1969 Jaguar E-Type (XKE) OTS Roadster Series II A numbers matching, well-maintained and largely original example. The XKE still in its original colour combination of “Ascot Fawn” over Beige Leather. 246 bhp, 4,235 cc DOHC inline six-cylinder engine, dual carburetors, four-speed manual gearbox, independent front suspension with wishbones, torsion bars and anti-roll bar, independent rear suspension with lower wishbones, trailing lower radius arms, coil springs and anti-roll bar, and four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes. This Jaguar XKE is extremely well-maintained, largely original, and has pleasant road manners.
1973 Primrose yellow, Jaguar E-Type roadster right hand drive, UK car, professionally restored in the 1990s including a completely reconditioned automatic gearbox. Custom made, magnolia coloured leather interior with carpets and hood in cocoa brown.
Chequered Flag International is pleased to offer this 1973 Jaguar Etype V12 Roadster in Primrose with Black leather interior. Automatic with air conditioning and chrome wire wheels. 47,600 miles from new same owner for 42 years. Jaguar Heritage Certificate. Fantastic rust and accident free body with excellent paint. Very nice original interior. New top just fitted. Mechanically excellent. We just checked and serviced it . Replacing all hoses and clamps, oil and filter. New brake hoses, rebuilt power steering pump. New tire rod ends, front shocks and ball joints, transmission service, brake fluid, reservoir, etc. Inspections encouraged. All sales AS-IS. Sales tax and license fees due if delivered in California. Visit Chequered Flag International online at chequeredflag.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 310-827-8665 today to schedule your test drive.
2 LTR. ROADSTER 1968. Signal Red with Beige hide interior. Black mohair soft-top. Chromium wire wheels. This is a multi JDC/JEC/Autoglym concourse winning car. Very well known, it has just returned from display at Jaguar Cars Ltd. We have known the car and owner for over 25 years and have never seen a better example. Please enquire
RELATIVE INEXPENSIVE EXAMPLE WITH INTERESTING STORY Brand Jaguar Type E-Type Series I 3.8 Color Red Interior Black Year of build 1963 Price € 135.000,- 1962 JAGUAR E-TYPE SERIES I 3.8 LHD CONVERTIBLE Inarguably one of the all-time greatest automotive designs Most desirable series Great driver with excellent handling Shown in the museum of Modern Art THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART “The body’s subtle, swelling curves and depressions reflect carefully calculated geometries based on the ellipse. The most prominent feature—the long, projecting hood—is modeled with a distinctive ‘power bulge’ that runs down the hood’s center to accommodate the powerful engine. Louvered air-intake panels penetrate the otherwise smooth surface. The hood curves down to a grille-less nose that sucks in air to cool the engine. The gently swelling fenders terminate in glass cowl headlights that are seamlessly encapsulated into the body. The view of the car’s contours is as compelling to the driver as to the passerby.” These are the words that the Museum of Modern Art in New York City uses to describe one of its larger acquisitions. The sculpture is described as having a “steel body: 47″ x 64½” x 14? 7½”.” It is a Ja
- 08/1973 Series III 5.3 V12 2+2 Coupe - Left Hand Drive - Automatic Transmission - UK registration - Originally right hand drive. A top to bottom restoration was undertaken by "Suffolk and Turley Ltd" at 17,500 miles. Today the recorded miles of 19,050 are to the best of our knowledge genuine and supported by old MOT's certificates. - It remains in beautiful condition. Structurally very sound. No corrosion. All matching numbers and accident free. - More photographs are available upon request. - Car is available to view anytime by prior appointment in Marbella, Spain. - For any further information please contact us: Tel: (+34) 677.451.017. Also Whats App Email : email@example.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/automaganto/
- Unusually original Series 1 3.8 Roadster right down its factory installed body number plaque and carburettor sequence tags etc - Currently displaying an unwarranted but not inconceivable 22,400 miles - Recently repatriated from a Massachusetts barn. Running and driving but in need of recommissioning and / or restoration
Jaguar E-Type 3,8 Flat Floor Coupé Equipment: Flat Floor Matching numbers Matching Colours Måske det flotteste eksemplar vi har set billeder af restaurering Køb din pensions opsparing Meget sjælden model ring for info
Gearbox: 4 Speed Moss Box Age: 1964 This 1964 Series 1 3.8 Roadster is the 7th to last built and is probably one of the youngest 3.8 series 1 cars still running. It is a very original UK RHD matching numbers car. Never converted, updated or modified the previous owner enjoyed the car for 30 years. He restored the car in 1985. The car was given a bare metal resprayed by Midlands bodyshop, Henry Martyn, in it’s original colour of Opalescent Silver Blue and retrimmed in the original blue leather with a matching new navy blue hood fitted. The engine was rebuilt by respected marque experts, Forward Engineering, who at the same time also rebuilt the rear axle. Chromework, the hood frame, wheels etc. were all restored and refettled as required. New Dunlop SP Sport tyres were fitted in 1990 and since then the car has been dry stored and used sparingly for pleasure with no more than 5,000 miles covered in the last 30 years. Other than the windscreen and the bonnet the car is completely original, including the Moss gearbox.
Gearbox: 4 Speed Moss Box Engine: 4200 Mileage: 0 One of 1957 RHD Series 1 4.2 Coupes. Delivered new to Hatfield Jaguar Dealers in Sheffield in October 1965. The car has remained in the UK with many invoices on file and history back to 1971. The car was sold in 2010 part restored by famous race driver Willie Green. The car has just come out of an extensive restoration by well-known Jaguar specialists M&C Wilkinson to their full “Sayer” specification. The all matching car is effectively a brand new car.
Jaguar E-Type Series 2 cabriolet 1970 in topcondition This legendary 1970 Jaguar E-Type Series 2 convertible in a very beautiful British Racing Green paint is great to see. The Jaguar has beautiful chromeparts and chrome wire wheels. In 2016 the car was restored. The interior has black leather and comfortable seats. The original matching numbers 4235 CC engine has 265 HP and produces a great sound. This Jaguar drives really great and is a healthy investment. Car has USA title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.
- An early matching numbers example acquired by the current owner in around 1978 as a running car but in need of restoration - The engineer vendor stripped the car in the mid 1980's and carried out significant restorative works to the body and mechanicals - The construction of racing and aerobatic aircraft restricted the E-Types rejuvenation and it has remained in a barn loft since 1990 The green registration book that accompanies this early right-hand-drive E-Type 3.8 Coupe shows that it was acquired by Venture Garage of Holbrook, Derbyshire, in March 1969. The current proprietor of the garage informed us that his father, Tom Bacon, was quite well known in the local area for driving around in this E-Type. Clearly an enthusiast, Mr Bacon owned five V12 versions when he passed away in around 2005. Original paint on the door and bonnet hinges lead us to believe that the car was originally finished in Opalescent Silver Blue, and after sporting a red hue for a while the car was navy blue when Mr Bacon sold it at an unknown date to a Mr J A Dyson. Our vendor purchased the car in around 1978 from Mr Dyson (the accompanying sales invoice is undated), and at that time the car was able to b
Jaguar E-Type 4,2 Roadster Equipment: Kan ikke beskrives Skal ses Bilen er total renoveret Opgraderet bagtøj 3 Karburator 5 trins gearkasse dette unikke eksemplar er måske den flotteste vi har set ring for info
Jaguar E-Type 5,3 V12 2+2 Coupé Equipment: Meget fin stand restaureret og mange kvitteringer medfølger skal ses ring for info
Variant: 4.2 This E-type has been part of a large collection of cars all kept in a climate controlled garage she boast Full matching numbers plus correct colour combination to match the Jaguar Heritage Certificate. Finished in the best colours of Metallic Silver with Dark Blue leather. The paint is in fabulous condition, the whole interior is in dark blue with contrasting carpets, all clocks in working order. The wooden steering wheel looks and feels amazing and finishes off the dash perfectly. The Soft top is in perfect condition it also have the rear cover tonneau. The body is extremely straight and panel gaps excellent, doors close perfectly, bonnet gaps are excellent quite rare for an E type. The Engine sounds great and starts every time pulls strong and runs very well, The Oil pressure is prefect and drive great. All the chrome is to a high standard, including bumpers and wire wheels. Includes spare wheel and jack. Please call to arrange a viewing.
NJG 800M is a genuine original UK RHD supplied manual E-Type Roadster with matching numbers. The open two seater was manufactured on the 20th August 1973, the original distributor was Martin Waller Ltd, Margate, Kent and it was supplied new to a private owner in Sandwich, Kent. The E-Type has only had five owners from new and the car comes with a detailed history file. The car was subject of a full major rebuild in 1991 by Charles Fairmourn UK Ltd) costing £67500. From 1991 to 2000 the car was with one owner who covered just 3000 dry miles and in 1999 the car was entered into an Autoglym Concours de Elegance competition where it won first place in the Scottish Championship. Since restoration the E-Type has now covered 23000 miles and has come to us in exceptional condition. The car comes with a detailed log of use since the rebuild and since changing hands after rebuild in 2000 it has had two careful owners and in the region of a further £20,000 has been spent on keeping the car in top class order. A new mohair hood and rear bumper were fitted in 2001, a new exhaust system in 2004, new expansion tank and distributor in 2006, a new petrol tank and Koni shocks fitted in 2008 and six
Our Low Drag GT features on the cover and alongside the new Jaguar F-Type R Coupe in this months Top Gear Magazine, which is on the shelves now, and these are the behind-the-scenes snaps from the two days at Dunsfold.
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