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1E11584

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United KingdomLKE200F

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Record Creation: Entered on 27 August 2004.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Heritage Notes

Returned to UK in 1967 and converted to RHD.

Owner: Clive Austin

Based in Worcestershire, UK

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Updated March 14th, 2016. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1E11584

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Interior Photos (1)

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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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2004-08-26 22:59:35 | pauls writes:

Car was sold at auction in '01, info at:
www.classicauctions.co.uk/car_search_index.html

Auction description:
Status SOLD
Estimate £26000 - 30000
Hammer Price £33000.00
Mileage 4000
Colour BLACK
Trim Colour TAN
Chassis No 1E11584
Engine No 7E139319
Registration LKE200F
CC 4235
M.O.T NONE
We are always very pleased to offer Jaguar 'E' Types and this particular 1967 4.2 Roadster has been privately entered from a collection in Staffordshire.
The car is superbly finished with the black coachwork and it has a tan leather interior trim and upon inspection the documentation showed that it had been fully restored in 1989 at a cost in excess of ú42,500. The work was completed by the Jaguar specialists Country Classic Cars Ltd of Warwickshire and since then it has completed a mere 4000 miles.
It has the four-speed manual gearbox and we are informed by the owner that the car drives extremely well. In the history file there is an insurance valuation, carried out in December 1989, confirming that the vehicle should be insured for not less than ú80000 and we can honestly say that if you are looking for one of the best examples of a 4.2 'E' type than you need look no further.
Please note the photograph is of similar car.

2016-03-14 04:46:28 | Clive Austin writes:

I am current owner. Would love to discover more of the car's history, particularly the period when it was in the US from 65-67 and its early years back in the UK ie 67-88.

2018-07-20 16:47:01 | Harry Stevens writes:

For sale at Classic Motor Cars of Bridgnorth for £135,000.
www.classic-motor-cars.co.uk/classic-cars-for-sale/jaguar-e-type-series-1-42_66

This series 1 4.2 roadster is in excellent condition and looks stunning in this colour combination. After many years of use the car underwent a major programme of restoration over two years and returned to use in the early 1990's. Since restoration the car has been serviced and maintained to a very high standard and various options have been added along the way such as five speed transmission, competition laced wire wheels, uprated brakes and inertia reel seat belts.

We supplied the car to the current owner in 2016. It is a great car to drive and the five speed transmission makes motorway driving more relaxed. In great condition we believe this car represents fantastic value for money for those looking for a real driver's car.

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