Mention Jaguar’s legendary E-Type and most enthusiasts will remark at its unmistakable beauty – and usually include the story of Enzo Ferrari declaring it the most beautiful car he ever saw. But the E-Type was so much more than just a pretty face when it first shocked audiences at the 1961 Geneva Salon. Jaguar delivered a car that was not only stunningly beautiful to look at, but offered 150mph performance and a highly sophisticated chassis yet it cost nearly half that of its competitors. Experience that was gained from the world-beating D-Type program was filtered into the design of the E-Type. The innovative and advanced D-Type had won LeMans three times on the fly, thanks to its advanced aerodynamics, powerful disc brakes and the lightweight, robust monocoque chassis. With the D-Type as a starting point, the E-Type sported a similar style chassis that used a sheet steel tub for the passenger compartment, paired with tubular steel subframes which supported engine and independent front suspension. The rear suspension was also independent, mounted to a modular subframe that carried the wishbones, hubs, diff, coil-over shocks and inboard disc brakes all in one unit. Those brakes were the same Dunlop four-wheel discs that had proven their worth in punishing conditions at LeMans. The XK six-cylinder engine (in 3.8l and later 4.2l form) was tuned to deliver 265 horsepower. All of this technology was wrapped in a gorgeous body penned by Jaguar’s aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer and tweaked by Sir William Lyons himself. Jaguar had created a legend virtually overnight and the E-Type remains a cornerstone of the collector car world, where fine examples can be found in virtually every significant collection as well as in the hands of passionate enthusiasts. This lovely 1966 example is in arguably the most desirable spec for an E-Type: Series 1, Open Two Seat body, and 4.2 liters of XK twin-cam six-cylinder power. It is presented in the iconic color combination of Carmen Red over Biscuit hides and a black soft top. It wears a very good quality and properly detailed restoration that was done within the last ten years or so. Panel fit on the semi-monocoque body is very good, particularly considering the difficulty in restoring and aligning these bodies properly. Since the restoration was completed, the car has seen regular but careful use, and Carmen Red paint work remains excellent. Chrome plating on the bumpers and exterior trim is also excellent and the chrome knock-off wire wheels are wrapped in excellent, high-performance Avon radials. Biscuit upholstery presents in very good order throughout the cockpit. Correct pattern leather covers the seats, which show only light signs of use and minor creasing but remain very attractive. Proper materials are used on the door panels, dash, console and carpets. A very nice soft top is trimmed in black Stayfast canvas and features a matching boot cover. Correct hardura material lines the boot and the convertible top well, while interior fittings, switchgear and instruments remain in fine working order. Lifting the forward-hinged clamshell bonnet reveals a very clean and well detailed 4.2 liter XK twin-cam six-cylinder engine. The engine is the original, numbers matching unit with the original cylinder head still in place. Cam covers, intake and carburetors have been beautifully polished and the fittings and finishes are correct down to the porcelain black exhaust manifolds. It shows light use, but remains very clean and tidy overall. The chassis and front suspension are all visible through the open bonnet, again revealing correctly plated and finished components and an overall clean and well-detailed appearance. As a factory 4.2, it benefits from improved power brakes and the fully-synchronized four-speed manual gearbox and performance is excellent, with huge torque from the big six and finely honed handling. This is a very fine and well-restored E-Type that is ideally suited to regular use and casual show. It is a car we have had the pleasure to offer in the past, and it has remained in lovely order since we last saw it. It has benefited from regular care and upkeep on top of the high-quality and correct restoration. The beautiful looks, magnificent road manners and lovely presentation make this a truly outstanding and thoroughly enjoyable example of Jaguar’s most iconic car.
This wonderful E-Type has previously undergone a comprehensive, documented restoration by Classic Showcase, and has benefited from a very recent full servicing and updating. During the comprehensive restoration, no expense was spared in the show/driver restoration process. The fit, finish, and craftsmanship to the XKE is complimentary to the vehicle. Included in the restoration process: it was evaluated, inspected, and photographed, then disassembled, stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, with all body parts fitted to the car as well as the chrome, primer preparation, sealer, paint, base and clear coat, finally color sanded and buffed to the fabulous finish you see today. All mechanical systems and components were rebuilt, serviced, restored or replaced as needed, including: the engine and transmission as well as the rear end and suspension. In addition, the engine block was hot tanked, line bored, and magnafluxed - which included all machining and calibration along with new pistons, rings, bearings, new water pump and machining the crank. Also installed, were new valves, guides, seals, timing chain, a completely rebuilt head, restoring and rebuild
1962 Jaguar XKE Lightweight Conversion by Zealia Engineering s/n 878631 Engine no. 7B641111-8 Silver with Dark Blue Leather The E-Type was unveiled in March of 1961 at the Geneva Motor Show, following the famous 11th hour disorder (one of the cars was driven to the show from England with just hours to spare). The car was an immediate sensation: its specification was state of the art, its bodywork arrestingly gorgeous, and the price surprisingly affordable. It embodied William Lyons' values beautifully and it is no surprise that the E-Type has become such a legendary part of automotive history. The specification clearly demonstrated Jaguar's racing experience and included semi-monocoque construction, independent suspension all around (at a time when Ferrari was still using live rear axles), disc brakes all around (inboard at the rear to reduce unsprung weight), and of course Jaguar's legendary twin cam inline-6. While widely regarded as one of the 1960s most elegant road cars, they proved to be immensely potent competition cars as well. In the Grand Touring class for production sports cars the E-Type proved competitive in-period right from the start, Graham Hill celebrating the mode
(SOLD) Martin Johnson, a professional Jaguar restorer, did everything from top to bottom and gave this classic a comprehensive, no expense spared restoration with excellent attention to detail. It was stripped down to bare metal and repainted. All mechanical systems have been rebuilt. It has new and correct biscuit interior. The top bows were restored and it has its original tools and jack. The chrome was re-done, new rubber, and seals were installed. This car was restored to a show-driver level and looks great! Classic Showcase has performed a thrall inspection, service, and full vehicle detail. Classic Showcase has inspected this vehicle and it now meets our expectations. This classic has also been upgraded to a 4.2 fully synchronized transmission, making it a great driver! This is a superb example ready for the road or showing.
(SOLD) This 1970 Jaguar XKE OTS has a beautiful Opalescent Silver Blue finish with a Dark Blue Canopy and interior. It is equipped with Jaguar's 4.2L I-6 engine with a 4-speed manual transmission. it has about 1000 miles since the restoration. It has a hidden, upgraded, remote operated sound system in the trunk with original British Leyland AM push button radio in the dash. It received a professional comprehensive restoration including repaint inside and out, wet sand and buff, all mechanical systems rebuilt, upgraded to 3 SU carburetors for better performance.
(SOLD) This is a great opportunity to own a Series I covered headlight XKE Roadster with a 4.2, bucket seats, and with fabulous instrumentation. Features great performance with a 6 cylinder with overhead cam, triple SU carburetors, and a 4 speed synchronized transmission. The convertible is well-presented, and the E-Type is powered by a 258-cid, 265-hp six-cylinder twin-camshaft engine with three carburetors and backed by a four-speed manual transmission; stopping power is provided by four-wheel disc brakes. Currently has a AM/FM Craig radio.This E-type is highly collectible car, with the 1966 year being one of the most collectible of the whole Series.
(SOLD) The Series 1 can be recognized by the following features: Small "mouth" opening at the front. Signal lights above bumpers. Exhaust tips are under the license plate in the rear. Glass covered headlights. Aluminum Center instrument panel and console.
(SOLD) This matching numbers 1964 Jaguar is an original California car with only 23,000 miles since new. It has been garage kept, well maintained, and properly serviced always. This E-Type has tremendous original patina, and it would be hard to find any Coupe with lower miles or more original. It has great fit, as well as very good chrome and glass. The exterior was originally Golden Sand color and repainted to the same color, all parts were mostly painted separately. The interior is also original in great condition showing its rare, original Cinnamon color. This Jaguar has its jack and tools and features its original Motorola AM push button radio. The car is complete, and it is a great driver. This spectacular XKE FHC would appeal to not only the collector, but would be a great first time Jaguar for any connoisseur. A DVD of the restoration process accompanies the car as well as its Heritage Certificate of Originality.
(SOLD) This vehicle had been restored to high standards by well known restorer Reggie Ray. The restoration was complete and very comprehensive. This is a very rare and highly collectable E-Type for the Jaguar collector. Don't miss this opportunity to own the very best.
(SOLD) It has been repainted the original color opalescent blue with dark blue interior. The car was stripped to bare metal and repainted with two stage DuPont paint then color sanded and buffed to the finish you see today. The mechanicals have all been gone through including engine, transmission, rear end, hydraulics, suspension, and all systems and components as well. Included in the restoration was a brand new wire harness that was installed. All the proper plating finishes were performed. This is a spectacular example and an excellent investment that is ready to be driven or shown.
(SOLD) This very original, rust free, solid, numbers matching California car has been kept in a local collection and off the road since 2007. It was owned by a member of the San Diego Jaguar Club who kept it in its original color of opalescent blue. The “J67” plate is affixed near the data plate which only occurs in California, thus verifying it’s a California vehicle. It also has it original smog exempt sticker on the windshield. Since this Jaguar was always well maintained, it makes it a great candidate for restoration to a Show/Driver or a Show level. Classic Showcase has scheduled this 1966 Jaguar XKE Series I 4.2 OTS to be taken to a Show/Driver level restoration in the near future; Included in the restoration process the vehicle will be stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. The car has not yet been painted, so the color is open to the desire of the purchaser. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The transmission, clutch system, hydraulic system wi
(SOLD) This 1965 XKE Coupe comes in a striking and highly desirable color combination of Jaguar Dark Blue with a Tan interior, and has undergone a recent show/driver level rotisserie restoration by Classic Showcase. Known as one of the most beautiful and iconic post-war automobiles ever produced, this particular XKE has been fully optimized to provide a superb driving experience while ensuring the utmost in driver comforts. Drive with confidence, as you maneuver your favorite road or highway with an upgraded close-ratio 5 speed transmission; Enjoy warm summer drives by taking advantage of this XKE’s added Air Conditioning system as you effortlessly browse Sirius/XM Satellite radio channels, courtesy of the XKE’s customized in-dash AM/FM/CD sound system. The car proudly rests upon an upgraded set of 6 inch wide Wire Wheels, giving the coupe an excellent footprint on the open road. Included in the restoration process, the vehicle was dissembled, the interior removed and all parts were fully documented and inspected for the restoration process; The vehicle body was worked, the metal finished, fitted, and leaded as needed, and all body parts and chrome were fitted to the car. All parts
(SOLD) This Jaguar has been through a comprehensive restoration to a Show/ Driver level by Jaguar professionals. It is a numbers matching example and comes with a Heritage Certificate of authenticity. The restoration of this vehicle to a Show/Driver level included the following: Fully disassemble and document with photos the vehicle. Body stripped to bare metal, metal work the body, fit all body parts and chrome, seal, primer, paint base coat, clear coat, color sand and buff all body panels. New rubber, seals, grommets and gaskets, trim and bright work replaced or re-plated. A new proper interior was custom fit and installed and includes leather sport seats and wood steering wheel. The engine and transmission have been rebuilt, rebuilt carburetor, restored radiator, gas tank, new exhaust system installed. All mechanical components have been gone through and brought back to factory specifications. Serviced, repaired or replaced hydraulic system and suspension. The chassis has been restored, and other parts restored and refinished as needed. This is an wonderful example of a early E-type in a fabulous color combination that a Jaguar collector, or enthusiast, to add to their collectio
(SOLD) This matching numbers 1966 Jaguar E-type Fixed Head Coupe has low original miles, a CA black plate, a spectacular color combination, and a Heritage Certificate of Authenticity. This classic Jaguar would be a great addition to any collection. Rust free and solid, this Jaguar has undergone a recent show-driver level restoration by Classic Showcase included a repaint to it’s original color, color sand and buff, rebuilding the engine, transmission and new clutch system, new rubber, new trim, new restored seats, new carpets, new headliner, panels, new exhaust system, new suspension rubber, recent rear end restoration as well as the brakes and the brightwork. This vehicle also features a Becker radio. A CD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle.
This incredible, first-generation XKE Fixed Head Coupe has undergone a comprehensive rotisserie restoration to the highest possible standards, with the ultimate goal of achieving show level authenticity and condition. This FHC, Car #885041, benefited from a daunting 2-year plus restoration, during which the owner himself took charge and assisted sourcing NOS and great authentic parts to be installed during the restoration process. As the parts started coming in from sources worldwide, our team inspected, tagged and labeled them accordingly. The owner was highly determined to create the most correct 1961 E-Type possible, and emphasized that to us in planning the restoration of his car. So much so, that he not only provided our team one part but also an assortment of the same part, enabling us to hand pick the very best and most proper part for this example. More than anything, the customer wanted this car to be correct in every sense of the word, regardless of the cost. We were in perfect harmony with the customer’s request, which just so happens to be our method of performing show-level restorations. The car arrived at our facility on a trailer in boxes and pallets, with most of th
*Please note that this 1966 E-Type is for sale only as a Classic Showcase restoration project. Please see our restoration page for further information. This XKE is a matching-numbers (2) owner since new Colorado car. The E-Type's body is straight and solid, and is currently in a bare metal state, as trimmers in our Upholstery Department create the XKE's interior. The Coupe will feature it's original color and highly attractive color combination Opalescent Silver Blue, with a Dark Blue interior. Once completed and test driven, the Coupe will be ready for your driving pleasure or as a candidate on the classic Jaguar show circuit. Stay tuned for future updates on this Fixed Head Coupe. During the course of the restoration, the roadster will receive the following: the vehicle has already been stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The transmission, clutch system, hydraulic system will be restored and the car will receive
Type: Used Year: 1967 Make: Jaguar Model: XKE Body: Roadster Trans: 4 Speed Manual Stock 1967XKE Mileage: 20000 Ext Color: Yellow Int Color: Black Vin: IE15085
Type: Used Year: 1970 Make: Jaguar Model: XKE Trans: Stock 102 Mileage: 99999 Ext Color: Green Int Color: Beige/Tan Vin: 1R27226
Type: Used Year: 1962 Make: Jaguar Model: XKE Body: Coupe Trans: manual Stock 62JAGXKECPE Ext Color: Gray Int Color: Blue Vin: 885805
To anyone even remotely interested in automobiles, the Jaguar XKE (or E-Type if you prefer) hardly needs an introduction. The seminal sixties sports car has been a regular inclusion in various “top cars ever” lists, often occupying hallowed space occupied by cars like the Ford Model T and VW Beetle. But unlike its more pedestrian counterparts, the E-Type is unusual in that it was not a particularly ground-breaking technical marvel, nor did it provide wheels for the masses. Rather, it was the simple fact that the E-Type was staggeringly beautiful that has allowed it to become such a legend. But beyond those looks, Jaguar incorporated technology previously reserved for exotic sports racing cars in a package that was produced on a relatively mass scale, allowing it to cost half that of a comparable competitor. The E-Type first shocked the world at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show. At a time when a Corvette had a live rear axle, drum brakes and shared its underpinnings with 1950s passenger cars, the E-Type hit the scene with a twin overhead cam inline six, four-wheel independent suspension, semi-monocoque construction, rack and pinion steering, and four-wheel disc brakes; much of which was shared with the LeMans winning D-Type. That technology was wrapped in a svelte and beautiful body designed by Malcolm Sayer, and they managed to incorporate all of that exoticism while keeping the price below $6000. While not exactly cheap, it was well below that of any other car that could hit 150mph while looking so incredibly good! Jaguar continued to improve the car through its long life; with most agreeing that the sweet spot is found with the 4.2 liter Series 1 cars. The 4.2-liter Series 1 cars featured an improved interior with adjustable seats, improved braking via a new vacuum servo, an all-synchro four-speed manual transmission, and additional torque massaged from the 265 horsepower inline six. The Series 1 4.2 liter cars remain the most desirable of the production E-types, and among the best to drive. More than 30,000 examples of the Series 1 were built (in both 3.8 and 4.2 liter form) so they remain plentiful – yet their iconic style and groundbreaking performance make them important enough to feature in some of the most significant collections in the world. Whether you find the fixed head coupe or the open two-seater the more attractive E-Type is a matter of personal taste, however, it is difficult to deny the purity of form that the fixed head coupe exhibits, particularly in the stunning black on black combination of our featured example. This 1965 Jaguar E-Type is a highly desirable 4.2 liter fixed head coupe that was restored to a high standard by marque experts in 2007. It is a verified numbers-matching example with a Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate confirming its original black on black color combination. The restoration and subsequent show successes are well documented, with the most notable results being a 999.80 score at a JCNA event, and an AACA National First Prize in 2014. Since the restoration was completed, it has seen careful use but remains in beautiful condition with an inviting, attractive nature. The black paintwork presents in beautiful condition, with exquisitely straight panels and excellent, consistent gaps. The E-type body was famously un-cluttered with heavy trim or detailing, with thin boomerang-like bumpers that complement the curves. The bumpers on this car have been restored to a high standard and at great expense, showing in excellent condition. Chrome wire wheels are shod with fresh blackwall Vredestein radials, an excellent tire which combines modern handling and construction with period-correct tread patterns. Quality presentation continues on the interior, with black leather and carpeting as original presenting in very good condition. The seats do show just few very slight creases from use, which only serve to make this beautiful car more inviting to drive. Interior panels, dash, sill coverings and headlining are correct and in excellent order. Likewise, the original Smiths instruments have been restored to original specification. In the boot, Hardura panels cover the spare tire well which houses an original-type tool roll, jack and bag as well as a dead-blow hammer and non-marring knock-off tool. The 4.2 liter “XK” inline six is the correct original unit as verified by the Heritage Certificate (#7E4041-9). As one would expect given the past show results, it is presented in beautiful condition with highly polished cam covers, carburetor dashpots and intake manifold. The exhaust manifolds are finished in correct porcelain black and the brake booster, heater box and other accessories are correctly detailed with factory-style labels and markings. The visible front suspension arms and uprights are correctly coated in silver as original, and the body-color chassis legs remain in very good order. This beautifully presented E-Type Fixed Head Coupe is an outstanding example of the car that has come to define Jaguar to this day. The quality restoration has held up very well since completion, and this lovely car remains very much worthy of show while having matured slightly, making it also a fine choice for grand touring.
**This car is for sale as a Classic Showcase restoration, equal to our show-driver restoration level. Please see our restoration page for further information. This is a very original, matching-numbers E-Type that has it's original panels, is free of rust, and exhibits no issues. Included in the restoration process the vehicle will be stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The fuel, electrical, cooling, and hydraulic systems will be restored. All components will be rebuilt back to factory specifications, including the engine, transmission, rear end and suspension. All chrome will be re-plated as needed. The car will receive a complete new custom tailored and fit interior in the correct materials by our upholstery department. A DVD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle. Upon completion of the restoration this Jaguar will be a great example to drive and enjoy.
This 1963 Series 1 E-Type has recently benefitted from a comprehensive, professional restoration by Jaguar professionals. The matching-numbers car is presented in a spectacular color combination of White over Red, with a Black convertible soft top. The E-Type has had over $200,000 worth of restoration work performed, and includes many new parts throughout; during the restoration process, the car was stripped to bare metal, metal finished, fitted, primered sealed, painted, wet sanded and buffed to the beautiful finish you see today. In addition, the trimmers at Classic Showcase made a custom-tailored interior in the correct and proper materials. The car’s systems were gone through and the work included rebuilding the engine, transmission, and rear end. The Roadster stands in spectacular condition, and is ready to be shown at your favorite Concours event, or may be simply driven and enjoyed along your favorite road or highway. The car comes complete with a set of Concours quality tools, knock off hammer, jack, owner’s manual and complete documentation and receipts for the restoration work performed. This E-type has many nice features that collectors look for, and presents a fantastic
*Please note that this 1966 E-Type is for sale only as a Classic Showcase restoration project. Please see our restoration page for further information. This XKE has held long term ownership in one family since 1972, and is showing 93k – which is believed to be original. The E-Type has mostly original interior, and a replacement soft top, and comes complete with service receipts totaling over $7,000 in work. The best part here is – it is a matching numbers example that is a solid car with just minor metalwork needing to be completed. The XKE is running and driving condition now, and is an excellent candidate for a comprehensive restoration to show or show/driver level. During the course of the restoration, the roadster will receive the following: the vehicle will be stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. The car has not yet been painted, so the color is open to the desire of the purchaser. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The transmission, clutch syst
This restored matching-numbers Series 1 XKE Roadster is full of the style and class that only E-types can deliver. Coming in its original color combination of Opalescent Silver Blue with a Dark Blue interior and hood, this E-Type is sure to please; as a great looking and well-performing example, the Roadster features a number of notable Series 1 features, including covered headlights, center console, arm rests, toggle switches, a 4.2 liter engine with triple SU carburetors, and a fully synchronized, 4-speed transmission. The Roadster has been fully restored by a Jaguar professional, and has been well maintained since the restoration, driven sparingly, and kept in a collection in the San Diego, CA region. The XKE includes a Heritage Certificate verifying its authenticity. This E-Type is a wonderful looking and driving car as, and ready to deliver a driving experience unlike any other!
The beauty offered here has been restored by a Jaguar collector several years ago, and it presents very well today. We have freshened it up for its new home, and recently rebuilt its correct series engine. The original matching numbers block will accompany it upon the purchase. It has less than 100 test miles on the engine since the work was completed. Classic Showcase also did quite a bit of service work, and improvements, to an already nice car. Outfitted in its original factory black exterior and red leather interior, it matches its Heritage Certificate, and also comes with a period correct Blaupunkt AM/FM stereo. It has the distinguished Series I features of toggle switches, triple carbs, and the more comfortable 4.2 seats, but it is a late production 1967, so people consider it a Series 1.25 E-type. The only difference between the Series I and 1.25 is that it has open headlights. This is a great opportunity to get a factory black and red XKE, that is a great driver and is priced for today’s market.
This restored numbers-matching 1965 Jaguar E-Type Roadster is a great high-end Driver level car, with a smart and sharp look that is ready to drive and enjoy for the upcoming 2017 Spring and Summer seasons! Presenting nicely in an attractive Red and Black color combination, the Roadster comes from a collector who took great care in storing, operating, and maintaining the car. More recently, Jaguar professionals at Classic Showcase performed a complete servicing to the XKE’s fuel and hydraulic systems, and have also gone through the car’s mechanical systems to ensure a smooth and strong ride for its next owner. With so many Series 1 exclusive features such as covered headlights, triple SU carbs, toggle switches, and comfortable seats, this fiery Red over Black XKE is a fantastic choice for not only the classic Jaguar enthusiast, but for the new collector in search of a wonderful Series 1 example that is ready to drive and enjoy as-is today.
New! View a 4K video overview of the car below. Classic Showcase has just completed a comprehensive no-expense-spared, nut and bolt rotisserie restoration to the 132nd Jaguar E-Type Roadster ever produced! This first-year production run example exhibits all the early sought-after Series 1 features these cars are known for, including flat floors, welded louvers, and outside bonnet latches. Our team of master craftsmen and technician have finished the process of getting this iconic example of Jaguar history back to factory standards, and have elevated this already special car to some of the highest Concours standards possible. This E-Type is an excellent candidate for campaigning in your favorite Show or Concours event, making it a wonderful choice for the discerning Jaguar collector looking to pedigree an exceptional, first-generation E-Type example! View a YouTube video overview and road test of the Roadster below:
This 1962 Jaguar Series 1 E-Type being presented here is an original California Black plate matching-numbers car. It was built and dispatched in the first quarter of 1962, placing it in the most desirable and coveted of the E-Type series. The XKE features a traditional and lively color combination of British Racing Green, over a BASS Biscuit interior in all the proper materials. In addition, our trimmers installed a matching Biscuit top and Boot cover to the roadster, further adding to its beauty, elegance, and sleek lines. This was a single-owned California car for over 20 years, and has benefited from a professional restoration by a well-known Jaguar restorer. The car includes a binder of original receipts and photos documenting the restoration of the car. This Series 1 E-Type offers the collector a wonderful opportunity to experience and own an early Series 1 E-Type worthy of showing, driving, and enjoying - whether you are a seasoned Jaguar collector, or a person who desires to become one.
(SOLD) This exceptional Jaguar has documented, limited ownership all in Southern California. It has been restored to a High End Driver level recently by Jaguar professionals. During the restoration process: the vehicle was stripped to bare metal, repainted, all of the brite work was re-chromed, new rubber and seals, proper complete new interior, all mechanical systems were gone through, new wire loom installed, new exhaust system was installed, and new wheels and tires were installed. The car will receive a full detail and service by Classic Showcase. Books, receipts and the original warranty information documenting the purchase date and purchase location will accompany the car. The car features wing windows, nurf bars and a luggage rack for the avid adventurer. The Jaguar runs exceptionally well and will make a great addition to any Jaguar collector’s collection.
This 1967 Series 1 E-Type roadster is an incredibly preserved, numbers matching with believed to have only 29,863 original miles as stated from the previous long term owner. It presents in a truly stunning condition of Old English White paint, a matching white hardtop, excellent black soft top, and black leather interior. Jaguar Connection had restored, and maintained, this vehicle for its previous owner. It was stored in a climate controlled facility and driven sparingly. Classic Showcase acquired this incredibly preserved Jaguar and it went through its facility to be taken to a higher level, with all systems gone through and a lot of attention to detail paid to meet their next level standards. This spectacular original E-type shows its incredible beauty and exquisite British looking color combination. The thorough mechanical overhaul was recorded in the car’s log book, which is accompanied by restoration receipts and other records, as well as the Heritage Certificate documenting its authenticity. Now is the time for you to experience one of the most striking and stylish sports cars of all time, the Series I covered headlight 4.2 E-type roadster. It is an ionic design with incredi