|4.2 Jaguar E-Type|
|Open Two Seater|
|Left Hand Drive|
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Record Creation: Entered on 23 April 2012.
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2012-04-22 18:22:08 | pauls writes:
Car to be at auction 5/12
1965 Jaguar E-Type Series I 4.2-Litre Roadster
To be auctioned on
Saturday, May 12, 2012
• Just 38,600 km from new; a rare European-delivery; LHD example
• Highly desirable 4.2 Series I Roadster; complete with factory-original hardtop
• Well documented provenance; expertly maintained by Eagle Racing since 1997
Supplied new to Mr B. Lec, who used it primarily for trips to Continental Europe, this highly desirable left-hand drive, European-delivery 4.2-Litre Series I Roadster was first registered as J241 in Jersey, Channel Islands. It has been driven only 38,600 km (24,000 miles) in its 47-year existence, and its provenance is known and well documented. Since 1997, Eagle Racing took care of maintenance and service, including regular cavity wax injection for optimum preservation. It remains authentic and virtually original, apart from a sympathetic 'exact match' exterior refinish in 2004 and the sensible addition of a modern cooling fan and stainless-steel exhaust.
Classic Jaguar expert Chris Keith-Lucas recently viewed the car and gave his independent opinion, "As a Series I 4.2 car, it is one of the most desirable of all the E-Type variants for road use. The registration number is brilliant for an E type. This car is attractive, being well-looked after but not concours-quality. Personally, this is how I like a car, and I would love to own it, as it is a really 'proper' car, and not 'tarted-up'. No one has been tempted to put up-rated brakes, non-standard dampers or low-profile tyres on it".
The car comes with a detailed Eagle service, check-over and cavity wax processing booklets, Jaguar Cars' 'European Distributors and Dealers' booklet (July 1964 edition) and 'Jaguar 4.2 'E' Type Operating, Maintenance and Service Handbook'. It has UK road tax and an MOT certificate valid until 2013. Complete with the factory-supplied hard top, it is obviously a superb addition to any collection, as well as being a very usable E-Type by any standard. Simply beautiful and almost entirely original throughout, it is undoubtedly one of the most desirable examples available today.
2012-05-15 13:47:29 | pauls writes:
Chassis No. 1E10385
AUCTION RESULTS: Lot was Sold at a price of €100.800
2012-11-10 17:44:37 | pauls writes:
Car now offered at:
type Cabrio / Roadster
city 1080 Belgique
The best original example available on the planet !
38.000 km from new !
Untouched - All original interior, carpets, soft top except one repaint in the correct color.
Original hard top.
Always maintain by Eagle in England.
2013-01-10 13:25:32 | pauls writes:
Car to be at auction 2/13
7 Feb 2013 16:30 CET Paris, The Grand Palais
1965 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2-Litre Roadster
Chassis no. 1E10385
Engine no. 7E2034-8
This highly desirable, left-hand drive, E-Type Series 1 4.2-Litre Roadster was supplied new in Europe to a Mr B Lec and first registered as 'J 241' in Jersey, Channel Islands. Used by Mr Lec primarily for trips to Continental Europe, the car has covered only 38,600km (approximately 24,000 miles) over the past 47 years and comes with well-documented provenance. It remains authentic and virtually original apart from refinishing in its factory livery in 2004 and the sensible addition of an electric cooling fan and stainless-steel exhaust system. Marque specialists Eagle Racing have been responsible for maintenance and servicing since 1997, including regular wax injection of body cavities for optimum corrosion protection.
Asked to give his opinion of the car, independent classic Jaguar specialist Chris Keith-Lucas had this to say: 'As a Series 1 4.2 car, it is one of the most desirable of all the E-Type variants for road use. The registration number is brilliant for an E type. This car is attractive, being well looked after but not concours-quality. Personally, this is how I like a car, and I would love to own it, as it is a really 'proper' car, and not 'tarted-up'. No one has been tempted to put up-rated brakes, non-standard dampers or low-profile tyres on it".
Included in the sale are Eagle Racing's service, check-over and cavity wax processing booklets; Jaguar Cars' 'European Distributors and Dealers' booklet (July 1964 edition); and 'Jaguar 4.2 'E' Type Operating, Maintenance and Service Handbook'. Offered complete with factory hardtop, the car comes with UK MoT and road fund licence valid until 2013. Beautiful and almost entirely original throughout, this gorgeous Series 1 E-Type would make a superb addition to any collection.
€115,000 - 135,000
£94,000 - 110,000
US$ 150,000 - 180,000
Registration no. ECD 406C (UK)
Chassis no. 1E10385
Engine no. 7E2034-8