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1E10474

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2005-01-28 10:31:23  |  pauls writes:

Car offered at auction in '05.
www.russoandsteele.com/index.php
Auction location Scottsdale, Arizona.

Auction description:
1965 Jaguar E Type OTS
Consignment # 5709
An open two seater arguably one of the most beautiful production cars ever sculpted! The most collectable years of this vehicle were 1965-1967. These were the only years with both covered headlights and an all syncromesh transmission. It has 30,105 original miles and two owners since its current owner of the last 25 years. Its first owner was a Ford engineer-collector for 14 years The current owner-collector has been the last 25 years a former North American Jaguar Club concourse chairman and National Concourse Champion.

Its drive train boosts a legendary DOHC 4.2 Liter six, Triple 2" side draft SU carburetors and full syncromesh 4 speed transmission. Rack and pinion steering, fully independent rear suspension, 3.31 rear axle ratio and 4 wheel disc brakes/ inboard rears. Chrome wire wheels (original) 265 bhp in a car weighing just 2200 lbs.= .83 lbs per hp and does a quarter mile in just over 14 seconds/ top speed 150 mph.

The restoration of the vehicle is rotisserie on straight original car. Every nut and bolt was disassembled and NOS was used where available. All mechanics as new and specified to factory measurements Engine / Carburetors / Electrical / Cooling system / Front and Rear Suspension / Brakes / Clutch / Transmission / Rear end / Tires / Exhaust is all new or rebuilt to factory specifications.

The interior and trim is as new throughout from under carpet felt pads to top, Connelly Vat dyed hides and a Haartz canvas top. All new weather striping and body gaskets, 6 coats of PPG acrylic urethane / factory correct color /hand rubbed, 6 coats of PPG clear coat and a Pioneer remote CD in dash player/ original radio comes with car. Original owners manual, service book and lubrication diagram. This car is mechanically and cosmetically better than new. Less than 100 miles since its restoration completion. Optional original un-restored factory hardtop is available.


2005-12-15 11:36:21  |  pauls writes:

Car to be offered at RM auction, Phoenix, Arizona, USA 1/06
www.rmauctions.com/Carlist.cfm?SaleCode=az06&start=1&Category=All&SortBy=AL&View=Normal#

Auction description:
1965 Jaguar Series I E-Type Roadster
LOT 177 To be auctioned on Friday
ESTIMATE: $90,000 - $120,000
CHASSIS NO: 1E10474

The model shown here is a Series I E-Type roadster which sports the larger 4.2 liter engine, initially introduced in 1964. Benefiting from years of development, this particular series is extremely practical and provides drivers with a fast, reliable, and comfortable Grand Tourer – just as William Lyons intended. This E-type has only had two owners with the first being a Ford engineer and collector who pampered the E-Type throughout his 14 years of ownership. The current owner is a former North American Jaguar Club Concours chairman and National Concours Champion.

The current owner commissioned a very exhaustive and correct nut-and-bolt rotisserie style restoration to be performed on the already very straight car without concern for cost, as the E-Type received only the most professional work, and NOS parts when available. The entire drive train – engine, clutch, transmission and rear end were entirely rebuilt with the mechanicals being returned to factory specifications, as were all other auxiliary systems including suspension, cooling system, exhaust, electrical systems and brakes. The interior has been restored to new with factory correct tan Connolly hides used and a Haartz cloth canvas top. The original in dash radio has been removed and replaced with a Pioneer CD player; however, the original radio will be included in the sale of the car. The weather stripping and body gaskets are all new. Stripped to bare metal, the body was refinished with six coats of PPG Acrylic urethane in the factory correct red hand rubbed with six coats of clear over top.

In genuinely better-than-new condition, this car is reported to only have traveled 30,105 original miles. This car offers its next owner the unique opportunity to acquire an essentially brand new E-Type from the most desirable model year. Should the next owner prefer, the installation of the original radio will return the car to its original specifications and will be perfectly suited for concours competition.


2006-03-03 12:28:36  |  pauls writes:

Car sold at $80k
www.carcollector.com/MarketJournal/RMAZ06CCOnline.pdf


2008-09-19 17:57:33  |  pauls writes:

Car was again at auction in '08
www.russoandsteele.com/collector_car/1965_jaguar_e_type_ots_roadster_/5709.html


2017-09-30 14:37:06  |  pauls writes:

Ebay item 9/30/17
www.ebay.com/itm/1965-Jaguar-XK-Roadster-/222660878793
Classified ad price: US $134,000, seller thelastdetail, 30k miles, car now said to be in North Chicago, Illinois.

Sellers description:
VIN: 1E10474
Year: 1965
Exterior Color: Red
Make: Jaguar
Interior Color: Beige/Tan
Model: XKE
Mileage: 30740
Engine: 4.2 litre
Transmission: M

Series 1Roadster
30,740 Original Miles
Complete Rotisserie Restoration
Triple Carb 4.2 Litre w/5 Speed
Correct Carmen Red Exterior
Biscuit Connolly Leather Interior
Matching Cloth Top & Boot Cover
Owners Manual & Binder of History
Fully Sorted and Ready to Drive!!

Previously restored to concours standards, this well documented XKE roadster is by far one of the best driving Jags that's ever passed through our showroom. The original 4.2 liter straight six is backed by an upgraded 5 speed transmission and has an upgraded cooling system as well. Originally owned for 25 years by the first owner and another 15 by the second, but is finally coming out of yet another longterm collection so don't miss the opportunity to purchase this car! Give us a call today to find out more!!


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