|4.2 Jaguar E-Type||Carmen Red|
|Open Two Seater||Black|
|Left Hand Drive||Black|
|Max Hoffman, NY|
|25 October 1966|
|28 September 1966||United States|
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Record Creation: Entered on 11 February 2004.
Database Updates: Show dataplate edits
Certificate No. 16385
Photos of 1E13560
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2004-02-11 11:57:09 | Lofty writes:
Current owner posted a question about tires on an internet forum 12/27/03 so the car is known to survive in the USA. No other info is known.
2017-09-21 14:02:02 | Anonymous writes:
For sale at Historics at Brooklands auction 23 Sep 2017
Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster (4.2 litre)
Registration: JKJ 98D
Transmission Type/Speeds: Manual
Estimate - Range: 135000 - 150000
The Jaguar EType is one of the best known cars in the world The series one is also considered to be the prettiest of all the models First introduced in Geneva in 1961 the EType took the world by storm and with its sleek lines beautiful twin cam straight sixcylinder engine and performance to match soon became nearly every school boy's and adult's dream car Early sportscar racing success at the hands of Graham Hill and Roy Salvadori amongst others helped cement its reputation Built as a monocoque with a front subframe to cradle the engine the models combination of allround independent suspension rack and pinion steering and fourwheel disc brakes gave it excellent road holding and handling capabilities Fed by triple SU HD8 carburettors and topped with a straight port DOHC cylinder head its indomitable 3781cc straightsix engine was quoted as developing some 265bhp all this was allied to a fourspeed Moss gearbox it reputedly enabled the Etype to sprint from 060mph in 69 seconds and onto 150mphThis Jaguar was dispatched to the USA in September 1966 and repatriated to the UK in September 2014 In 2004 she had an extensive restoration to near concours standard and has benefitted from additional work carried out by the vendor recently resulting in an EType of the highest quality She has had a full engine rebuild together with the gearbox carburettors and rear suspension assembly In addition to this she also has an upgraded water pump and higher velocity radiator and a Kenlowe fan The Carmen Red paintwork is to a superb standard which is complemented by the black leather interior With panel gaps that are perfectly uniform it is easy to describe this Jaguar as magnificent however viewing is strictly recommended to ascertain the true quality of this EType Having been professionally converted to righthand drive this aesthetically beautiful example is one of the best we have seen Supplied with a V5C registration document together with a Heritage Certificate and current MoT test certificate valid until 17th May 2018 together with a comprehensive history folder this is an opportunity to purchase a stunning piece of British motoring Heritage
2018-09-10 10:46:14 | Harry Stevens writes:
Sold by E Type UK of Hadlow in August 2018. Seller's description below.
This Series 1 Roadster was manufactured in September 1966 and, supported by a Jaguar Heritage Certificate, finished in Carmen Red with an immaculate black interior with black mohair roof and hood cover, all in original colours. The car underwent extensive restoration in the USA in 2004 and comes with a large photographic record of restoration and a comprehensive history file. Restoration covered every aspect to extraordinary detail across bodywork and mechanics including: full engine, gearbox, carburettors and independent rear suspension rebuild; upgraded cooling system with more efficient water pump; heavy duty radiator and Kenlow fan with 40 amp fuse; upgraded high performance leads, electronic ignition and modern starter motor; beautifully detailed engine bay and rear boot floor and sump; discreet I-phone wire to sound system.
Since being shipped to the UK in September 2014, the car has benefitted from a bare metal respray along with engine bay detailing, professional RHD conversion and some upgrading mechanical work including: modern fan; stainless steel exhaust; electronic ignition. This is a beautiful car with excellent shut lines and has an exceptionally detailed engine bay, rear boot compartment and independent rear suspension. With its well kept original black interior, this car has been tuned to perfection with exhilarating responsiveness on both the throttle and brakes that provide the most exciting and stable ride. With a perfectly tight quick synchro gearbox and no squeaks or rattles this Series 1 E Type is a joy to drive. Current MoT and all UK documentations, as well as the original handbook and heritage certificate are all present with the car.