This first-generation, matching-numbers 1961 E-Type is a great early example with single, long term ownership. This highly desirable Series 1 3.8 Liter example features welded louvers, flat floors, a period correct radio, covered headlight configuration, and painted wire wheels, among many other sought-after Series 1 options. The XKE has been recently serviced by Jaguar professionals, and stands as a perfect candidate for a comprehensive Classic Showcase show or show/driver restoration of your choosing. These first-generation E-Types are becoming increasingly hard to find and obtain, so don't miss this opportunity to add a piece of Jaguar history to your collection.
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
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: 1966 Make: Jaguar Model: XKE Body: Roadster Trans: 4 Speed Manual Stock 1966XKE Engine Size: 4.2 Ext Color: Blue-Metallic Int Color: Gray-Light Vin: 66XKE
This 1970 Jaguar Series II XKE Coupe is a one owner matching numbers car with just 43k miles. Burgundy with tan interior and manual gearbox. This incredibly honest and original car comes accompanied by it's owners manual, tools, jack, hammer, and spare. It even includes it's original bill of sale. An excellent driver and a great buy for only $49,500.
The most beautiful car in the world: This sentiment has been repeated over and over again when describing Jaguar’s legendary E-Type. But the E-Type was so much more than just a pretty face when it first shocked audiences at the 1961 Geneva Salon. Here was a car that was not only stunningly beautiful to look at, but offered 150mph performance and a sophisticated chassis all in a package that cost half that of its competitors. A tremendous amount of experience that was gained from the D-Type program was then 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 and robust monocoque chassis. With the D-Type as a starting point, the E-Type sported a similar semi-monocoque 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, and was mounted to a modular subframe that carried the wishbones, hubs, diff and inboard disc brakes. 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 examples can be found in virtually every significant collection as well as in the hands of passionate enthusiasts. This 1965 E-Type 4.2 liter fixed head coupe is a stunning example finished in striking black over red leather, and riding on chrome wire wheels and blackwall tires. It was fully restored in the 1990s to a very high standard, with gorgeous paint work, excellent chrome, and high quality finishing. The color combination, while not factory original for this car, looks absolutely gorgeous on the iconic E-Type coupe shape. Bodywork is laser straight and the paint is simply exquisite. The chrome on the bumpers, window trims, and wheels is in outstanding order and the overall finishing has been done to a high standard of quality. While the cosmetics are certainly striking, there has been equal emphasis put on the mechanical quality as well. Beneath the signature, forward hinged bonnet rests a beautifully detailed; number’s matching 4.2 liter inline six. The alloy cam covers, intake manifold and S.U. carburetor dashpots have been fully polished and simply sparkle against the black body. Hoses, fittings, and hardware are all in excellent order and the engine is spotlessly clean. The exposed front suspension components are similarly well detailed with correct finishes. Among all road-going E-types, the 4.2 liter is the most desirable thanks to its broad torque curve, improved braking servo, more comfortable cabin and all-synchro manual 4-speed gearbox. The fresh red leather interior features the correct, adjustable-back seats that differentiate the 4.2 from the 3.8 with its fixed back chairs. Leather covers the seats and center console, while wool carpets and vinyl interior paneling are all trimmed in the correct style and materials. Some subtle enhancements have been made for driver comfort, such as a smaller diameter steering wheel and a subtly upgraded Retro Radio audio system. Thanks to the large side-hinged hatch, there is plenty of luggage space for a weekend getaway. Recent receipts show over $17,000 for a mechanical freshening and a new, professionally trimmed interior. The E-Type 4.2 is a slightly more tractable car than the hard-edged 3.8, and collectors tend to gravitate toward these later Series 1 examples. These cars are an absolute delight to drive and can easily potter around town on a wave of torque, or be taken on a high-speed tour thanks to the healthy 265 horsepower ‘six. With all that power, torque and passenger comfort, the E-Type truly is one of the greatest GT cars of all time; and that’s before we even get to those iconic looks.
For the 1972 model year, Jaguar shocked the motoring world with a comprehensively redesigned E-Type. Since its debut in 1961, the E-Type had earned iconic status for its sumptuous curves and storming performance from the 265 horsepower inline-six – all at a price that undercut its competitors by at least half. But safety and emissions regulations had slowly been chipping away at the E-Type, leaving it slightly less beautiful and slightly less powerful than before. So with a drastic move, Jaguar gave the E-Type a new identity. It was determined that the iron block/alloy head XK inline six would not readily meet tough new US emissions regulations, so an all new, all alloy 5.3 liter V12 was developed. The new engine was mated to long-legged four-speed manual gearbox (or optional automatic) and fitted to a dramatically redesigned body that was meant to conform to Federal safety laws from the onset, so it would not have to suffer from half-baked measures such as add-on bumpers and such. While still very much an E-Type, the Series III was longer and wider to accommodate a larger cockpit, as well as that massive V12. The fenders had pronounced flares which gave the car a less curvaceous, flatter look, but still remained very attractive. The egg-crate grille, slim chrome bumpers and dramatic quad-tip exhaust are some of its best details. Perhaps the biggest change was noticed from behind the wheel. Distinct, highly boosted power steering and a flat, steady torque curve from the V12 meant it was a much more relaxed experience than the previous six-cylinder cars. That isn’t to say it was slow; 272 horsepower was delivered with sublime smoothness to create a relaxed GT car that was capable of devouring miles with ease. The Series III E-Type may have been an all-new car, but it still very much had the soul of a Jaguar E-Type. The 1974 E-Type OTS (open two seat, Jaguar parlance for roadster) featured here is finished in attractive Primrose yellow over a biscuit tan interior. It is finished off with a black top, black top boot and a set of desirable chrome wire wheels. Originally equipped with the four-speed manual transmission, this is this most desirable spec for a Series III. It has been treated to a high-quality, professional restoration and presents with gorgeous paint quality and excellent panel fit. The exterior chrome trim is also excellent and very well fitted with mostly new rubbers and gaskets. Lifting the bonnet reveals a clean and very well-detailed V12 engine with correct finishes on the fittings, chassis rails and properly finished suspension components. New radial tires wrap the fresh chrome knock-off wire wheels. The whole car is fresh, honest and very correct. With the E-Type Series III being a proper driver’s car, the quality of the cabin matters - and this example does not disappoint. The seats have been reupholstered in fresh tan leather with correct perforated inserts, while the door panels, console and carpet have been preserved in excellent original condition. The big Smiths instruments look great and function as they should and it is fitted with the very desirable factory A/C. The boot is upholstered in correct Hardura material, and is fitted with the original jack and tool kit. Fresh and ready for the road, this is a very fine Series III E-type of superlative quality.
The 1961 Geneva Auto Salon marked the first appearance of Jaguar’s revolutionary E-Type before stunned audiences. The replacement for the ageing XK150, this advanced new car was designed by a small team led by Jaguar boss Sir William Lyons and his chief aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer. With lessons learned from the D-Type sports racing car, the new E-Type employed a semi-monocoque tub with ingenious bolt-on front subframes to support the engine and independent front suspension. The rear was handled by Jaguar’s clever modular independent rear suspension, pioneered on the Mk10. The E-type boasted four wheel disc brakes, torsion bar front end, and a 3.8 liter twin-cam inline six. This high tech chassis was wrapped in a gorgeous body that was quite unlike anything that had been seen before, equally beautiful as a coupe or two-seat roadster. Interestingly, co-designer Malcolm Sayer had no interest in making the car beautiful, his concern was that form would follow aerodynamic function. Ironically, the E-Type was not very aerodynamically efficient, but it was achingly beautiful. In 1965, Jaguar updated the E-Type for even better performance. The engine was bumped to 4.2 liters and 265 horsepower and the Moss gearbox was replaced with a smooth-shifting, synchronized 4-speed. The addition of a servo added some shove to the 4-wheel disc brakes. These improvements meant the E-Type could hang with a contemporary Ferrari or Aston Martin, but it still cost a fraction of the price. Long considered one of the most beautiful production cars of all time and with the performance to back it up, the E-Type is a perennial favorite among collectors and drivers alike. The subtly restyled Series II E-Type appeared in 1968 with exposed headlights, larger tail lights and a tweaked cockpit design. There were also some minor mechanical upgrades, including a switch to dual Stromberg carburetors. The Series II once lived in the shadow of the earlier cars, but the styling has aged well and values have risen across the board, with serious collectors taking notice. This 1969 E-Type “OTS” roadster is a very attractive car which was treated to a nice quality restoration some time ago and it remains in excellent condition. It is finished in the classic combination of primrose yellow over a black leather interior and black top. Very good quality paint has been laid on a nice straight body, and most of the chrome trim has been restored or replaced. Panel fit is very good and it rides on a set of proper chrome wire wheels shod with period correct narrow whitewall radials. The black interior is in very good condition, having been recently restored with new leather, correct carpet and a canvas top. Restoration quality is very good overall, and this fine driver would easily hold its own in a casual show. Performance lives up to the cosmetics, with a strong engine, smooth shifting gearbox and excellent handling. The Series II E-type is fractionally softer than the earlier cars, striking a nice balance between hardcore sports car and a relaxed GT. With attractive cosmetics, a wonderful cockpit and well-sorted mechanicals, this 1968 E-Type would make the ideal choice for an enthusiast seeking a well presented, nicely restored example that they can get out on their favorite back roads, enjoying the throaty exhaust note and sublime handling of the legendary E-Type.
This highly collectible numbers-matching 1965 E-Type Roadster has been recently restored by Jaguar professionals at Classic Showcase to that of a show-level. This car is ready for the pure Jaguar collector demanding the very best. The Roadster has undergone a comprehensive rotisserie restoration, received a new finish of Black, with a perfectly fit and handsomely matched Black interior and convertible top done in the proper and correct materials. The E-Type was dissembled, and all parts were fully documented and inspected during the restoration process. The vehicle body was worked, the metal finished, fit, and leaded as needed, and all body parts and chrome were perfectly fit to the car. All parts were individually painted off the car in the booth, then primed and sealed with base coat applied, clear coated, and finally color sanded and buffed to a beautiful finish. All mechanical systems were gone through and restored, or replaced as necessary. The XKE is accompanied by its original 1965 registration, warranty booklet, dealer list packet, and a file of various receipts and records. In addition, an MP4 video documenting the Roadster’s restoration process accompany the car. With suc
This 1967 Jaguar XKE Series 1 1/2 Roadster is an excellent driver with nice paint, chrome, top, and interior. Red with black interior and white soft-top.It's a solid car that runs and drives excellent. Non-matching numbers. A great buy at just $69,500
This unmolested 1970 E-Type Roadster is an attractive and exceptional stock example that is presented in a spectacular color combination of Silver and Black, complimented by a Black convertible top. The Roadster has received a professional restoration by Jaguar professionals, and features a number of new additions including a new exhaust system, new shocks, and a fully restored wooden steering wheel. To insure optimal performance, the Roadster has been scheduled for a comprehensive servicing by Jaguar professionals at Classic Showcase. The XKE's interior is completed in black, and features bucket seats, Smiths instrumentation, a fully restored wood steering wheel, and a period-correct AM-FM/Cassette stereo. Included with the car are the tools, spare tire and jack. This E-Type is wonderful example that not only looks and drives great, but is an affordable and sound choice for the new E-Type collector or enthusiast looking to experience what only the Jaguar E-Type can deliver!
1965 Jaguar XKE 4.2 Coupe: A matching numbers black plate California car This 1965 Jaguar XKE 4.2 Coupe is an original matching numbers black plate California car. Red with black interior. It retains it's original CA black plates and old pink slip. It wears an older ground up restoration which has held up really well. The engine was rebuilt during the restoration and was resealed just 4k miles ago. The paint still shines with the exception of a couple very small nicks here and there. The chrome is still nice as well but not show quality. It runs and drives perfect and idles excellent. There have also been many new parts installed since the restoration and it doesn't need anything mechanically. The interior is very nice and it still has the original spare tire in the trunk. The body is super straight with zero rust and the floors are original. Price: $89,500.
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
This is an amazing example preserved like it left the factory in 1971, as it has only traveled 8,498 miles since new. It has been well maintained and garage kept. Presented in a spectacular color combination of British Racing Green with a biscuit interior, it still sits upon its original tires, has 3 sets of keys, includes invoices of work performed, has the original books, and the warranty book with protecto plate in the original Jaguar pouch. It has the desirable small chrome front and rear over riders with a well preserved interior. It comes complete with a four speed, A/C, chrome wire wheels, jack, and sporting its original paint, which is virtually perfect. This is for the Jaguar collector that demands originality and wants to add a very desirable, and highly collectible 1st year Series III V12 to their collection. It can be shown in the preservation category as it looks, and even smells, wonderful.
This 1967 Jaguar XKE Series I Coupe. Burgundy with cream interior. Only 51K original miles from new. It was pampered by it's previous owner. It's a matching numbers car. Excellent and a very honest original car. IT's the last and most collectible year for Series I two seater coups. It also has very desirable covered headlights. For only $89,500.
This 1971 Jaguar Series II roadster is an excellent original car. Primrose yellow with black leather interior. Last and most desirable year for Series II roadsters. It comes with the hardtop. For only $67,500
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
This beautiful Series 1 Jaguar is one of the rare open headlight XKE's making this one of the rarest of all E-types! Restored to the highest specifications by Richard Grenon in 1993 and has only a few thousand miles since. Call John Snell to add this beauty to your collection.
(SOLD) This car is for sale as a Classic Showcase restoration, equal to our driver/show-driver/show restoration levels. Please see our restoration page for further information. Classic Showcase is scheduling the restoration to be of a show/driver level, however, depending on the date of purchase, we may be able to accommodate your build sheet and wish list to create the E-Type of your dreams! Please note that a period correct engine and transmission will be restored and installed. 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 dep
*This car is for sale as a Classic Showcase restoration, equal to our driver/show-driver/show restoration levels. Please see our restoration page for further information. 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 will not be painted for a while, so we can paint it the color of your choice. 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.
It is not often that you find an original, unmolested, matching numbers XKE with an original interior. This fabulous color combination of golden sand and cinnamon, with long term ownership, has only traveled 87,028 miles since new. This is a car that we intend to continue on with the preservation restoration. We will do all the mechanical services to make it a good driver, and then it will be scheduled for paint, and a few remaining details attended to. Once completed, it will be a good contender for the preservation category in Jaguar Concours. It is a very difficult to find such a rare beauty in this condition. The purchase of this gem includes its Jaguar Heritage Certificate, and a jack.
(SOLD) This magnificent numbers-matching 1967 Series 1 4.2 E-Type roadster was the subject of a recent Show/Driver level restoration by Jaguar professionals at Classic Showcase of Oceanside, California. This E-Type was one of the last Series 1s produced before leaving the Browns Lane factory on March 31, 1967, and are the most desirable of the XKE series. Robert and Patricia Polker purchased this E-Type new on April 12, 1967 from Jaguar Cars in New York. It presents in a truly stunning color combination of an Opalescent Silver Blue exterior, fitted with a Dark Blue leather interior that is complimented by a matching Dark Blue soft top and boot. The roadster's body was completely restored, and the bottom of the car was painted in the same color as the exterior of the car for the correctness of the restoration. Once the paint was completed, the car was sanded and buffed to the deep, gleaming shine that you see today. The engine, transmission, rear end, and steering rack were restored, along with the hydraulic, cooling, fuel and electrical systems also being gone through and restored. A pictorial DVD of the restoration services performed by Classic Showcase along with a Jaguar Daimler
This highly original, single-family owned Jaguar E-Type roadster was built in March of 1967, and was later dispatched to New York and then on to Southern California where it has been kept since. With only 62,069 original miles, it is numbers-matching, and retains its California Black Plates. The Roadster was the subject of a restoration performed by Jaguar Professionals, and presents in its truly original and stunning color combination of Opalescent Maroon, fit with a beautiful Black interior as stated in its JDHT Certificate. The XKE has been carefully stored and driven sparingly since, requiring only routine maintenance. More recently, marque specialist Classic Showcase of Oceanside, CA created and fit a new interior with all of the proper materials, along with a new soft cloth top and matching boot. In addition, master technicians paid strict attention to the integrity of the E-Type’s vital systems and components by performing a thorough inspection over the entire car, performing all updates and services as needed. Adding a touch of uniqueness to this example (and illustrating Jaguar’s transition from one XKE series to next), the E-Type features open headlights, while retaining
*This car is for sale as a Classic Showcase restoration, either to a Show-Driver or Show level restoration. Please see our restoration page for further information. This is an original and highly collectible 1967 XKE Roadster. This is a great candidate for a restoration of your choosing. 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, enjoy and compete in shows.
*Please note the vehicle pictured is not the actual car, rather a precise example of what the car will look like once completed. Classic Showcase is pleased to offer this 1966 Jaguar E-Type Coupe for sale. This Series 1 XKE has been in the process of receiving a comprehensive restoration to high standards, and stands very close to completion. During the restoration process, the car was fully disassembled and photo documented; the car was then taken to bare metal, metal worked and finished and repainted. All mechanical systems were gone through and rebuilt to specification, and all brite work was re-plated to show quality. The car received a newly trimmed interior that was custom fit and installed, along with leather sport seats and a wood steering wheel. All mechanical components have been gone through and brought back to factory specifications. The engine and transmission have been rebuilt, along with a rebuilt carburetor, restored radiator, gas tank, and new exhaust system installed. With such coveted Series 1-specific features such as covered headlights, triple SU carbs, toggle switches, and comfortable seats, this generation of E-Types is known to be the most classic and drive-
(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) No expense is being spared in this incredible restoration. The craftsmanship is superb as well as the fit and finish. During the restoration process at classic showcase the following was performed by there craftsman. The 4.2 engine has been rebuilt to factory specifications including hot-tanked, magnafluxed, calibrated, and inspected. New pistons, bearings, timing chain, new oil pump, and water pump. The head was rebuilt, machined, surfaced and calibrated with new valves, guides, keepers, bearings, tensioners and seals. Clutch system, rebuilt carburetors, all new brake system, many powder coated parts, under carriage rebuilt, with new suspension, new wire harness, gas tank restored and epoxy sealed
(SOLD) This vehicle is a factory built black on black E-type with a Heritage Certificate to confirm. This classic has been a multiple JCNA event trophy winner and has been featured on the cover of Jaguar Journal February 2002.
(SOLD) This matching numbers 1965 Jaguar XKE OTS is Carmen Red/Black with a Black Cloth Stay Fast Top. It has the original 9,605 miles and is probably one of the lowest original mileages on any restored Jaguar in the World. This Jaguar also comes with the Heritage Certificate of Authenticity documenting the original color combination and showing that the numbers match. The car has been driven very little since the original restoration and is a great contender for JCNA showings. This car features an AM/FM Blaupunkt radio. At Classic Showcase we have performed a preservation restoration to a superb original car. The body was refitted as needed and the engine compartment was cleaned and painted, the carburetor domes were wet sanded and polished as well as the valve covers. A complete service was performed to include changing all fluids, new porcelain manifolds were installed as well as a heat shield and hoses. All systems were serviced and brought to proper specifications. The seat bases were restored and the seats were outfitted with new leather as well as the center console and radio console. In addition, the steering wheel was restored, the convertible top was refitted and 4 new 18
(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.
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