Answering worldwide demand, Jaguar introduced a more powerful 4.2 litre E Type in October of 1964. Whilst still retaining the unrivalled aerodynamics, disc brakes, and independent suspension at all four wheels the car was famous for, the 4.2 was now faster than ever before. Additional performance upgrades for the 4.2 litre E Type included a new all synchro-mesh transmission, new vacuum boosters for better braking whilst the interior was treated to new body moulded seating. Here we have a later variant of the 4.2 and according to the original bill of sale this example was delivered new to Los Angeles, California by Brentwood Motors in June of 1966. Arriving on Australian Shores in 1996, this example was owned and lovingly maintained by Mr. Edward A Nantes, a popular classic motoring author and Jaguar devotee. Later, this car was the subject of a bare metal restoration and right hand drive conversion completed in early 2014 and the quality of finish is awe inspiring. With performance and comfort in mind, a larger radiator was added for more efficient cooling, larger vented disc brakes at all four wheels, wider competition wheels finished in matching British Racing Green, a stainless
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