|Engine||3781cc, in-line six-cylinder|
|Power||265bhp @ 5500rpm|
|Torque||260lb ft @ 4000rpm|
|Price when new||£2098|
1970 Jaguar E-type 4.2 Series 2 roadster ,English car with matching numbers and jaguar heritage trust certificate. Beautifully restored with Suffolk and Turley Interior and blue mohair hood. Wintered in carcoon in garage. Lovely driving car with class!
Currently going through our workshops for a full restoration to original specification is this 1961 Jaguar E Type 3.8 Fixed Head Coupe Flat Floor. Manufactured on the 9th December 1961 this is chassis number 860083. This is an original right hand drive, matching numbers car that will be finished in its original colours of Opalesent Gunmetal with Red trim. Please contact us to arrange a visit where you can see the car being restored in our workshops.
This is a beautiful Jaguar E Type that is finished in the original colours of Carmen Red with Black trim and is a matching numbers car. Manufactured on the 14th December 1964 and dispatched on the 8th January 1965 to Jaguar Cars New York. This car ended up in a private collection in Belgium until it was sold at Bonhams 2004 auction in Monaco stating the car having covered just 8550 miles from new. Now reading just 11650 miles and with old MOT’s going back to 2008 we believe this to be correct. Retaining lots of original trim and the original hood we think this is a very special car and one for the discerning collector.
This lovely Jaguar E Type was dispatched to New York on 2nd June 1969 and returned to the UK in 2005. Since returning the car has been restored and converted to right hand drive. A very nice driving Jaguar E Type that has been fitted with a 2.88 differential for cruising along. The history file contains photographs/receipts from the restoration and MOT’s going back to 2005. Please contact us to arrange a viewing/test drive.
Manufactured on the 1st May 1970 this is a very smart looking E Type Series 2 Roadster in Red with Cream trim. The car is an older restoration but is still in excellent condition having been kept and maintained very well. A great driving car that is very comfortable having had our sports seats fitted. The history file contains a Heritage Certificate, old MOT’s and invoices of previous work that has been carried out on the car. Please contact us to arrange a viewing/test drive.
This is a beautiful Jaguar E Type V12 Roadster that looks stunning in British Racing Green with Biscuit trim. Manufactured on 4th October 1972 this is an original right hand drive car. An older restoration that has been kept in excellent condition. The car is fitted with a 5 speed gearbox and a stainless steel sports exhaust system. A great car to drive that sounds superb. Please contact us to arrange a viewing/test drive.
This 1971 Series 3 OTS was fully restored by E-Type UK in 2014 with no expense spared, featuring substantial upgrades transforming the E-Type into a true sports car. Presented in an eye-catching Carmen Red and paired with a retrimmed Biscuit interior, creating an authentic Jaguar combination. Originally delivered to NYC, USA in December 1971, the car was later sourced as a restoration project late in 2011 for Englishman, Mr Todd. For driving ease the E-Type was converted to right-hand drive and in the pursuit of sports car performance was fitted with a 5-speed manual transmission, leaps head from its factory automatic set up. Other mechanical upgrades include: - Electronic fuel injection - Uprated front shocks with stiffer antiroll bar and torsion bars - New sports power steering rack - Uprated Alternator - AP front discs and callipers - Full Haywood & Scott sports exhaust system - Alloy radiator with cooling fans and Samco hoses Sitting proudly on a set of deep-dish 15-inch wire wheels, this Series 3 offers an unmissable stance that will surely turn heads in town. Since it’s restoration in 2014 the E-Type is currently presented in superb condition with its desirable lines and road mark free body. Step inside to a retrimmed biscuit interior and uprated Moto-Lita steering wheel, providing a sporty and comfortable driving experience. The E-Type also features a period correct rebuilt radio with MP3 and Bluetooth interface providing modern day luxuries. Accompanied by numerous restoration invoices and receipts, this exceedingly high-spec Series 3 V12 offers a very rare opportunity to buy a high-performance 70’s classic that is ready to be enjoyed. To arrange a viewing to fully appreciate the car, please contact us on 01732 852 762 or email email@example.com for more details.
If you are Looking for a Pristine S1 E type Roadster with history, low mileage and that is a matching numbers original car then this is the car for you, Built on the 13th of March 1962 and despatched from the Factory on March 23rd 1962,first registered in 1963, this E type has only covered 36,718 miles from new and has a very interesting history, it spent part of its life in south Africa, it is a 4 owner car from new, it has never had any rust at all ever, the body and all panels are the factory originals with no bondo or repairs ever, it is all matching numbers confirmed by the british motor heritage trust and is in superb condition, the colours are also the correct factory ones that it left the factory with in 1963. Repainted once in late 80\'s but paint continues to look superb. Exterior, interior, and chrome all look outstanding, always stored in the climate controlled storage shown in the photos. Recently tuned and serviced, it has a Brand New Soft top, Brand New battery, brand new stainless steel chrome wire wheels and bridgestone tyres. This is one of the best Series one E types with history from new that you will probably ever find.
FOR SALE A beautiful UK RHD Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 FHC with matching numbers. EQUIPMENT Steel body of monocoque construction, triple blade two-speed windscreen wipers, sealed beam asymmetric headlights, single reversing light, 160mph speedometer, revolution counter, ammeter, water and oil pressure gauge, fuel light, electronic clock, map reading lamp, panel light switch, starter switch, heated rear window, hinged rear quarter windows, cigar lighter, brake fluid/handbrake warning light, air and temperature control, recessed choke, adjustable steering wheel, padded screen rail. Options: Radiomobile with twin speakers. EXTERIOR Costing more than the Open Two-Seater when new, the Series One Jaguar E-Type Coupe is stunning from any angle especially when finished in Opalescent Silver Blue as this example. The amazing chrome has a mirror finish and low drag characteristics are helped by desirable Series One features such as glass headlight covers, quarter bumpers and small front air mouth. Favoured by Jaguar enthusiasts worldwide, the tail lights above the bumper and the badge on the boot proclaiming "Jaguar 4.2 Litre E-Type” are key attributes. Restored in 1993 from Golden Sand this example maintains an attractive appearance thanks to a pampered, no expense spared mentality to the upkeep and storage with only one tiny mark to the rear barely worthy of a mention. The underside and wheel apertures are free from excess underseal and help reveal the excellent structural integrity of this machine. As Enzo Anselmo Ferrari called it, "the most beautiful car ever made" INTERIOR Superlative qualities will be enjoyed from the cockpit of this luxurious and iconic sports car. Thickly padded bucket seats upholstered in finest quality Dark Blue Vaumol leather over deep Dunlopillo cushions only found on grand marques and deep pile carpeting over thick underlay are beautiful Jaguar traits. The carpets have been protected by Jaguar rubber floor mats. The Labelled toggled switches found on the early Series One cars are preferred by most rather than the black plastic rocker switches and all function. All Smiths gauges give healthy readings and purists will enjoy original features such as the chrome Lucas rear view mirror three-spoke lightweight alloy steering wheel with wood rim proudly displaying the growler badge. Incredibly special, opulent and a real automotive indulgence. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION This is a matching numbers vehicle with the factory supplied engine still fitted. The six cylinder 4.2 litre XK engine with twin overhead camshafts and three S.U carburetters produces 265bhp and performs impeccably with silky smooth power delivery thanks to expert maintenance and care. The engine bay is very clean and the chassis number can still be seen stamped in the correct location. Some modern additions such as a high torque starter, spin on oil filter kit, Kenlowe fan and full electronic ignition while still retaining the original distributor are fitted. The four speed manual gearbox with synchromesh on all gears is light and a joy to use. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Stunning 15inch wire spoke wheels with centre lock hubs are immaculate and shod in period design expensive Blockley 185/R15 tyres with ample tread. Servo assisted disc brakes all round with independent hydraulic circuits front and rear stop the car safely. HISTORY FILE A Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate numbered 29164 confirms this vehicle as being a genuine Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 Litre fixed head coupe right hand drive with matching numbers. It was manufactured on the 23rd November 1965 and dispatched on the 7th December 1965. The original distributor was Henlys Limited, Manchester who sold the car to a Mr Arnold Flintshire. Restored in 1993 and enthusiast owned since with the current devoted custodian, Mr Peter Charles Taylor a retired RAF Wing Commander having owned the car since March 2008. A comprehensive history file since the restoration includes all invoices by trusted Jaguar specialists, photos of works carried out and even a Driver Log detailing all works carried out on what date and at what mileage. Two A4 folders of history are included along with an operating maintenance and service handbook and two keys. This example is a true spectacle with unrivalled looks and a Great British classic icon. MOT February 2019, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/OSXc0iSg6Mo To see a full set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kgfclassiccars/albums/72157695512384952 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars
A superb E type jaguar that was Restored a few years ago.Documentation and Receipts all come with the car, all correct and matching numbers original factory engine, the photos speak for them selfes, this E Type needs nothing and is an investment grade purchase, has also just had over $5,000 spent on the following, Black canvas top just installed, brand new stainless exhaust system, new disk brakes,new tyres all round, new clutch just fitted and new water pump. The car is ready to get in and drive.
Throughout the 1950s, Jaguar worked feverishly to establish its dominance in sports car and endurance racing. The XK120 had become a formidable competitor in club-level motorsports and the factory soon developed a full-race version officially known as the XK120-C (for Competition), which we all know simply as the C-Type. XK120 running gear was mated to a lightweight tubular frame that was skinned in a beautiful alloy body. The light and powerful C-Type won the 24h of Le Mans on its first attempt in 1951, sparking a string of victories at the French Classic that would last through the 50s. One of the key developments of the C-Type was the use of Dunlop disc brakes in 1953, which truly revolutionized motorsport and were largely responsible for the C-Type’s second win at Le Mans in 1953. In 1954, the D-Type was unveiled as a revolutionary replacement for the C-Type. The traditional tubular chassis was scrapped in favor of a light and strong monocoque chassis. The stunning bodywork was largely the work of Jaguar’s aerodynamics-obsessed stylist Malcolm Sayer. Power came from the proven XK-series inline six in 3.4 or 3.8-liter form (with a 3.0-liter version run in 1958) and fed by either a trio of Weber carburetors or Lucas fuel injection on later cars. The D-Type’s shape played a key role in its success – proving to be more than 12mph faster down the Mulsanne straight than the brutish 4.9-liter Ferraris. With the D-Type, Jaguar scored 3 more victories at Le Mans in 1955, 1956 and 1957 and its sophisticated construction would inspire the next great Jaguar road car; the E-Type of 1961. When it came to racing the E-Type, however, Jaguar seemed to stumble. Management was unsure of how to approach a proper racing version to compete with the likes of the Ferrari 250 SWB and GTO, and they took a bit too long to settle on a concept. The first attempt was a fixed roof car in the spirit of the D-Type. This car, famously known by its registration number “CUT 7” featured Malcolm Sayer’s new low-drag bodywork that was riveted and bonded in place. The gorgeous car was undeniably an E-Type, yet had a distinctly racier appearance. Rather than develop the low-drag, Jaguar shifted focus to a lightweight, all-alloy version of the E-Type roadster of which twelve were built. They featured an aluminum tub and alloy block XK engine but the styling was essentially the same as the road car. The ultimate E-Type came when German Jaguar distributor Peter Lindner and his racing partner Peter Nocker combined the lightweight and low drag concepts. The so-called Lindner-Nocker E-Type was based on Lindner’s own factory-built Lightweight and adapted with Sayer’s low-drag panels. It was enormously fast and more than a match for the Ferrari 250 GTO at Le Mans, and one can only imagine what Jaguar could have accomplished had they put the might of the competitions department behind it. Sadly, Lindner was killed in the car and it was locked away for decades before it was carefully restored in 2011. One other factory lightweight E was developed into a Low-Drag car, famously known by its registration number of "49 FXN". This car would ultimately score the most success on the track, and is still active in historic racing today. Despite the fact that only three cars were built in period, the legend of the Low Drag E-Type has inspired many to create their own versions for race or road, and recreations are formidable competitors in historic motorsport around the world. We are very pleased to offer this gorgeous Jaguar E-Type Lightweight Low-Drag coupe. Based upon a 1962 E-Type, this stunning car has been built from the ground-up to comply with FIA sporting regulations and is legal for both track and street. The fabulous low-drag bodywork was built by Jacob Engineering in the UK, using the finest components finished to a very high standard. With its exposed rivets and aggressive stance, the look is said to be inspired by the famous 49 FXN, albeit with a few personal touches. It sits low on a set of period-look Technomagesio peg-drive wheels which mimic the look of the original Dunlop alloys, but with the strength and durability for modern track use. Sticky Avon CR6-ZZ DOT-race tires give the right period-correct look while offering up excellent grip and handling characteristics. Quality of the metallic silver-gray paintwork is very good, and the car has been carefully enjoyed in the hands of its most recent owner, who maintained it as part of a large collection of significant Jaguar road and racing cars. Featherweight aluminum doors feature sliding Plexiglas side windows and simple door cards trimmed in black. The purposeful, race-focused cockpit is protected by an FIA-approved roll cage but is also trimmed with carpet and sill upholstery to provide a modicum of comfort. The windscreen is heated for clear vision in all conditions. Required FIA safety devices include a plumbed fire system, interior, and exterior electrical cut-off, and Willans 5-point harnesses. It is currently fitted with period-correct 3.8-style seats trimmed in black leather, and a pair of ultra-light form-fitting race seats will also be included for track duty. The current owner updated the steering with a tilt/telescopic column for additional comfort whether on the road or the race course. Beneath the alloy bonnet sits a 3.8-liter XK inline six that is reportedly good for well in excess of 350 horsepower. Built in the UK by the highly respected Jaguar specialists Rob Beere Racing, it is remarkably tractable for road use but is also enormously capable on the track. The engine is mated to a 4-speed all-synchro gearbox, and the suspension is fully dialed in to provide excellent, balanced handling. This car is seriously quick, and in the hands of the current owner (an active vintage racer), was highly successful in JCNA Slalom Competition (Autocross), scoring the second fastest time for the 2016 season and once beating Jaguar’s current F-Type R by a full four seconds. It is believed to have run a number of important UK and European events in the hands of its first owner. More recently, it has done some vintage racing, including an appearance at the Lime Rock Historics. It is currently US-titled and registered for road use, and the sale will also include previous UK V5C registration documents, the MSA HTP (Historic Technical Passport) and the all-important FIA documents which allows entry into virtually any European historic event. Expertly prepared and well-sorted, this gorgeous E-Type Lightweight hints at what could have been if Jaguar followed Malcolm Sayer’s lead and developed the E-Type to take the fight to the Ferrari GTO.
Variant: E-Type Convertible 5.3L V12 Manufactured in October 1973, this Series III E-Type has covered an unbelievably low 2,500 miles from new- having been cared for and caressed by its current custodian since 1990. At this time the car was restored to an exceptional standard ( costing in excess of 100,000 GBP then by English Cars of Distinction) The car was uprated to the high specification presented today, which included Connolly leather throughout with matching bound carpets and burr walnut veneer dashboard. The steering and suspension system was also uprated with all components Zinc plated or powder coated. Brakes were uprated to vented discs and chrome wire wheels. The engine was also enhanced with a 90×70 bore and stroke firing from 4 strombergs and producing 272bhp mated to a 5 speed gearbox. The result is a sensation. Finished in iconic primrose, over chocolate bean interior and having covered just 2,500 miles this has to be one of the lowest mileage V12 roadsters to be offered on the open market.
This is an absolutely stunning looking Jaguar E Type in excellent condition. Restored and completed in 2010 this car has been maintained to the highest standards coming from one of our clients private collection. A fantastic driving car that is fitted with the following upgrades: . Fully balanced engine . Stainless steel sports exhaust . Sports seats . Coopercraft brakes front and rear . Upgraded cooling fan . Radio with bluetooth/ipod connection . 6'' Competition wire wheels with Avon tyres Please contact us to arrange a viewing/test drive.
This is an original right hand drive UK car in stunning condition. The car had a full nut and bolt concours stanard restoration carried out in the 1990's. A concours award winner in the UK and the USA at The Jaguar Drivers Club also The Benson and Hedges Classic Concours events. A lovely history file along with lots of trophies and photos of the restoration come with this beautiful car. To arrange a viewing/test drive please contact us.
Manufactured on the 9th June 1973 this is an original right hand drive, matching numbers car. Taken to Jersey in 1992 by the current owner this beautiful car has been treasured and maintained to the highest standards. The car comes with a fantastic history file of five folders including a magazine with the car featured on the front cover and several certificates from Jaguar events. Also included is a factory hardtop painted in body colour. Please contact us to arrange a viewing/test drive.
This rare French barn find is one of the first 500 E-Types produced by Jaguar and one of the very early left hand drive, outside bonnet lock cars with all matching numbers. Chassis No. 875256 was delivered new to the Belgium Motor Company dealership in Brussels in July 1961 and was subsequently sold to ‘Societe de Civel Immeubles en Afrique.’ It resurfaced in France in 2015 and we believe it was imported from Luxembourg in 1975. The car is very complete, although in parts, and was bought by the previous owner to be restored. He gave it to French restorers who started work on the car, but shortly after took it away and kept it safe in his garage in Grigny in the southern suburbs of Paris, France. CMC purchased Chassis No. 875256 from him and are now currently restoring the car back to its original specification. This is a very rare opportunity to acquire a very early outside bonnet lock E-Type Roadster and have it restored by the world’s premier Jaguar restoration company.
Supplied new to New York this Jaguar E Type was imported back into the UK in 1989. The car underwent a full restoration in the 90’s and was reassembled in RHD with triple carburettor specification. Our client purchased the car in 2009 having us maintain the car to a very high standard whilst in his ownership. This car drives very nicely and is in excellent condition having just gone through our workshops to have new engine frames fitted. The history file that comes with this car is excellent having photos of the restoration and old MOT’s going back to the 90’s. Please contact us to arrange a viewing/test drive.
This Series 1 4.2 Roadster is in excellent condition and looks stunning in this colour combination. After many years of use the car underwent a major programme of restoration over two years and returned to use in the early 1990’s. Since restoration the car has been serviced and maintained to a very high standard and various options have been added along the way such as five-speed transmission, competition laced wire wheels, uprated brakes and inertia reel seat belts. We supplied this car to the current owner in 2016. It is a great car to drive and the five speed transmission makes motorway driving very relaxed. In great condition we believe this car represents fantastic value for those looking for a real driver’s car.
Variant: S1 This original 3.8 left hand drive series one E Type Jaguar restored to the highest standards. More info soon, please call for more details.
This very original 1973 Jaguar E Type series III manual right hand drive car, was first delivered into the UK to the first owner. The car was sold to Norway where it has been for the rest of its life and ready to come back to the UK to be re-registered. The car has had only three owners from new and back now with the second owner again, with only 44500 documented miles and full history files, its one of the most original cars on the market and wants for nothing.
Tracker Fitted, Full Leather, UK Specification, UK Supplied This beautiful RHD E-Type is UK SUPPLIED - not a US Import that has been changed to RHD with an inferior engine. Supplied new to a well-known Gentleman in Troon by Ritchies of Glasgow in the ice cream business - co-incidentally it is Chassis No 99! This gorgeous car still has its original plate on the car TOG191. He kept the car many years and passed it to his daughter, thus remaining in Troon all its life. Finished in unmarked Opalescent Blue Metallic with excellent soft Red Leather Interior. The carpets and chrome work are excellent. Chrome Wires wheels. Makers oil pressure. MOT's confirming mileage as well as Handbooks and warranty card. Do not confuse this with the usual over restored car with no provenance. Just driven her 450 miles with no issues. Tax exempt and a sure fire guilt edge investment.