and comprehensive history file. Restoration covered every aspect to extraordinary detail across bodywork and mechanics including: • Full engine, gearbox, carburettors and independent rear suspension rebuild; • Upgraded cooling system with more efficient water pump; heavy duty radiator and Kenlow fan with 40 amp fuse; • Upgraded high performance leads, electronic ignition and modern starter motor; • Beautifully detailed engine bay and rear boot floor and sump; • Discreet I-phone wire to sound system; Since being shipped to the UK in September 2014, the car has benefited from a bare metal re-spray along with engine bay detailing, professional RHD conversation and some upgrading mechanical work: • Modern fan • Stainless steel exhaust • Electronic ignition This is a beautiful car with excellent shut lines and has an exceptionally detailed engine bay, rear boot compartment and independent rear suspension. With its well-kept original black interior, this car has been tuned to perfection with exhilarating responsiveness on both the throttle and brake that provides the most exciting and stable drive. With a perfectly tight quick synchro gearbox and no squeaks or rattles, this Series 1 E-type is a joy to drive. MOT till May 2018 and all UK documentations, as well as the original handbook and heritage certificate are present with the car. If you would like anymore information or would like to arrange a viewing, then please email us or call on 01732 852762
Launched in March 1961, the 3.8L Jaguar E-type was initially for export only, it wasn’t until the combination of looks, performance and pricing captured the British public’s imagination that the car launches domestically in July 1961. The 3.8 E-types had a number of defining features that were later removed including, beautiful bucket seats, ‘Jaguar’ boot script, and alloy dash on all but the very last. Although these were not the only telling features they are often the most recognisable. This late 3.8 Litre 1964 Jaguar E-type was supplied new to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, originally supplied with the registration ‘8162 WK’ a designation normally given to Jaguar’s own “works” racing cars. This E-type was exported to the U.S for Mr. J. W. Deeming and was shipped as a ‘Personal Export Delivery’ E-type. With extensive history dating back to December 1968, the first recorded mileage of 10,910 can be found a receipt dating from 1969 from a RAYMOND IMPORTED MOTORS of Cincinnati, Ohio at which time the E-type was owned by a Mr. Larry Heil with receipts present for his ownership going through to 1987. By 2008, the E-type was being looked after by a Sports and Vintage Race Car company based in Georgia and owned by Mr. Richard Snyder. The first record of Mr. Snyder’s ownership dates from 1989 in Carmel, Indiana and receipts also from South Carolina under the same ownership. Eventually in 2010, the E-type was exported back to the UK, supplied with original Georgian title, the E-type remained in Mr. Snyder’s ownership until this time. Upon being importing back to the E-type was stripped down during divorce proceedings in order to de-value the E-type and as such begun the restoration. After 6 years in restoration, E-Type UK acquired the project and took the E-type back to bare metal and re-finished the car in stunning Opalescent Gunmetal Grey. This matching numbers E-type is currently being built up to the highest specification, with most of our upgrades to be added. If you wish to change this decision, you can purchase the car, change it to your exact specification and it will be priced accordingly. You will be able to follow the build closely. We welcome any viewings, please contact Marcus on 01732 852 762 or on email@example.com.
Released in 1961, the E-type helped cement Jaguar as one of the most popular automotive exporters to the U.S market. The popularity of the E-type was further enhanced by the release in late 1964 of the Jaguar 4.2 litre engine, built to compete with the larger V8 engines used in US sports cars at the time. Providing more torque, the 4.2 litre engine launch coincided with the release of the much more advanced 4-speed synchro gearbox, hugely improving both the usability and driving experience of the E-Type. This Series 1 (1/2) 4.2 OTS was built on 7th November 1967 and shipped out to New York, USA on 22nd November. It currently retains its original colour combination of British Racing Green with Beige interior and Fawn hood, the first owner Richard J Neilam took delivery of the car from his local Jaguar dealer which we believe was situated in California, where the car would have spent the majority of its life. The car was imported back into the UK in mid-2011 by E-Type UK before being bought by the current owner who requested us to carry out a substantial amount of conversion and upgrade work in order to get the car to his desired specification. The car was completely converted to UK Series 1 specification; the main parts of this included a RHD conversion, triple SU carb upgrade, headlight closing, and S1 dash conversion. The car was also upgraded with a five-speed gearbox, aluminium radiator and header tank, electronic ignition, and wider triple-lace wheels. Since this work was carried out, we have serviced the car every 2 years as well as adding a few more usability-orientated upgrades along the way. This amounts to a fantastic E-Type with the ability to both keep up with modern traffic and to perform on par with modern sports cars. Due to regular check-overs and professional maintenance, the car is mechanically perfect and drives excellently. We have just fully serviced the car and carried out all work needed for an advisory-free MOT. All UK documentations as well as the original handbook and heritage certificate are present with the car. If you would like any more information or would like to arrange a viewing then please email us or call on 01732 852762.
Released in 1961, the E-type helped cement Jaguar as one of the most popular automotive exporters to the U.S market. The popularity of the E-type was further enhanced by the release in late 1964 of the Jaguar 4.2 litre engine, built to compete with the larger V8 engines used in US sports cars at the time. Providing more torque, the 4.2 litre engine launch coincided with the release of the much more advanced 4-speed synchro gearbox, hugely improving both the usability and driving experience of the E-Type. This 4.2 Litre Series 1 FHC was built on 1st June 1966 and dispatched to Jaguar of Eastern Canada where its first owner, Arnold F Urech, resided. It was originally finished in the beautiful colour combination of Opalescent Dark Green with Suede Green interior, the car still retains its original 4.2 XK engine and 4-speed synchro gearbox meaning it is fully matching numbers. This Canadian-supplied FHC E-Type is available for purchase as a restoration project finished to your exact specification, all work carried out by E-Type UK. The car is currently a sand-blasted shell, awaiting metalwork. To view other customer cars restored by us please visit the “Restoration” page on our website. Whether you would like an original, factory-correct E-Type or a road-going racecar, we have the facilities to build the E-Type of your dreams. If you would like more information on restoration options and the corresponding pricing please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01732 852762.
The 2+2 E-Type was introduced in March 1966 for the man who loved his family as much as he loved sports cars. To accommodate for the extra two people, the wheelbase was lengthened by 9 inches, the roof heightened by 2.5 inches, and two more seats were integrated into the back. This resulted in a fantastic E-Type experience for both adults and children alike. This 1968 Series 1½ 2+2 is a rarer and much preferred manual example. Subject to a full restoration in the late 1990s, this E-Type is in lovely condition and mechanically perfect. A recent trip to the Outer Hebrides without a single fault, and a recent MOT with no advisories show this to be the truth. With 5 previous owners, the car has been very well maintained since restoration with hundreds of receipts, twelve MOTs, and a Jaguar handbook present. This UK-supplied E-Type is a joy to drive, helped further by the short-shift overdrive 4-speed gearbox. To improve the aesthetics of the car, the original Series 1½ open headlights and ribbed cam covers have been swapped for their Series 1 counterparts; while the original black interior has been adorned with red piping to match the red exterior. Aside from these differences, the E-Type has been finished to original specification, often believed to be the purest E-Type driving experience there can be. This Carmen Red E-Type is ready to be enjoyed and will no doubt provide trouble-free classic motoring for whenever the time suits. A fantastic opportunity, we advise you to arrange a viewing in order to fully appreciate this car. Please contact us on 01732 852 762 or email email@example.com for more details, or to arrange a viewing.
Released in 1961, the E-type helped cement Jaguar as one of the most popular automotive exporters to the U.S market. The popularity of the E-type was further enhanced by the release in late 1964 of the Jaguar 4.2 litre engine, built to compete with the larger V8 engines used in US sports cars at the time. Providing more torque, the 4.2 litre engine launch coincided with the release of the much more advanced 4-speed synchro gearbox, along with other details that hugely improved both the usability and driving experience of the E-Type. This matching numbers Series 1 4.2 OTS was built on 14th September 1966 and dispatched to New York, USA on 3rd October 1966. The first owner Barbara Devonne of Northern California purchased the car from her local dealer and allegedly owned the car all the way up to 2002 when it was sold and subsequently parked up for the next 9 years with only 47,000 miles on the odometer. Having had only 2 US owners the car was then sold to E-Type UK who imported it back to the UK, and registered and MOT’d the car. E-Type UK sold the car to its current owner who commissioned a full nut and bolt restoration by an independent, experienced specialist. During this 2013 restoration, the E-Type was converted to RHD as well as upgraded with electronic ignition and uprated electric cooling fan to ensure the car performs well in modern traffic. Once the restoration was complete, a full check over was completed by E-Type UK to ensure everything on the car was correct. Finished in its original colour combination of Pale Primrose Yellow with Black interior and Black hood, it is retained in fantastic cosmetic and mechanical condition. Due to being built to original mechanical specification too, this E-Type is a joy to drive. A brilliant investment that is ready to be both used and admired, if you are interested in this lovely 3-owner example please email Marcus or call us on 01732 852762.