A most stunning and wonderfully presented, recently restored example of the Jaguar E Type 4.2 Roadster in attractive S2 form. The restoration carried out by us during 2010/2011 at a cost of over £50,000.00. In a most attractive colour of Primrose Yellow with contrasting black leather interior and sitting on wider competition style wire wheels this really is a very good looking E Type indeed and benefits from a full and very expensive restoration in recent years and is ready to be driven and shown. A nice history file is present with the car including the original handbooks and Heritage Certificate and MOT certificates dating back to 1979. This particular E Type was built 17th April 1969 and supplied new by Rossleigh of Edinburgh who subsequently dispatched the car on the 20th June 1969. This is a matching numbers car and was ordered from the factory with the very rare and desirable power steering.
• Year: 1969
This wonderful S1 1/2 4.2 Roadster is presented in Dark Green with matching greem hide and carpets. This particular example benefits from a long term family ownership where the previous owners father bough the car from Hills Garage (London) in 1983. In 2005 the engine was fully rebuilt and uprated by VSE, 2007 the suspension was uprated with Harvey Bailey units, 2009 Coopercraft brakes were fitted along with 6" stainless steel wire wheels and a complete Hayward & Scott exhaust system was fitted in 2011. *Viewing by appointment only*
• Year: 1967
Engine Number: 7E 18167-9 Transmission: Manual 4 speed. Registration: VPF249G Manufactured in 1968. Here's an affordable way into E Type ownership. With interest and prices of this iconic motor car on a permanent increase, we are pleased to offer this fine series 1.5 roadster. You’ll see from the Heritage certificate that the car is an original 1968 1.5 OTS – one of the last we believe before they switched to the less attractive series 2 and 3. This E-Type has been kept in a heated garage as soon as the weather turned wintery each year, at no point in the owners tenure has the car lived outside. The car has benefited from a full service at regular intervals (circa every 1000 miles or at the start of the summer season), including regular tuning of the carbs. Minor bodywork commensurate with the age of the vehicle has been undertaken by the owner including removing spots of surface rust around the wheel arches, rear tub, and edges of bonnet. The exterior was originally finished in old English White but is now painted in an attractive series 3 V12 silver finish. The interior includes a period style modern radio with iPod jack. New chrome work has recently been fitted along with new la
• Year: 1968
• Mileage: 1000 mi
Built over the Christmas of 1966, this fabulous Coupe was among the first delivered to the USA in the new year of 1967. After crossing the Atlantic once more, the E-Type has just received a magnificent restoration on the European Continent that has brought it up the exemplary standard you see today. To complement the stunning appearance, the mechanicals and matching numbers engine have also been thoroughly rebuilt. Just test miles have been covered since and the car is as absolutely as you’d expect. During the restoration the wise decision was made to upgrade the specification for modern road use. A 5-speed gearbox, uprated brakes, a stainless steel exhaust system, uprated suspension, uprated cooling, wider wire wheels and halogen headlamps form part of a brilliant usable package. This then is a fantastic E-Type ready for touring and ultimate enjoyment. Every E-Type we sell can be converted to left or right hand drive, and can also benefit from our world-renowned Eagle upgrades . Learn about the Eagle Difference here .
• Year: 1966
• Mileage: 1967 mi
--Racing Green with Black factory correct removable hardtop with Olive Green period leather bucket seats, All-Alloy body, 1,500 miles from new, factory correct with HTP/FIA Papers Original Lightweight build by RS Panels UK. Starting life as a 1961 E-type tub, this E-type was the personal project of James Smith and the team at RS Panels for his father Bob Smith, founder of RS Panels. Numbered RSP 003, this E-type received an all new aluminum body shell to original Lightweight E-type specifications. It was completed in November 2006 after several years in the build process to ensure it would be one of the finest most exacting E-type Lightweight recreations, able to receive its FIA papers and thus acknowledged and eligible for some of the finest touring and racing events in the world, including the Goodwood Revival. This Lightweight E-Type has all the correct period parts and comes with current Historic Technical Passport/FIA papers as stated above. It is equipped as original with a Dry Sump specification 4.2 liter period correct straight 6 engine on 45 DCOE Weber carburetors and has a 4 synchromesh close ratio gearbox. RS Panels UK is well-known as having worked on 8 of the 12 origin
• Year: 1961
• Mileage: 1500 mi
--Silver with Blue leather interior, Blue carpeting and Black convertible top, 4-speed manual transmission, Factory air conditioning, Matching numbers, Wire wheels. This E-type XKE V-12 Roadster has been enthusiast owned and cared for from new. It has been in its last collector ownership since 1998. Prior to 1998 it had been in long term ownership having been owned by a West Coast collector. It has been cared for properly and with attention to preserving what is one of the best, sympathetically restored V-12 Roadsters we have had the pleasure of owning. As can be seen from the photographs, it is in absolutely superb, well serviced condition and with only slight legitimate patina to its original leather seats. It has been cared for exceptionally well and carefully to preserve in this condition. It has been properly repainted in the recent past in its original color. It is a rare to find such a well preserved example of a V-12 Roadster in this condition, it has never sustained any accident damage and has never had the need for rust repair. It is past ownership it has only been used for season, Summer fun since 1998. Today, this V-12 Roadster runs and drives as it should with absolute
• Year: 1973
• Mileage: 2015 mi
Jaguar E type V12 rhd convertible; 5,3 liters („matching numbers“) Signal red/black textile roof/interior in original state with black leather hides/4-gear-manual gear box/chrome wire wheels with knock on spinner nuts/mechanical Halda Twinmaster/rallye clocks/hardtop (new seals required) The car has had the same owner since 2005 and is in an excellent condition. Before the current owner the car was with the same owner for 17 years who imported the car from the UK in 1989. Since 2006 approximately EUR 100.000,- were invested in maintenance and major repairs. All invoices including pictures of the major restauration projects are available. The car just came back from the workshop (EUR 25.000,-/April 2015) after a complete overhaul oft he engine, the carburators, the clutch, the gear box, the brakes, front and rear axle, the wiring and painting of the bonnet (see pdf listing of the repairs done). The car is stored close to Vienna in a garage. Test drives after appointment are possible.
• Year: 1972
• Mileage: 250 mi
• Engine size: 5.4
Chassis number: 1E13769 Matching numbers LHD, original Black manual car, just finished after 2 year total restoration to highest standards (full photographic rebuild history and invoices available). The car has only just completed 200 road test miles Trimmed in Jaguar burgundy red interior and black mohair hood both from Suffolk & Turley, these being best colour combination for a Black painted car. It was originally supplied to Jaguar Cars New York is now fitted with EU standard traffic indicators and is UK registered with MOT until January 2016 Additional upgrades include; 5 speed Trimec “Driven Man” gearbox, mated to performance tuned 4.2 litre engine with 123 electronic ignition, Koni adjustable shock absorbers, Coopercraft upgraded brakes, Kenlowe cooling fan, and wider speed rated chrome wire wheels with 205/70VR15 Blockley Radial tyres A same standard car sold at RM Auctions New York Nov 2013 for $467,500 The car is in our showrooms now & ready for immediate use. A gallery of large high resolution pictures may be viewed by clicking the "More Pictures" button. Be sure to view image in "Original" format if you wish for a close up view. Menu is to right of picture. Office 01375
• Year: 1966
• Mileage: 200 mi
Jaguar E-Type 1969 2+2 coupe runs good needs some work
• Year: 1969
Jaguar E-Type 1966 S1 2+2 coupe
• Year: 1966
1967 Jaguar E-type 4.2 SI roadster, Dark Blue with grey, blue convertible top, 4.2 litre in-line 6 cylinder engine with 3 SU carburetors, 4 speed gear box, covered headlights, matching numbers, fully restored some 10 years ago with little use since. this beautiful E-Type roadster arrives the week of May 11th.
• Year: 1967
• Mileage: 250 mi
Unique, a superb original Jaguar E-type series 3 LHD convertible with we think only 10400 Miles from new! 70% first paint, beautiful original interior, super solid body with perfect panel fittings. She is running and driving but is in need of a full service and some detailing. A very rare opportunity to acquire a stunning original example! Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055
• Year: 1974
• Mileage: 6448 mi
In the early 1970’s, Jaguar gave its perennial E-Type a major makeover. While it might be hard to imagine the lusciously styled Jag ever needing a refresh, there was a lot of pressure on Jaguar to keep the car in compliance with ever stricter safety and emissions standards, and still keep it performing on par with the competition. For 1972, the heavily redesigned Series III E-Type was unveiled. It was longer, lower, wider and featured new styling that, while still clearly an E-type, was flatter and more modern than before. The biggest change lay under the long, forward hinged bonnet. The iconic 4.2 liter twin-cam inline-six “XK” engine was out, and in its place was a new, all-alloy, single overhead-cam V12 displacing 5.4 liters. The twelve breathed through a quartet of Stromberg carburetors, and put its copious torque to the ground through a choice of automatic or four-speed manual transmission. The chassis was essentially the same layout, though made wider, longer and stronger to accommodate the new drivetrain. Four wheel disc brakes provided excellent stopping power. The new E-type V12 was a softer car than its predecessor with a more generously sized cabin that was comfortable a
• Year: 1974
• Mileage: 18474 mi
• Year: 1971
Chassis number: 881486 Engine Number: RA 6677/9 Body Number: R8456 Registration number: 0-AAD-567 (Belgium.) Just out of restoration & in perfect order. This is a matching numbers car in its original colours of Opalescent Gunmetal with red interior trim. It is an original left hand drive car supplied by Jaguar Cars of New York. The car is in mint condition having just come out of a high quality European restoration. Everything one might imagine has been done to the car & it presents in as new condition. INdeed its condition leaves us with little more to say about the car other then that it is close to perfection. A gallery of large high resolution pictures may be viewed by clicking the "More Pictures" button. Be sure to view image in "Original" format if you wish for a close up view. Menu is to right of picture. Office 01442 236711 Richard Biddulph 07967 260673 We accept Credit/Debit Cards. Part Exchange welcome. Weekend & evening viewings OK. Viewings by appointment : Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate, Grays, Essex, RM17 6ST More pictures Home Page
• Year: 1964
With looks, pace, power, incredible engineering and heritage, the Jaguar E Type re-wrote the sports car rule book. Companies like Ferrari and Aston Martin were scrambling to match the hand built E Type, and of all the variants ever produced the Series 1 cars are by far the most breathtaking to drive and the most desired internationally. A rare Australian delivered example, corresponding to the Jaguar heritage certificate this Series 1, 3.8 litre E Type was delivered new to Parramatta, NSW on the 21st of September 1962. Optioned from factory in the highly sought after Opalescent Gunmetal exterior with a deep red interior this stunning example carries an exquisite road presence. Subject to an extensive 4 year, bare metal restoration completed in 2011 by Jag ′E′ Type Restorations, this is one of the best Series 1 E Types we have ever seen. With absolutely no expense spared during the restorative process, this example features a completely refreshed interior including lush Vaumol Connolly leather seating, OE centre console and all of the original dash instrumentation was rebuilt including all chrome dash fittings re-chromed no matter how small. All original running gear was overhauled
• Year: 1962
• Mileage: 4278 mi
In 1971 Jaguar introduced the Series 3 E Type with the Walter Hassan/Harry Mundy-developed 5.3-litre twin-cam V12 engine which became a defining industry standard for its combination of a smooth unobtrusive engine, torque and raw power. Recently released from an extensive classic car collection, we are pleased to present this matching numbers 5.3 litre V12 roadster. Delivered new by Henlys, London this original right hand drive example was optioned from factory with Caribbean Blue exterior over light blue trim and with the more desirable 4 speed manual transmission, a very nice and rarely seen combination. Benefitting from a professional restoration in the 1990′s, this car received a gold medal for its class within the National Concours of 1996. A testament to the overall condition, all interior componentry including the handmade dials are unblemished and in perfect working order. The carpets, leather seats, vinyl soft top and the original steering wheel are also in fantastic condition. In 2013 this example received a major service from Graeme Lord Automotive to ensure a factory smooth and well balanced drive. Brakes, suspension and all running gear received attention with no expen
• Year: 1972
• Mileage: 60230 mi
This is an original and superb corrosion free Californian E-Type that was bought to the UK in 2004 and then fully refreshed to the very sharpest condition in 2006. It remains immaculate. The history file is bulging with receipts for the replacement parts that have been incorporated during the expert restoration process. They show that ‘no stone has been left unturned’ in a bid to create a truly exceptional early E-Type roadster. The new Mohair hood and hood bag are red and they complement the interior beautifully but we can change them to black if a little more conservatism is preferred. A useful selection of upgrades have already been incorporated and these include the latest electronic ignition system, wider chrome wire wheels, Kenlowe cooling fan, sports steering wheel and a stainless steel exhaust system with tubular manifold. Every E-Type we sell can be converted to left or right hand drive, and can also benefit from our world-renowned Eagle upgrades. Learn about the Eagle Difference here.
• Year: 1963
Jaguar E-type series 2 Coupe LHD in a very good overall condition. Has been restored and mechanically rebuild some years ago. Nice black leather interior and chrome wire wheels. Body very solid and correct panel fittings. Well working and driving condition. Desirable four speed gearbox version, with triple carburetors. Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055
• Year: 1969
• Mileage: 57660 mi
Jaguar E-type Series 1, 3.8 More and more appreciated, it is now quite difficult to find a beautiful example, even more if you are looking for the best configuration: Cabriolet, 3.8L, series I. The Jaguar E-type we have for sale is one of these: a beautiful 1963 E-type Cabriolet, Series I, 3.8L. The car has been restored and since, covered 5.700 kms only. The color combinaison is beautiful: Ivory wih a navy blue interior and a navy blue hood. Perfect condition - French title.
• Year: 1963
• Mileage: 5700 mi
Beautiful correct and original Jaguar E-type series 1 convertible 4.2 LHD. Very original and honest example with we believe original mileage.Interior partly still original with lovely Patina. Body wise very clean, solid and no rust. Mechanically 100% (Matching Numbers) and well working and driving. Paint nice. Very good example for a fair price! Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055
• Year: 1967
• Mileage: 34720 mi
1966 Jaguar XKE Roadster 1966 Jaguar XKE Roadster in golden sand with parchment interior and equipped with a manual transmission, wire wheels, covered headlights and triple su carburetors. This car also comes with the spare tire, jack and drivers hand book. Very presentable car. Same owner for many years, mechanically sound. For $84,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements. Share this!
• Year: 1966
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