|Engine||3781cc, in-line six-cylinder|
|Power||265bhp @ 5500rpm|
|Torque||260lb ft @ 4000rpm|
|Price when new||£2098|
1965, finished in Jaguar Carmen red with black interior. This full matching numbers roadster underwent a restoration in 2005 in which the car was converted to R.H.D. During the restoration the engine, gearbox and suspension were rebuilt and a new bonnet, etc. was fitted. Since the restoration the car has covered just two thousand miles. The car stands today still in superb condition on a very nice set of chrome wires and boasts excellent panel gaps. Also note that the car comes with its original jack and tool kit which is a rare and quite costly edition these days.
Year : 1961 Engine Size : 3.8 Stunning original UK RHD full matching Flat Floor E Type with history going back to mid 1960’s. The car has had three owners since 1978 and has travelled 35,000 miles since engine rebuild which is supported through continuous MOT certificates. The previous owner bought the car from Romans Garage in 1985 and they looked after the car until the current owner bought it in 1990. Since then the car has been maintained by Brian Stevens, a Jaguar specialist with the last service in October 2016. All invoices are on the file and the car has had no expense spared over the last 30 years! Recent expenditure includes a brand new hood. Original interior. It is now ready to be enjoyed by the new owner in the coming summer!
About this Jaguar E-Type Series I HOLDING DEPOSIT TAKEN Conceived and developed as an open sports car, the Jaguar E-Type debuted at the Geneva Salon in March 1961 in Coupe form. The car caused a sensation - spontaneous applause breaking out at the unveiling - with its instantly classic lines and 150 mph top speed. The newcomer's design owed much to that of the Le Mans-winning D-Type sports-racer, a monocoque tub forming the main structure while a tubular spaceframe extended forwards to support the engine. The latter was the 3.8-litre, triple-carburettor, 'S' unit first offered as an option on the preceding XK150. Its engine aside, only in terms of its transmission did the E-Type represent no significant advance over the XK150, whose durable four-speed Moss gearbox it retained. With a claimed 265bhp available, E-Type's performance did not disappoint; firstly, because it weighed around 500lbs less than the XK150 and secondly because aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer used experience gained with the D-Type to create one of the most elegant and efficient shapes ever to grace a motor car. Taller drivers though, could find the interior somewhat lacking in space, a criticism addressed by the in
About this Jaguar E-Type Series 1½ FHC The Jaguar E-Type was manufactured between 1961 and 1975 and its combination of good looks, high performance and competitive pricing established the marque as an icon of 1960's motoring. The Series I was introduced, initially for export only in March 1961, the cars at this time used the triple SU carburetted, 3.8 litre six cylinder XK engine from the XK150S. The 3.8 litre engine was increased to 4.2 litres in October 1964, although there was never a fixed specification for this unofficial model, the Series I½, can be recognised by open headlights, small 'mouth' opening at the front of the bonnet, signal and tail-lights above the bumpers and exhaust tips under the number plate in the rear. It is thought to be one of the more collectable of all E-Types as just 1,942 were made in righthand drive compared to the 72,215 total production. The 4.2 litre engine offered increased power and usability whilst retaining the same outward appearance as the earlier cars. Having had only 4 owners since new, this original righthand drive E-Type Series 1½ Coupé was subject to a cosmetic restoration between 2006 and 2009 keeping it in the original colours of Opal
About this Jaguar E Type Series 3 V12 Roadster The Jaguar E-Type was ten years old and needed a new lease of life. History repeated itself and it was a huge success when Jaguar debuted its robust V12 engine in a sports car instead of the saloon for which it was designed. Despite its sports-car heritage, Jaguar depended on saloon vehicles for its survival and had developed the twelve-cylinder engine to power them with sufficient torque and refinement. Larger and softer in nature with weight redistributed 53/47, the Series III had lost the wilds of its youth but gained the long legged touring profile to which it was arguably better suited. This manual E-Type Roadster was built on 6th February 1973 and shipped to New York on 2 March 1973. It spent its life on the East Coast where it was partly restored and had a bare metal respray. The car was then shipped to Eire when its then owner relocated with his collection of Jaguars. The car was then shipped to the UK where its restoration was finished by Showco Jaguar Club near High Wycombe between April 2016 and March 2017. The interior was retrimmed in new leather and finished by TTS near Newbury along with a replacement hood. This left han
About this Jaguar E-Type E-Type Series II Roadster The E-Type Jaguar is, without doubt, one of the most significant classic motorcars ever penned. Launched in 1961 with the Series I, the second generation came along in 1968. Modifications included open headlights without glass covers, a wrap-around rear bumper, tail lights below the bumpers and uprated brakes. The engine is easily identified visually by the change from smooth polished cam covers to a more 'ribbed' appearance. The interior and dashboard were also redesigned, with rocker switches being substituted for toggle switches. This striking E-Type in extremely rare black paint is believed to have been delivered new to California, where it dwelled in the garage of the first owner for the better part of two decades. The second Californian owner would use the Jaguar sparingly before putting it up in long-term storage. The car remained in his ownership for many years until 2012, when a noted San Diego area Jaguar specialist acquired the car and soon embarked on a comprehensive restoration. It received new paint and upholstery to the highest standards in black over red. The car's mechanical systems were comprehensively restored as
About this Jaguar E-Type Series 1 FHC Introduced in 3.8 litre form in 1961, the Jaguar E-Type caused a sensation when it appeared with instantly classic lines and 150mph top speed. While, inevitably, the car's stupendous straight-line performance and gorgeous looks grabbed the headlines, there was a lot more to the E-Type beneath the skin. The newcomer's design owed much to that of the racing D-Type and, indeed, the E-Type would be one of the last great sports cars developed directly from a successful competition ancestor. Just as in the D-Type, a monocoque tub formed the main body/chassis structure while a tubular space frame extended forwards to support the engine. The latter was the same 3.8-litre, triple-carburettor, 'S' unit first offered as an option on the preceding XK150. With a claimed 265 horsepower on tap, the E-Type's performance did not disappoint. Firstly, because it weighed around 500lb less than the XK150 and secondly, because aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer used experience gained with the D-Type to create one of the most elegant and efficient shapes ever to grace a motor car. This stunning and early example from the second year of production is finished in its rare an
A MAGNIFICENT EARLY LEFT HAND DRIVE 4.2 Brand Jaguar Type E-Type Color Primrose Yellow Interior Black Year of build 1965 Price € 198.500,- 1964 JAGUAR E-TYPE, SERIES I, 4.2 LITRE, LHD A magnificent early Left-Hand Drive ‘4.2’ Matching-numbers example A superb, well-maintained car The car is very solid at speed and runs wonderfully The Jaguar E-Type is a British automobile legend; manufactured by Jaguar between 1961 and 1975. It combined sensational looks, high performance and competitive pricing that instantly captured the imagination of the British public at the time and it has remained a truly iconic piece of British motoring history since. It was voted “the most beautiful car of all time” by the Daily Telegraph; Sports Car International Magazine placed the E Type at number one on their list of Top Sports Cars of the decade. On the cars public release in 1961, Enzo Ferrari called it “The most beautiful car ever made” Of all the many E-Type variants, it is the ‘Series 1’ 4.2-litre Roadster that many enthusiasts consider the most desirable, combining as it does the purity of the original concept with the superior performance of the larger engine. The 4.2-litre version of Jaguar’s s
SOLD Brand Jaguar Type E-Type Series I 3.8 Color Red Interior Black Year of build 1963 Price Sold 1962 JAGUAR E-TYPE SERIES I 3.8 LHD CONVERTIBLE This most desirable series E-Type has been sold. Please contact us if you are interested in buying or selling a rare/unique automobile. MORE INFORMATION For more information or an appointment, please call Rutger Houtkamp+31625098150 or send an e-mail to Rutger@Houtkamp.nl . Please do not hesitate to contact us by phone during evenings or in the weekend. The Houtkamp Collection is centrally located near Amsterdam and only 10 minutes from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. Please contact us directly or fill in the form to receive more information on this specific car Your Name (required) Your Email (required) Your phone number Subject Your Message The information provided on this website has been compiled by The Houtkamp Collection with the utmost care. The information contained within this advert is provided ‘as-is’, without warranties as to its accuracy whether expressed or implied and is intended for informational purposes only. The Houtkamp Collection is not liable for any errors or mistakes.
- Matching numbers, manual gearbox, LHD example - Offered without paperwork however UK registered and MOT'd into June 2017 - Part dismantled engine and requiring re-commissioning
About this Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster We are pleased to offer this original right-hand drive UK-supplied 1974 E-type Series III roadster. Dispatched on 14th February 1974 through Evans Cutler of Plymouth, as the Heritage Certificate confirms, the car was finished in Signal Red with a Black leather interior and featured a manual gearbox as it is today. Issued with Plymouth registration plate 'XCO 777M', the first owner was a Mr B. E. Harris of the Alpine Hotel, Torquay. He kept the car until June 1975 when it was sold to a Mr H. Woofenden of Salcombe. In 1977 a Mr Edward Walker took ownership and was to keep it for a further 4 years before 'XCO' was bought by a Mr Martin Kettle of Crewe as a present to his son. Unfortunately, the car was laid up until 1991 before it was acquired in the summer of 1992 by a Mr A. Brooker of Warwickshire. There is correspondence within the file between owners and Jaguar In fact the history file is a delight, with old original registration documents, letters, invoices and MOTs dating back to 1977 at which point the car was maintained by the Jaguar distributor, Byatts of Fenton Ltd, Stoke-On-Trent, along with a host of other bills from a specialist. Ther
1962 JAGUAR E-TYPE 3.8 ROADSTER – CHASSIS No 850555. A UK example supplied by P J Evans of Birmingham. Old English White with Red Hide & Black Mohair Hood. Ground Up Restoration and Uprated to the Highest Standards. Clubsport 280 BHP Engine, 5 Speed Getrag Gearbox, Vented Discs with 4 Pot Calipers, Alloy Radiator, Kenlow Fan, Oil Cooler, Haywood & Scott Big Bore Exhaust with Tubular Manifolds, Adjustable Shockers, Adjustable Anti Roll Bar, Alternator, Competition Chrome Wire Wheels, Brake Cooling Ducts, Period Radio Etc. Etc. Superb Panel Fit. An Outstanding Early Example.
--Opalescent Silver Blue with Blue leather interior, Blue carpets and Blue convertible top, Rotisserie Restoration by Marque Specialists JD Classics UK, Performance upgrades including engine to 4.7 liter specification, Fuel injection, Power Steering and 5-speed gearbox, Concours condition, Chrome wire wheels, Matching Numbers, 6,000 miles since restoration. This E-type Roadster is a matching numbers example that was purchased in the U.K. by a local New York collector in 2013. In that same year he decided to have JD Classics Jaguar Specialists perform not only a thorough nut-and-bolt concours restoration, but also add JD’s truly bespoke upgrades for performance, comfort and safety, all of which they well known for. This E-type has been restored to exacting standards and far better than when originally manufactured. The original matching-numbers engine was completely rebuilt, balanced and blueprinted and enlarged to 4.7 Liter specification. New high-performance camshafts, valve springs, JD pistons, lightweight flywheel and balanced crank shaft as well as an aluminum radiator with an electric cooling fan were fitted for improved performance and efficiency. Furthermore, a modern fuel i
Jaguar E-Type cabriolet 1970, restored, as new This marvelous, fully original, matching numbers Jaguar E-Type cabriolet S2 is fully body-off restored in our own workshop in 2016. Really everything on this Jaguar is in detail revised, restored and renewed. The 4235 CC 6 in line engine and 4 speed manual gearbox are fully revised too. A comprehensive photoreport is present. When you are looking for the best Jaguar E-Type Series 2 on the market, this one is a good choice. 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.
- Supplied new to America and still able to boast matching chassis, engine and body numbers - A former concours award winner that has just had its paintwork refreshed by Stallion Motors of Beeston - Said to be well sorted mechanically and accompanied by a generous history file - Currently undergoing UK road registration
Jaguar E Type XKE series 3 V12 1972 34.548 km Elle est très fiable et confortable. Elle ne chauffe pas en ville. Notons les points suivants - boite manuelle, ce qui est rare - kilométrage faible et roule en permanence, trés bon état moteur avec nombreuses pièces neuves changées par l'ancien propriétaire, grand collectionneur - suspensions neuves, bon état du corps, pas de rouille - peinture ancienne (+10 ans) - intérieur en bon état, cuir patiné beige - véhicule dormant dans un box fermé, véhicule de collection Je me sépare avec regret de cette voiture car je n'arrive plus à conduire toutes mes voitures de collection régulièrement. C'est la dernière que j'ai acheté donc je la revend. C'est aussi la moins ancienne. Je l'ai acheté à un ami collectionneur il y a plus d'un an. Lui l'a eu plus de 15 ans et l'avais acheté aux USA à son premier propriétaire. J'ai tous les papiers américains et français.
We are delighted to offer this matching numbers Jaguar E-Type Series II Roadster onto the market. 44 PXF is still in its original colour of Silver Grey with Black upholstery and although it was built for the Personal Export Delivery, it was Coventry registered in 1969 allocated the registration mark UHP 50G. The Jaguar was then exported to the US and was distributed by British Leyland, New York, USA. From the Heritage Certificate we have a build date confirmed as 3rd February 1969 and dispatch date of 13 February 1969. 44 PXF spent most of its life in the USA but was brought back to the UK in 2013 and between 2014 - 2016 was subject of over £15,000 of work commissioned by a Buckinghamshire based classic car company. The E-Type was treated to new Vredestein tyres, all electrics were overhauled as required, a professional right hand drive conversion carried out, trimming work was carried out to the hood, various ignition items replaced, new brake hoses and wheel cylinders fitted, new clutch master cylinder and new crank pulley. The E-Type was also treated to triple SU carburettors including correct manifolds and intakes and all invoices are with the car documenting this. This is an e
About this Jaguar E-Type Series 3 2+2 Deposit taken.......... The Series 3 V12 E Type was introduced in March 1971 where 2115 were manufactured in RHD format. This early example (no.170) is an original right-hand drive coupe with 2+2 accommodation that first left Jaguar's Coventry works in 1971 and was registered in June through Dealer 'Henleys of London'. There are many subsequent service history invoices on file, backed up with a charming old photo record which confirm a bare metal respray which took place around 10,000 miles and 20 plus years ago. Since then we are informed that the fixed head has been restricted to dry weather running only. There are also no less than 23 old MOT certificates from 1988 onwards detailing the very low mileage that this car has now covered. The current mileage of just over 45000 is believed to be the genuine total for the car from new although due to the age we are unable to confirm ourselves. The current cosmetic and mechanical condition are both very good with gleaming BRG painted bodywork with black leather interior, an original fit 5.3-litre V12 and the desirable four-speed manual transmission which are all in good order. In all a charming exam
About this Jaguar E-Type Series 3 V12 2+2 This Home Market Right Hand Drive is a manual example and was first registered on 10 December 1971; there are a total of six recorded keepers to date. This example was bought back from Germany in February 2017 where it had been used since 2009. There are MOT certificates stretching back from 2009 to 1993 detailing the mileage. Finished in Old English White with superbly patinated Black Hide and Black Webasto Sliding Roof, Chrome Wire Wheels and White Wall Tyres. We are in the process of completing the formalities of having this car registered in the UK. A new 12 Months MOT will be issued. We regard this car as a very good example which starts on the button and drives extremely well. A Jaguar Heritage Certificate has been applied for and is to follow. The Series III E-Type is now gathering a much stronger following as an icon of 1970s motoring as they are great driving cars and more comfortable than the Series I and II E-Types, especially if you are over 6ft tall. We expect the value of these cars to continue to grow alongside all E-Type Jaguars.
Description An unrestored Series 2 E Type Roadster with Matching Numbers. This E-Type was manufactured 02/12/1968, and dispatched from the factory 31/12/1968 to suppling dealer Peter Lindner of Germany. The car’s first owner was an American service man Dr Donald Kahn, when he had finished his tour in Germany the car returned to Birmingham, Alabama, USA with Dr Kahn. While in Alabama the E-Type was maintained by Jaguar specialist Louis England of “The Auto Shop Inc”, right up until it’s transfer of ownership to the second and present owner Roger Oyston in November 1996. The E-Type was duly repatriated back to the UK and registered on 09/04/1997. In its present ownership the E-Type has done less than 3000miles however has been cherished and lavishly maintained with no expense spared, with full documented history, including all of its MOT’s and tax discs, photos, invoices and videos, it was treated to a bare metal respray in 1999 staying with the original colour of Signal Red. Likewise was treated to new stainless steel wire wheels, tyres and spinners only recently. This E-Type has to be one of the best unrestored examples available, included in the sale are numerous spares, one being
About this Jaguar E-Type Series 2 4.2 2+2 The E Type was manufactured by Jaguar Cars Limited between 1961 and 1975. Its combination of beauty, high performance and competitive pricing established the model as an icon of the motoring world. At a time when most cars had drum brakes, live rear axles, and mediocre performance, the E-Type sprang on the scene with 150 miles per hour (240 km/h) top speed, sub-7-second 0 to 60 mph (0â€“100 km/h) acceleration, monocoque construction, disc brakes, rack and pinion steering, independent front and rear suspension and unrivalled looks. The E-Type was based on Jaguar D Type racing car, which had won the 24 Hours of Le Mans for three consecutive years (1955â€“1957) and therefore employed the racing design of a body tub attached to a tubular framework, with the engine bolted directly to the framework. This particular vehicle is a UK supplied Series 2 4.2 Manual, finished in its original colour of British Racing Green with light leather interior and according to a letter from Jaguar still fitted with the engine that it left the factory with. Supplied now with a comprehensive and detailed service record with the added benefit of no less than 25 MOT t
Manufactured 19th April 1968. Dealer fitted Webasto sunroof 1969. Sundym windscreen fitted 1972. Original interior. Documented mileage of 48,000 from new. This car was off the road for 22 years, a 9 year restoration project brought the car up to an extremely high standard, an Eagle supplied 5 speed gearbox fitted.
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