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2003-09-04 02:13:31  |  Steven D. writes:

Car listed on EBay:

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Description (revised)

Jaguar : XKE
1967 Jaguar XKE Series 1.5

Miles: 17582 Doors: 2 doors
Transmission: Manual Interior: Black
Engine: 6 - Cyl. Year: 1967
VIN Number: 1E13572 Exterior: Red

1967 Jaguar XKE 4.2 Roadster

For auction is a 1967 Jaguar Series 1.5. Red with Black interior. This car has been with the current owner for the past five years and has been used as a driver. The car has 17,564 original documented miles since new.

The car has never been restored and is believed to be 100% original with the exception of the paint and seats. The car is free of rust with the exception of some small bubbling near the front and rear wheelwells.

The Jaguar Factory never officially produced a Series 1.5 model. This is the common name given to the very last of the E-Types that were produced in late 1966 as 1967 models. As such, this car sports the open headlamps on the bonnet.



Some of the features of the car include the triple SU carburetors with the original brass inspection tags, wire wheels with eared knockoffs and leather interior. This model has the mechanical refinements of the full synchro gearbox and the powerful 4.2 motor. The car sounds amazing and runs like a rocket.

In addition, this car has been certified by the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust. The numbers found on this certificate are: 1E13572 (VIN), 7E10368-9 (Engine), 4E5273 (Body) and EJ10535 (Gearbox).

The classic Jaguar E-Type needs no introduction. Wickedly fast, sleek, seductively beautiful in design and engineering: it is widely acknowledged as the standard by which other sports cars are judged. Included is the original owner's manual, tool roll and jack stand. All service records are available.

The car is available to be seen or appraised by a mechanic in the metro Atlanta area.

Car has a Buy-It-Now price of US $42,000.00

With 3 days 10 hours there have been 5 bids to bring the current price to US $23,100.00 (Reserve not met)


2003-09-17 16:30:59  |  Steven D. writes:

Car has been relisted:

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Previous auction had 11 bids to a price of US $24,750.00 (Reserve not met) and a Buy-It-Now price of US $42,000.00

Current auction has zero bids so far with a starting price of US $10,000.00 (Reserve not met) and a new lower Buy-It-Now price of US $37,000.00


2003-10-07 07:31:18  |  pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay as item# 2436282754
10/7/03
Current bid $13k, two bids, reserve not met, 6 days left in auction. Buy it now price of $35k


2004-03-13 18:59:07  |  chuck goolsbee writes:

This car crossed the block at the Amelia Island Concours RM Classic Car Auction on Saturday, March 13, 2004. Not a bad car... though I did not get to look at it for more than a few minutes. Bidding opened at $30,000 and ran up to $60,000 (!) but it did not sell, so the seller obviously thought it worth more. Seems crazy to me, as $60 is more than enough for a s1.5 OTS!

The auction catalog states:
Current owner for past 5 years. (if so, then why the boost from $42 to over $60?)
17,564 Original Miles. (? how did it lose 18 miles)


2004-07-22 09:28:12  |  pauls writes:

Car sold at BJ '04 Palm Beach auction;
www.barrett-jackson.com/auctionresults/common/cardetail.asp

Auction info:
1967 JAGUAR XKE ROADSTER
LOT #350 - RESERVE
2004 PBCCA CCA
SOLD FOR $37,350
COLOR - RED
TRANS - 4 SPEED
CYLINDERS - 6
VIN - 1E13572
VERY LOW ORIGINAL MILES, VERY COLLECTABLE MODEL XKE. ALWAYS WELL CARED FOR FEATURING A 4.2 ENGINE, 4 SPEED, WIRE WHEELS, TRIPLE SU CARBS.


2004-10-03 23:08:10  |  John writes:

This car is showing as sold on Classic Showcase website.


2005-02-03 21:11:13  |  rick writes:

Now listed on the Dupont Registry. Asking $56,995!! I don't know if it has had any work done since last sale.


2005-02-06 09:22:29  |  1E11490 writes:

Car sold at Barrett-Jackson 2005 Scottsdale auction;

www.barrett-jackson.com/auctionresults/common/cardetail.asp

Auction info:
1967 JAGUAR XKE CONVERTIBLE
LOT #452 - NO RESERVE
2005 BJCCA CCA
SOLD FOR $45,360 (including 8% buyers premium)
COLOR - RED
TRANS - 4 SPEED
CYLINDERS - 6
ENGINE SIZE - 4.2 LITER
HORSEPOWER - 265
VIN - 1E13572
Very collectible model XKE with a 4.2 liter inline 6 cylinder with dual overhead cams and 3 SU carburetors and a 4-speed transmission. Good driver with low miles.


2006-01-16 22:35:51  |  pauls writes:

Additional information from the RM '04 auction

Vintage Motor Cars at Amelia Island
Saturday, March 13, 2004 [Print]
1967 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

ESTIMATE: $70,000 - $90,000
CHASSIS NO: 1E13572
Less Than 18,000 Miles From New
As many enthusiasts know the Jaguar factory never officially produced a Series 1.5 model. However, this is the common name given to the very last of the E-Types that were produced in late 1966 as 1967 models. As such, these examples sport the open headlamps on the bonnet such as this particular example.

Offered here is a 1967 Jaguar Series 1.5 example finished in brilliant red with a black leather interior. This car has been in the ownership of its most recent owner for the past five years and has been used as an exceptional driver and shows a meager 17,564 original and documented miles from new.

The vendor reports the car has never been restored and is believed to be 100% original with the exception of the paint and seats. The car is free of rust with the exception of some small bubbling near the front and rear wheel wells. The vendor reports that included in the sale of the Jaguar is the original owner’s manual, tool roll and jack stand and all previous service records are available for inspection.

Further additional features of this low mileage example include its triple SU carburetors with the original brass inspection tags, wire wheels with eared knockoffs and a sumptuous leather interior. In addition, this car has been certified by the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust and confirms the numbers shown on the car. Notably, this model has the mechanical refinements of the full synchro gearbox and the powerful 4.2 motor – as expected the car sounds amazing and runs like a rocket.


2009-03-15 00:42:54  |  pauls writes:

Car returns to RM auction 3/09
www.rmauctions.com/CarDetails.cfm

Auction description:
LOT: 147
Estimate:
$70,000-$90,000 US
Chassis No. 1E13572
AUCTION RESULTS: Lot was Not Sold at a high bid of $60,000


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