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 $67,500.
(SOLD) Mechanical: 3.8 engine rebuilt to factory specifications with 265 factory base horse power, new pistons, bearings, valves, guides, seals, timing chain, head completely rebuilt, rebuilt carbs, clutch, new brake parts, drive shaft balanced, rebuilt shocks, many powder coated parts, new suspension, under carriage rebuilt, new wire harness, gas tank restored, rebuilt fuel pump, all electrical components, gauges, knobs, switches rebuilt, rescreened or replaced, instruments rebuilt, top bows and seat frames powder coated, replaced stone guards, new triplex windshield, new exhaust system, rear end and transmission completely rebuilt, and much more! Body and Interior Body stripped to bare metal and finished, doors, bonnets and boot fit to body, epoxy sealed and painted, color sanded and buffed, new rubber, seals, grommets and gaskets, trim and bright work replaced or replated, new interior, carpet, panels, dash and seats redone, fitted with a Stayfast hood.
(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.
(SOLD) This is an extremely rare original, highly collectible, matching-numbers 1965 Jaguar 4.2L E-Type Series I Roadster. A car this age, with 20,000 original miles, is hardly ever seen, especially one that has the original paint and interior chrome etc.., and is in this kind of condition. It was so original even down to the original hoses when we purchased it. This XKE has not been molested or abused, was very well kept and serviced by its previous owner, and has a remarkable patina of originality throughout. It has normal wear for a car of 20,000 miles. The car was in long term storage in Hollywood, CA when it was located. Classic Showcase purchased the car and performed a major service to all systems, and prepared the car for the road. It features a nicely preserved Davis Radio Corp. "Le Chaperon" AM push-button radio, ready for those long summer drives! Equipped with an original tool kit, jack, knock off hammer, keys, and rare ladies foot rest on the passenger side. It is in a spectacular color combination of opalescent silver blue with a dark blue interior and top. You can improve the car cosmetically if you wish, but remember that it's only original once! This car is truly f
(SOLD) Classic Showcase is in the process of restoring this E-Type to a show/driver level. 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 XKE will be a great example to drive and enjoy!
(SOLD) Classic Showcase paid extreme attention to detail during the restoration process of this incredible early example E-type, with no expense being spared. This rare, matching numbers, CA black plate E-Type comes with a Heritage Certificate, numerous NOS parts, is in a stunning color combination of bronze and red, includes flat floors, welded louvered bonnet, and is ready for the serious collector who wishes to show this magnificent example. The restoration of this vehicle to Show level included the following: the vehicle was 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. It has received a new triplex windshield and door glass. All mechanical systems and components have been gone through, restored, or replaced as needed. The engine and transmission have been rebuilt back to factory specifications, as well as the rear end and suspension. When the engine was re-built, we machined and calibrated with new pistons, oil pump, timing chain, bearings, valves, guides, seals, the head was completely rebuilt, rebuilt the carbur
(SOLD) The car is a wonderfully documented, 28,000 mile example which resided in one family's stewardship for 45 years. Purchased on December 24, 1963 by Dr. Henry N. Hillard as a Christmas gift for his wife, Ethel, the roadster remained with the Hillards for the rest of their lives. Jaguar Heritage documentation confirms Dr. Hillard as the original owner as well as verifying that the car retains all its original integrity, including numbers matching engine, as well as chassis, gearbox and body numbers. The livery was Opalescent Golden Sand with a tan interior and Sand top. Alongside its self evident originality, the car benefits from fabulous and rarely seen early documentation including its original Bill of Sale from Ladd Motors (where Dr Hillard traded in his 1962 Buick Convertible), registration records, Jaguar Manufacturers Warranty Card, Jaguar Periodic Maintenance Vouchers as well as the original tools. Running and driving this early 3.8 Litre 'E' represents a perfect automobile for inclusion in the growing number of preservation class events.
(SOLD) This very rare 1961 XKE convertible is number 110 in the early E-type production history. Although it was already in a good driving condition, Classic Showcase restored this XKE to a Show/ Driver level. Included in the restoration process, the vehicle was dissembled, interior was removed, and documented, the vehicle body worked, metal finished, fitted, leaded as needed, all body parts and chrome were fitted to the car, it was prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear coat, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. All systems have been gone through and restored and replaced as needed.. The transmission, clutch system, hydraulic systems were serviced and the car received new rubber as needed. The britework was re-plated as needed. The car received new upholstery as needed, fitted in the correct materials by our upholstery department. Parts and components were restored in the proper colors and finishes. Attention to detail was given because of the importance of this early E-type. A DVD of the restoration process will accompany the vehicle. This Jaguar is an excellent example to drive, enjoy and compete in upcoming shows and also comes with a Heritage Certificate veri
(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) *This car is for sale as a Classic Showcase restoration, either done to our Show Driver or Show level. Please see our restoration page for further information on what they each entail. Included in the restoration process the vehicle will be have all systems 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 all new rubber, and a new windshield. All chrome will be re-plated as needed. The car will receive a complete new interior in the correct materials. 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.
(SOLD) It’s not every day that you find a CA black plate original car with mostly original features and components. This matching numbers car has limited ownership and is a true survivor with lots of patina. It has always been cared for, garaged kept and serviced regularly. This wonderful e-type has its original seats, door panels, dash material, and dash top which are all in excellent condition. Since it has only been driven 105,732 miles, this car is as tight as it was in 1966. Then you add a fantastic original color combination of opalescent silver grey with a red interior, and you have one very striking car. One of the original features it retains is the original period correct push button radio that still works today. A few items have been added for the driving pleasure of the driver such as: headers, a stainless exhaust, an aluminum radiator with auxiliary fan, and bullet mirrors on both fenders of the bonnet. All the glass is original except for the windshield, but it is all in excellent condition. All the chrome is original and in good condition. This car comes with its tools and jack, and has great history. It has had a complete service performed by Classic Showcase just r
(SOLD) This beautiful Jaguar E-type was restored by Jaguar professionals and has been well sorted since the restoration. Numbers matching, with open headlight, this late Series 1.5 Roadster was built on March 29, 1968 and left the Browns Lane factory in Coventry just under a month later on the 24th of April where it was originally imported through Jaguar Cars of New York. It is finished in Old English white over black leather, and it comes with a black soft top. This 1968 Jaguar E-type has its original fitted, late 4.2 seats which feature adjustable back rests for your driving comfort, full instrumentation, fully synchronized transmission, and dual fans for increased cooling ability. This is the end of the small tail lights, parking lights and bumpers which kept the lines and beauty of the iconic Jaguar E-type. It is accompanied by receipts documenting thousands of dollars in regular maintenance, and it’s Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate. A recent service has been performed and it has been well sorted out so it is ready for your enjoyment.
(SOLD) This numbers matching Jaguar has had a comprehensive restoration to show driver level by its previous owner with some fabulous upgrades.
(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) Car Condition: High End Driver; This exceptional Jaguar is a one owner since new car. It has incredible patina! It comes with all the service records from day one, and has been serviced by only one mechanic during its whole life. The only reason we were able to purchase the car, is that the mechanic retired and the owner didn’t trust anyone else to service the car. Since we are Jaguar Specialists, he trusted us to find a good home for her, a collector that will continue to care and maintain his E-type. It’s a real time capsule! All original factory items come with the car. The car will receive a full detail and service by Classic Showcase. A totally documented car coming with books, receipts, the original bill of sale, warranty information and protecto plate will accompany the car. This XKE comes with a Jaguar Heritage Certificate of Authenticity documenting the originality of the vehicle and all numbers matching. The Jaguar runs exceptionally well and would be a great candidate to take to a Concours level, or can be driven and enjoyed now making a great addition to any Jaguar collector’s collection.
(SOLD) The 1965 Jaguar XKE had a fully synchronize 4 speed transmission with comfortable bucket seats, arm rest, center console with covered headlights and toggle switches. Don't miss you chance to own a fine XKE example. During the restoration process, the car was disassemble, repainted, color sanded and buff to a beautiful finish. The mechanical components were rebuilt, replaced, or service as needed. The suspension and hydraulic system were replaced as well as the tire wheel rubber, etc. The bright work was re-chromed and some of the miscellaneous pieces were replaced. The exhaust manifold was reporcelain. This E-Type was fitted with new interior and only been driven limited miles since the restoration completed.
(SOLD) This is a stunning, matching numbers, limited ownership 1961 Jaguar XKE 3.8 Series I OTS which is an early example with flat floors, and welded bonnet louvers. It bears all the special nuances from the first year Jaguar built their E-type. It had undergone a comprehensive restoration to a Show/Driver level and, in a recent Jaguar concours, this beauty achieved a score of 97 points out of 100. It includes the recent JCNA score sheets. It was recently given a full service, and it has been always extremely well cared for, and stored in a climate controlled environment. This Jag is dressed in Carmen red with a red leather interior, sports a biscuit canvas top, and comes with the original radio blanking plate. It also includes photos of the restoration and the car in bare metal, and the owner’s manual as well. During the restoration process, it was completely disassembled, the body was fitted and painted, and then wet sanded and buffed. It benefitted from new parts being installed, and the good serviceable parts being restored. All brite work redone as needed, all mechanical, fuel, electrical, and hydraulic systems were gone through, the rear end was rebuilt and calibrated, the i
(SOLD) This numbers matching 1963 Jaguar XKE Series I 3.8 FHC has completed restoration to a Show/Driver level by Classic Showcase. It is an original California car with original small California pink slip. Included in the restoration process, the vehicle has 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 coat, clear coat, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. It has received a new windshield and door glass. All mechanical systems and components have been gone through, serviced, restored or replaced as needed. The engine and transmission have been rebuilt back to factory specifications, as well as the rear end and suspension. All other systems such as the electrical, hydraulic, cooling and fuel have been restored or replaced and the car has received all new rubber and a complete new wire loom. The car has received a new correct exhaust system, new battery, the gas tank has been epoxy sealed and radiator restored. All chrome has been re-plated. The car has received a complete new custom tailored and fit interior in the correct materials by our upholstery depart
(SOLD) This Series 3 V12 is an original California car since new, and has held very limited ownership throughout the course of its life. The first owner purchased the car new in Santa Barbara, CA, and took excellent care of the vehicle keeping a detailed service log of work and saving receipts of work performed, which accompany the roadster. In addition, the E-type includes the original owner's manuals, Protecto plate, and associated documentation. Furthermore, in the past the roadster has been shown and campaigned at the San Diego Jaguar Concours d'Elegance, where it impressively scored 97.94 points. After spending the last 5 years garaged in storage, the V12 has recently received a major servicing by Classic Showcase, which included: all fluids being changed, all filters and hoses were replaced, the radiator and header tank received R & R and service, the hydraulic and clutch systems were serviced, all gas was removed and flushed, tires were replaced with new 205/70/15R Dunlops, a new Interstate battery, along with a new master cylinder and clutch master. The roadster comes with a nerf bar in the front, A/C, as well as a Jaguar AM/FM cassette player. The interior is in good condi
(SOLD) If you're a collector demanding excellence, and you want a classic E-Type that has been proven to be the very best, then this is the XKE for you. This remarkable E-Type has been the subject of a no expense spared restoration by Classic Showcase, and stands as one of the greatest examples currently available in the world today. As a JCNA national champion, this 1966 XKE has received 100 point scores in (3) separate JCNA-sanctioned Concours events in 1 calendar year. As well, it has also received victories at Dana Point and Palm Spring Concours events, where it earned first place awards in its class. Extreme attention to detail was taken during the restoration process, with no expense being spared. It is a matching numbers vehicle that comes with a Heritage Certificate, many NOS parts, and has a great history. The restoration of this vehicle to a Show level included the following: the vehicle was 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. It has received a new triplex windshield and door glass. All mechanical s
(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 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) The E-Type Roadster presented here is an early 1968 model, it is one of the few E-Types that are today popularly known as Series I 1/2 cars as they utilize the open headlight bonnets but are otherwise are very similar to the Series I cars retaining the very favorable 4.2 liter engine.This Jaguar is a California original car with only two owners since new and it comes with the small California pink slip. Just in time for the auction the car was treated to a comprehensive cosmetic restoration and mechanical service by a Jaguar marque specialist, Classic Showcase. During the process of this restoration the vehicle was body worked and fitted, all body parts painted separately, painted in base coat, clear coat, color sanded and buffed to the spectacular finish you see today. The interior was refurbished meticulously as well as the assembly of the vehicle. Finished in opalesant silver- gray metallic with a dark blue interior, fully detailed, in top mechanical condition and freshly restored, this Jaguar is ready for anything. The question then becomes what to do with an E-Type truly in its prime?
(SOLD) This incredible, first-generation XKE outside bonnet latch roadster is undergoing a restoration to the highest standards of show-level correctness! It's not every day that a first generation E-Type with such a high degree of patina, originality, and sought-after features like flat floors and welded louvers comes along, but Classic Showcase has found such a car, and were very excited about restoring such a rare and unique piece of Jaguar history. Classic Showcase has performed a comprehensive restoration to this rare XKE to the highest Show level possible. Included in the restoration process, the vehicle has been dissembled, and the interior has been removed and documented, the body has been stripped to bare metal and placed on a rotisserie, the body has been body worked, metal finished, fitted, and leaded as needed, and all body parts and chrome were fitted to the car in bare metal; It has been primered, sealed, had a base coat and clear coat applied, and then color sanded and buffed to a beautiful finish. All body parts were painted off the car separately. All systems have been gone through and were restored or replaced as necessary. The transmission, clutch, and hydraulic
(SOLD) This Jaguar has had an older restoration but is still in very good condition. With the original AM radio and an aluminum radiator, this classic Jaguar is a wonderful vehicle to own and drive.
(SOLD) The vehicle was restored by previous owner with no expense spared. Over $115,000 spent on this comprehensive professional restoration and well documented with photographic. A superb restoration, excellent fit and attention to detail. It had been upgraded to 4.2 transmission with upgraded starter. Koni shock was added to front and rear. 10-1 compression engine, balanced and blueprinted. All cylinders lines with stainless, brake lines are also stainless. Rebuilt carbs with original steel shafts. Making this E-Type a superb driver with excellent performance.
(SOLD) Classic Showcase restored this beautiful XKE to a high standard several years ago, where it was finished in the elegant color combination of Jaguar Dark Blue, with a beige interior. The coupe is a matching-numbers example that has benefited from a comprehensive and thoroughly documented mechanical rebuild and body restoration to factory original specifications. The comprehensive restoration included: taking the car apart, photographing, performing a complete vehicle repaint inside and out which consisted of stripping the paint, performing the body work, metal finished, fitted the chrome rubber and panels, and then prepared the car for primer, sealer, base coat, clear coat and wet sanded and buffed. All body parts and panels were painted separately off the car. All systems were gone through, replaced and updated as needed, including the electrical, fuel, cooling, and the hydraulic systems. The instruments were restored; replated all brite work, and added a new exhaust system and battery. Our upholstery department professionals’ custom tailored and fitted a complete new interior including headliner, in all the proper leather, vinyl, moquette, hardura, and carpet materials. Car
(SOLD) This specific E-type has had the same owner for the last 38 years. Recently, British car specialists completely disassembled, stripped to bare metal and painted silver to concours standards. There’s been an exceptional attention to underbody detail with all new rubber and chrome plating as necessary. The interior was refurbished when the car was painted and includes new leather, new carpet, new trunk mat, and new interior trim material. The top was replaced with a new cloth top and with new cloth boot. The car was completely repainted, color sanded and buffed, and all of the major mechanical components were removed and rebuilt or replaced as necessary. The components were detailed to concours standards before reassembly. The original matching number engine is fitted to the car, and was completely rebuilt using hardened seats in for the acceptance of non-leaded fuel and reliability. The original transmission was rebuilt and refitted to the car. The complete suspension was restored and reassembled. The hydraulic system was rebuilt as needed and detailed. A complete new wiring harness was installed for reliability. The exhaust manifolds were replaced with new porcelain, and a n
(SOLD) No expense was spared in this incredible restoration. The craftsmanship is superb as well as the fit. 4.2 engine rebuilt to factory specifications, new pistons, bearings, valves, guides, seals, timing chain, head completely rebuilt, rebuilt carburetors, new oil pump, clutch, all new brake parts, drive shaft balanced, new shocks, many powder coated parts, New suspension, Under carriage rebuilt, new wire harness, gas tank restored and epoxy sealed, new fuel pump, all electrical components, gauges, knobs, switches rebuilt, rescreened or replaced, all instruments rebuilt, top bows and seat frames powder coated, replaced stone guards, new Triplex windshield, new door glass and headlight glass, new drip panels, rear end completely rebuilt as well as the transmission. The body was rotisserie restored, stripped to bare metal, metal finished, fitted, painted base coat and clear coat, then color sanded and buffed to a superb finish. All new rubber seals, grommets, and gaskets were used. The trim and bright work has been replaced or replated with all new interior, headliner, carpet, panels, and dash by the quality craftsmen at Classic Showcase. In addition the seats are leather seats.
(SOLD) This 1967 Jaguar Series 1 E-Type roadster has just finished a comprehensive restoration by Jaguar professionals at Classic Showcase, who paid very special attention to all the little details that it's next owner is sure to appreciate; this numbers-matching roadster is believed to have only 36,210 original miles, and was one of the last Series 1s ever produced. The roadster left the Browns Lane factory on March 20, 1967, and several months later, Hanley Kleeman of Indianapolis, Indiana purchased the car new on November 21, 1967. The Kleeman family owned the car for the next 47 years, having the car repainted in the original color in the 1980s, using the car sparingly the entire time. In 2013, the car was purchased from the Kleeman family, and was prepared to go back on the road, spending $10,000 in the process. In April of 2014, the car returned to use - then with a total of about 35,000 miles. The original owner’s manual set with the car’s original warranty endorsed to Hanley Kleeman, service vouchers, operating, maintenance and service handbook, etc. has stayed with the car through its 47 years. Today, this beautiful E-type has benefited from a comprehensive, no expense spa
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