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United KingdomFAV258C

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Record Creation: Entered on 30 May 2004.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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Registered FAV 258C

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2004-05-30 08:10:48  |  Rick Chole writes:

Auctioned by Bohnamms in Monaco 5/15/2004. Claimed to be original. Some modifications seen. Went for ~$54,000 (before sellers fee of 15%.


2004-08-14 00:17:24  |  Anonymous writes:

SCM reports car as 'largely unrestored' and quotes sale price at Bonhams, Monaco, 5/15/04 as $62,908


2005-08-12 12:12:04  |  Robert writes:

Sold at Pouain LeFur,Paris 19th Jun 2001 Hammer price £320000 ?? Engine # 7E 1899-9 Year 1965


2007-07-19 10:19:19  |  pauls writes:

Additional auction info, note that it has a California front plate:

Chassis no. 1E10377
This’time warp’ left-hand drive 4.2-litre Roadster is presented in very good original un-restored condition throughout, having covered just 6,000 miles in the hands of three owners from new. Finished in red with black leather interior, matching hood and new tonneau, it comes complete with original hard top, also finished in black, and is offered with Netherlands registration papers.

An extraordinary specimen of the definitive 60’s sports car.

Estimate: €60,000 to 65,000


2008-09-24 20:54:27  |  pauls writes:

Car offered at:
www.GT40Continuation.co.uk

Sellers description:
Jaguar E-Type SI Ex - Coombs 4.2 Roadster - LHD - 8,694 miles
colour Red
interior colour Black
drive LHD
type Cabrio / Roadster
seats 2
year 1965
mileage 13.992 km / 8.694 mi
Chassis No. 1E10377
Engine No. 7E1866-9
price P.O.R.
VAT No
country United Kingdom
Truly remarkable (and possibly unique) example having covered just 8,694 miles from new with a mere 4 owners - the last being John Coombs (famous Coombs-Jaguar Racing). First delivered to Jaguar USA New York (hence odometer in miles) and imported/registered in Europe in 1998 (documented). Sold to Coombs at Bonham''s Monaco Auction 2004. Brought to the UK in 2008 and registered FAV 258C. Just stripped to bare metal and expensively resprayed/rechromed. Freshly serviced with new MOT. Original trim with working Motorola radio, original spare wheel with Dunlop RS5 tyre, original tools and rolls. A true ''time-warp'' in absolutely exquisite condition with driveability to match. Sold with Jaguar Heritage Certification, Bonham''s Auction Catalogue etc. Unrepeatable!

Works hard-top (and soft top), new 72 spoke chrome wire wheels with Pirelli P400 tyres, luggage rack (not fitted).


2009-10-16 18:20:26  |  pauls writes:

Car now offered at:
forsale.classicandperformancecar.com/detail.aspx


2012-11-10 18:50:18  |  pauls writes:

Car now offered at:
www.bradfieldcars.com

Sellers description:
colour Red
interior colour Black
drive LHD
type Cabrio / Roadster
year 1965
mileage 14.199 km / 8.823 mi
Chassis No. 1E10377
price P.O.R.
VAT No
city London SW7 3HE
country United Kingdom
A hugely original and really good Left Hand Drive Series 1 Roadster offered outstanding condition having covered less than 9,000 miles from new. The car was delivered new to the USA and has benefited from careful ownership in a benign climate and drives as you would expect from such a low mileage example. It has had paint to the bodywork in recent years and accordingly presents itself very well. Offered for sale with all EU Taxes paid and with UK Registration and MOT certificate.


2017-11-10 14:31:44  |  Harry Stevens writes:

For sale at Barbary Hill Iconic Cars near Lincoln. Seller's description below.
www.barbaryhill.com/cars/1964-4-2-lhd-roadster

Presented by Barbary Hill, we are fortunate enough to offer this unique find to the market on behalf of the current custodian. Covering just 11,000 miles from new, this spectacular car has a rich history, documented with the vehicle.

The car was manufactured on 14th December 1964 and was consigned to Mr Kenneth F Guggemos of Winsted, Minnesota, through Jaguar Cars New York, on 8th January 1965. Mr Guggemos was a lighting engineer who held numerous patents. Not long after taking ownership of the car, Mr Guggemos suffered a serious accident which left him unable to drive the car. Unable to part with his pride and joy, the car remained in a heated facility for many years.

The car returned to Europe in the early 1990's where it was acquired by a Dutch collector. He subsequently sold the vehicle to a Belgian collector in October 1998, who added the car to his private collection. The car remained in Belgium until it was assigned to Bonhams - along with the rest of the collection, to be sold at the Monaco auction in May 2005. The car was then subsequently purchased by John Coombs (famous Coombs Jaguar Racing), with the car only displaying 8,550 miles from new.

Sometime in 2008, the vehicle was purchased by Rod Leach (of AC Cobra fame) who brought the car back to the UK. Upon registering the car, the DVLA assigned the registration FAV258C. The MoT certificate displays the mileage at 8,679 miles. The car remained with him until May 2011, when it was acquired by a UK entrepreneur who kept the car in his private collection until December 2012. The current custodian took delivery with the car displaying only 8,900 miles at the time.

This exquisite example still retains many of its original features. The convertible roof displays obvious signs of repairs over the years, but retains a beautiful patina on the inside and unique features including the original 'Tilt seats before raising or lowering the top' label. The original interior supports the documented mileage, along with a unique 'aged' aroma. The car is also supplied with the factory toolkit and jack.


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