Jaguar E-type series 2 Convertible LHD in a very good condition! This particular example came from the US originally and was sold after a couple of year to the UK. In 2005 a E-type specialist did a full mechanical rebuilt on the engine and gearbox, made the cylinderhead petrol lead free, stainless steel exhaust, rebuilt the rear axle to European specifications (longer ratio 3.07)! This car has the 4.2 engine with triple carburetors! Very clean body, no rust, perfect underside, good panel fittings and great paint quality. Nice black interior wit cloth fabric soft-top and tonneau. Comes with an extensive history file including all invoices from work performed. Very nice 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: 1969
• Mileage: 48394 mi
Jaguar E-type series 1.5 Coupe LHD 4.2 in a very good overall condition. Has been restored in the past, present condition is very good, nice clean body, correct panel fittings, nice chrome etc. Paint is ok, but not perfect. Mechanically in a very good condition, well working and driving. Matching Numbers. Nice black leather interior with tinted glass, Chrome and wheels are very nice. Nice example and ready to go! Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055
• Year: 1968
• Mileage: 35208 mi
A stunning and highly original manual RHD V12 E-Type two-plus-two coupe, matching numbers with a new full body rebuild. History of this car According to Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate that accompanies the car, our E-Type was manufactured on 27.8.1971 and dispatched by the original distributor Henly’s on 17.9.1971 to supplying dealer Charles Follet in London, W1 for the first owner, a Mrs K Gaze. The colour scheme is as today, i.e light blue with a dark blue interior, and our car retains its original London registration mark JLO 110K. Little is known about our E-Type in the intervening years until our car was purchased by the current body shop owner in 2010 as an original car in need of some TLC. JLO 110K was completely stripped and rotisserie jig mounted with the aim of producing an authentically restored E-Type. To this end as much as possible of the original car was re-used, to make for a potential preservation class concours winning example. Mileage to date is 79524, which is not guaranteed but probably correct given the condition of the car prior to restoration. Since completing the Jaguar, only breaking in miles have been completed, and the new owner will need to complete t
• Year: 1971
E-Type UK have recently finished their full restoration on this Californian Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 OTS vehicle. This Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 OTS benefits from many E-Type UK upgrades including; fast Jaguar road engine, six branch stainless steel exhaust system, silicone hoses, aluminium radiator and header tank, high output alternator, Later 4 Speed Syncro Gearbox and adjustable shock absorbers front and rear. The Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 OTS comes complete with its original matching numbers four speed Moss gearbox in part of the sale, for originality purposes. For further information, please contact Mark on 01732 852 762 Back to Vehicles This 1966 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 Roadster is presented to you as a restored E-Type in opalescent… The Duck House Barn, North Frith Farm, Ashes Lane, Hadlow, Kent, TN11 9QU +44 (0) 1732 852 762 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 2631 Lavery Court Unit 5 & 6, Newbury Park, California, 91320 +1 805 498 3555 +1 805 267 6795 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Follow E-Type UK on Twitter Like E-Type UK on Facebook Website by Wallgo
• Year: 1963
Jaguar E-Type Series 1 1962 Flatfloor Roadster to be restored
• Year: 1962
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
Superb Jaguar E Type series 1 Coupé 2 + 2 Automatic. Completely restored and overhauled by a well known Dutch specialist. The color combination is sublime with the beautiful red full leather interior, similarly the bodywork with all fittings of doors and bonnet. The chrome part are paint in an absolute mint condition. Technically perfect and drives fantastic! Matching Numbers, Heritage certificate.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: 15691 mi
Jaguar E-type series 1 Coupe 3.8 LHD in a nice overall condition. Older restoration, body very solid, no rust, clean underside and good panel fittings. Paint nice but not as new/perfect. Nice original chrome, good looking chrome wire wheels. Mechanically very good, perfect running/driving condition. (Matching Numbers) Recently fitted with a beautiful beige full leather interior. Original European car, good overall and ready to go anywhere. Over 350 Classic and sportscars in stock. More information and photos on www.thegallerybrummen.nl. Or contact us by phone: 0031-575-564055
• Year: 1963
• Mileage: 44906 mi
Jaguar E Type 4.2 Series 1 2+2 4 Speed Manual finished in Sherwood Green Registered May 1967, Painstakingly Restored with a Full Mechanical Rebuild by Thomas Barclay Limited Jaguar in October 2010 including Engine, Gearbox, Suspension, Braking and Transmission, Coopercraft Brakes, Kenlowe Fan, Koni Shocks, Stainless Steel Sports Exhaust and the Usual Refinements, Recent Full Respray by Cropedy Bridge Cars, New Front and Rear Screens, New Seals, Carpets and Sound Proofing, Huge History File with Original Operating, Maintenance and Service Handbook as well as the Registration Book and Owners Service Policy, an Absolute Dream to Drive and Own. Finance Available Through our Classic Car Finance Division, Minimum Lend of £25K with Free Delivery Nationwide Available, Subject to Status.
• Year: 1967
One consequence of the E-Type's long process of development had been a gradual increase in weight, but a good measure of the concomitant loss of performance was restored in 1971 with the arrival of the Series III V12. Weighing only 80lb more than the cast-iron-block 4.2-litre XK six, the new all-alloy, 5.3-litre, overhead-camshaft V12 producing slightly more power (272 instead of 265bhp) but vastly more torque (349 instead of 283lb/ft), an output good enough for a top speed in excess of 140mph, a 0-100mph time of around 16 seconds which made the V12 the fastest-accelerating E-Type ever. Other mechanical changes beneath the Series III's more aggressive looking exterior included ventilated front disc brakes, anti-dive front suspension, Lucas transistorised ignition and Adwest power-assisted steering, while automatic transmission was one of the more popular options on what was now more of a luxury Grand Tourer than out-and-out sports car. Flared wheelarches, a deeper radiator air intake complete with grille, and a four-pipe exhaust system distinguished the Series III from its six-cylinder forbears, plus, of course, that all-important 'V12' boot badge. As the Heritage Certificate confi
• Year: 1972
• Mileage: 54000 mi
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 Litre LHD Fixed Head Coupe. Opalescent Silver Grey with Black leather. Chromed wire wheels. Subject of a total bare shell restoration to standard factory specification. Ideal for JD upgrading. Please contact us for further details.
• Year: 1965
- Comprehensive professional restoration recently completed by marque specialist - Matching numbers UK supplied RHD car with Jaguar Heritage Certificate - Finished in its original specification and colour scheme of Opalescent Silver Grey with red interior Launched at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show the Jaguar E-Type was nothing short of a revelation. With its heady blend of supercar performance, breath-taking styling and low price tag, the newcomer left rivals reeling and customers clamouring. Built as a monocoque with a front sub-frame to cradle the engine, the model's combination of all-round independent suspension (torsion-bar front / coil-sprung rear) rack and pinion steering and four-wheel disc brakes gave it excellent road holding and handling capabilities. Fed by triple SU HD8 carburettors and topped with a 'straight port' DOHC cylinder head, its indomitable 3781cc straight-six engine was quoted as developing some 265bhp and 260lbft of torque. Allied to a four-speed Moss gearbox (with synchromesh on 2nd, 3rd and 4th), it reputedly enabled the E-type to sprint from 0-60mph in 6.9 seconds and onto 150mph. Achingly beautiful yet viciously quick, the iconic E-type remains for many th
• Year: 1962
Chassis 877200 is a beautiful and recently restored example of a Jaguar E-Type 3.8 Roadster Series 1. With matching numbers, this left hand drive example was sold new to a Mr. P Reneira Jr, of Half Moon Bay in northern California, USA. The vendor believes that the car remained in the USA all of its life until he acquired it immediately after its importation into England in early 2014. He has since had the E-Type restored to what he describes as an "excellent" standard. The enormous number of invoices on file describe how the car was stripped and repainted during the restoration with many new items fitted that were obtained from the leading classic Jaguar parts suppliers. These included new wire wheels, a new steering wheel, a new black folding roof, overhauled dash board instruments, new leather seat trim and carpets to the interior, and a fully detailed suspension and under-carriage area. The engine was also overhauled with a very detailed description of the works carried out in the file. Finished in silver paint with a black leather interior and folding roof, this E-Type is offered with a Jaguar Heritage Certificate and numerous restoration records/invoices and a V5C registration
• Year: 1962
Chassis # 889877 Engine # RA5138-9 Offered With Original Books & Tools A Numbers Matching Example Two Owners From New Comprehensive Mechanical Restoration Completed Details The Jaguar E-Type has many paradigms regarding its diverse attributes. Everything from race winning Twin Cam power to streamlined iconic styling. It is a car that combines many of the best design and engineering techniques all culminating into one of the best looking and driving cars from the 1960’s. In its contemporary setting, the E-Type is still placed at the top of the scale when lists like the “100 Most Beautiful Cars” – The daily telegraph are released (2008). Even in its glory days the most exclusive of manufactures claimed its beauty (Enzo Ferrari). It is no real surprise that today it remains the must have collector car, and even if you’re only going to have one cherished car, the Jaguar E-Type must be it. The example on offer here, Chassis # 889877 was produced January 16 th , 1964 and dispatched to Jaguar Cars, NY, USA on January 28 th , 1964. It arrived in to its first owner exactly as viewed today, in Opalescent Silver Blue with a Black leather interior, which it still retains today. Thanks to its a
• Year: 1964
Chassis # 1E77301 Engine # 7E53188-9 Numbers Matching Example Offered With Original Tools, Jack and Spare A Superbly Restored 2+2 In Correct Colors Ideal For Both JCNA Concours & Touring Details The Jaguar E-Type is most remembered in its beautiful roadster form, and then second in its curvy coupe’ layout. It isn’t often that the enthusiast or collector comes to recollect or consider the more utilitarian 2+2 as a contender for a collection, show, or even as a great weekend driver. As such the collector car community has been long left with the somewhat unwanted step child, or has it? The E-type, especially a series 1, no matter the layout (coupe’, roadster, or 2+2) from the cowl forward is exactly the same: race bred, and a pure performer. Performance derived, the E-Type has the benefit of D-Type technology for the road, the true application of racing technology in a road car, and as such it is held in high regard and can be considered a true rarity within its time of production. As such, the 2+2 warrants further consideration, and appreciation for what it represents in a time where other 2+2’s struggled to achieve what the E-Type did with ease. During the run of 4.2 Litre Series 1
• Year: 1967
Chassis # 1E17567 A Numbers Matching Example JDHT Certificate Included Offered With wo Tops All Tools & Records Present Fuel Injected & Heavily Modified With Over $145,000 In Receipts Details The Jaguar E-Type is perhaps well known by its curvaceous lines, covered headlamps and racing inspired pedigree. But it’s also become the symbol of the 1960’s and an important remembrance of what automotive engineering could be when race proven success was applied to mass production road going sports cars. The Jaguar D-Type on the race track was easily a preview of what was to become for William Lyons’ newly created Jaguar E-Type. The introduction of which were only a few years later and the two cars had much to share. As production began a few factory lightweight cars were created in an effort to stay competitive on circuits around the world. Keeping up with the win on Sunday sell on Monday was paramount to the E-types success as a sports car. The lightweight factory race cars sported very unique features, and were just that, very light weight. Amongst the modifications one could find much aluminum, fuel injection, and a 5-speed gear box. These quick, nimble and ferocious coupes became the ba
• Year: 1968
Chassis # 1E31825 Engine # 7E5821-9 A Numbers Matching Example 31,000 Documented Miles From New Long Time CA Car From New Complete With Books, Tools, Jack, Spare and Hammer Totally Original and Well Preserved Interior Offered With JDHT Certificate Details Detailed description coming soon! Available Documentation: (Click on the links below to view the file) Original Books Original Books JDHT Certificate Service History 1 Service History 2 Service History 3 Service History 4 Ownership/Registration History 1998 Re-paint Photos 1998 Repaint – Ragtops & Roadsters Share this: Pinterest Facebook Twitter Like this: Like Loading... Inquire Here Vehicle Name* Your Name* Phone* Your Email* Your Message Add me to the Email Listings * Required Fields
• Year: 1966
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• Year: 1967
Chassis # 880862 Engine # RA4958-9 All original Parts Included Tastefully Modified for Performance and Reliability A Numbers Matching Example A Strong Performer and Rust Free Example Details Sold! Share this: Pinterest Facebook Twitter Like this: Like Loading... Inquire Here Vehicle Name* Your Name* Phone* Your Email* Your Message Add me to the Email Listings * Required Fields
• Year: 1964
Year: 1962 Colour: Ivory White Trim: Light Blue Configuration: RHD Transmission: Manual Engine Capacity: 3.8
• Year: 1962
Chassis # 1E10022 Engine # 8L148468-S 75% Hand Crafted Aluminum Construction Built To Incredibly High Standards - No Expense Spared Numbers Matching Engine Included - FIA Eligible Highly Accurate Recreation & Very Well Documented Details Jaguar is perhaps one of the few manufacturers during the 1950’s-1960’s that designed each car from the basis of their motorsport success as the platform for a competitive market share on the road. The C-Type and D-Type Success at LeMans and throughout race tracks in Europe and North America provided a strong base for the company to continue improvements and further allocate funds to racing. It was these efforts that brought about the E-Type; a timeless and important part of automotive history. The symbiotic relationship of road cars and race cars at the jaguar factory meant that some very special E-Types were to be built to continue the competitive edge jaguar had recently developed. According to The book: JAGUAR C-type, D-type & Lightweight E-type Register recently written by Terry Larson and accompanying writers, the Lightweight E-Type really started as an idea manifested into a prototype in 1957, Chassis number E1A. This was more of a design ex
• Year: 1965
Chassis # 1R10200 Engine # 7R6639 A Numbers Matching Example Recent Total Mechanical Restoration By Marque Specialist Offered With Comprehensive Records & Photos A Superb Turnkey Driver Details The most recognized English sports car of the 1960s, the Jaguar E-Type continues to impress consumers some 54 years after its launch in 1961. Following the great success of the XK140 and XK150, the E-Type on the surface was a drastic change to Jaguar’s former line up. Designed by Malcolm Sayer, the E-Type was aimed to “cheat the wind” using complex formulas combined with Malcolm’s uncanny eye for aerodynamics. A true testament to its design beauty would be Enzo Ferrari’s commenting “it was the most beautiful car he had ever seen.” The E-Type would bring many great technological advancements, previously unheard of in the sports car field. Using an independent rear suspension, handling greatly improved; while power assisted 4 wheel disk brakes would enhance breaking on the street, and the track. The body, a stressed steel monoque was developed on the Jaguar D Type racecar, and something radically different from anything the competition had ever seen. The 3.8 liter 6 cylinder power plant was ca
• Year: 1969
This 1966 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 Roadster is presented to you as a restored E-Type in opalescent dark blue with connolly hide red leather and dark blue hood. Originally supplied to California this Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 Roadster has had only two owners from new and comes with a detailed history file including the original Jaguar bill of sale. The Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 Roadster has recently come to the end of a year long, full nut and bolt resoration. For further information please contact Mark on 01732 852 762 Back to Vehicles E-Type UK have recently finished their full restoration on this Californian Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8… This is a matching numbers multi JCNA concourse winner 1964 E-Type 3.8 Roadster, presented to you in… The Duck House Barn, North Frith Farm, Ashes Lane, Hadlow, Kent, TN11 9QU +44 (0) 1732 852 762 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com 2631 Lavery Court Unit 5 & 6, Newbury Park, California, 91320 +1 805 498 3555 +1 805 267 6795 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Follow E-Type UK on Twitter Like E-Type UK on Facebook Website by Wallgo
• Year: 1965
Once unlatched, the vast front end lifts with ease to reveal the 4.2-litre straight-six engine. Being a Californian E-Type this example is fitted with twin Zenith-Stromberg carburettors producing 245hp.
• Year: 1968
• Mileage: 84079 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
Mayfair 020 7125 1400 | Maldon 01621 879579 Series 1 4.2 Litre JD Sport E-Type Roadster currently under construction. Finished in Opalescent Gunmetal. Final specification can be tailored to your individual requirements and Interior colour preference. A choice of Left or Right Hand Drive. Standard specification will include JD high torque engine, JD 5-speed manual gearbox, JD AP brakes, electric power steering, handmade stainless steel exhaust manifold and exhaust system, JD suspension, JD handmade alloy radiator and electric cooling fan, JD Sport stainless steel 16” competition wire wheels, choice of carburettors or JD fuel injection. This is the last chance to purchase a newly JD restored E-Type until our next batch of E-Type restorations begin in October 2016. Please contact us for further details.
• Year: 1966
JAGUAR 'E' TYPE ROADSTER 3.8 SERIES I (OPALESCENT SILVER BLUE) - 1962 Refurbished by one of the UK's most renowned E-Type specialists restored to Concours level. Manual Series I Opalescent Silver Blue Coachwork Black Leather seats with Navy Blue Carpets Aluminium Centre Consol Dark Blue Soft top Restoration work Fully documented. Chromed wire wheels P.O.A. interested in vehicle print vehicle details
• Year: 1962
• Mileage: 249 mi
1973 Jaguar E Type Roadster Series III finished in Carmen Red with Black hide interior and Crema soft top, Automatic transmission, stereo system.The finest Chrome wire wheels. Chrome exhaust system, Previous owner over the 32years, totally restored to a very high standard. Total miles is 25,000, Fortune spent on restoring this superb E Type drives like new.This car is just amazing. interested in vehicle print vehicle details
• Year: 1973
• Mileage: 25000 mi
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