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PB687B

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Record Creation: Entered on 14 June 2016.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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2015-01-14 05:19:26  |  XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Body Number was added: 4E6116
  • Engine Number was added: 7E11945-9
  • Gearbox Number was added: EJ12741
  • Factory Paint Color was added: black
  • Factory Interior Color was added: black
  • Factory Top Color was added: black
  • Top Color was added: black
  • Original Distributor was added: Jaguar Cars, New York
  • Original Owner City was added: Ft. Worth
  • Original Owner State was added: Texas
  • Original Owner Country was added: United States
  • Current City was added: Weston
  • Current State was added: Florida
  • Last Seen was changed from 2014 to 2015
  • Factory Dispatch Year was added: 1967
  • Factory Dispatch Month was added: 02
  • Factory Dispatch Day was added: 14
  • Factory Build Year was added: 1967
  • Factory Build Month was added: 01
  • Factory Build Day was added: 12
  • Registration numbers (raw data): was added: PB687B|
  • Registration number location (raw data): was added: United States!FL|

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    2014-11-10 10:01:36  |  pauls writes:

    Car was at auction 8/14
    www.mecum.com/lot-detail.cfm

    Auction description:
    Year 1967
    Make Jaguar
    Model Series 1 E-Type
    Body Roadster
    Color Black
    Interior Black
    VIN/SERIAL 1E14561
    ESTIMATE: $250,000 - $275,000

    This wonderful 1967 Series 1 E-Type Open Two Seater, one of the most original of its kind and certainly one of the most attractive.

    Discovered recently by the Craig Brody Collection in Clearwater, Florida, the car was originally specially ordered by Mr. Reginald Dean of Fort Worth, Texas, who records show first had it serviced at Dallas Jaguar dealer Snuffy Smith Motor Company on November 7, 1967 at 1,734 miles. It was then sold to Mr. Michael Howerter from North Florida, who owned it until its purchase by its third and long-time owner, Mr. Ronald Mueller of Clearwater, Florida on November 11, 1982. Then showing just 17,770 miles, the car had apparently been the object of Mr. Mueller's desire for several years and he did not balk at the asking price of $18,500, a goodly sum in 1982 (the cancelled check is included in the car's extensive documentation). Although the Jaguar's snug cockpit was not the ideal scale to accommodate Mr. Mueller's six-foot-eight frame and he barely drove it more than 500 miles, he enjoyed owning the car, keeping it safely stored and regularly maintained in his vast collection of more than 30 cars before finally bidding it farewell after 32 years.

    Now showing just 18,700 miles, the car still sports its original Black paint and original Black leather interior; the Black soft top was replaced by Mr. Mueller in 1985, and the original tires were replaced with new Michelin X radials on its original chromed wire wheels. The car is otherwise completely original, including its matching-numbers 4.2L inline six cylinder with triple Solex carburetion and 4-speed manual gearbox. It also comes complete with its full tool roll and hammer, the original owner's manual and other original paperwork.

    Original examples of the late-production Series 1 of this quality are extremely rare. Craig Brody's research and subsequent acquisition of a Jaguar Heritage Certificate confirms that the car retains the original chassis, body panels and drivetrain, and has had no rust or repairs. Information from the Jaguar Club of North America and its Judging Guide indicates that this is the eighth-last Series 1 produced with the desirable covered headlights. This outstanding XKE ranks as a reference-grade example of the quintessential Series 1 E-Type and a first-rate candidate for any great sports car collection.
    HIGHLIGHTS

    - One of the most original E-Type Roadster to come to auction in years
    - Original Black paintwork and complete Black leather interior
    - Three owners from new, the last owner for 32 year, fully documented
    - 18,700 original miles from new documented by its last owner
    - The 8th from last Series 1 with covered headlights produced with JCNA documents
    - Copy of last owners check for $18,500 when purchased 11/11/82
    - Matching numbers motor and transmission, all original as when delivered
    - Freshly sorted for rallies or tours
    - Original tool roll, wheel hammer, owners manual and service manual
    - Original 1st 1,000 mile service from Snuffy Smith Motor Co. of Dallas
    - Factory Jaguar Heritage Certificate documenting it as original


    2015-11-18 22:01:42  |  pauls writes:

    Car now offered at:
    www.hemmings.com/classifieds/dealer/jaguar/e-type/1684984.html

    Sellers description:
    Location: Weston, Florida 33327
    VIN #: 1E14561
    Mileage: 18900
    Trans: Manual
    Condition: Excellent
    Exterior: Black
    Interior: Black Leather

    Wonderful 1967 Series 1 E-Type Open Two Seater, one of the most original of its kind and certainly one of the most attractive. Discovered recently by the Craig Brody Collection in Clearwater, Florida, the car was originally specially ordered by Mr. Reginald Dean of Fort Worth, Texas, who records show first had it serviced at Dallas Jaguar dealer Snuffy Smith Motor Company on November 7, 1967 at 1,734 miles. It was then sold to Mr. Michael Howerter from North Florida, who owned it until its purchase by its third and long-time owner, Mr. Ronald Mueller of Clearwater, Florida on November 11, 1982. Then showing just 17,770 miles, the car had apparently been the object of Mr. Mueller's desire for several years and he did not balk at the asking price of $18,500, a goodly sum in 1982 (the cancelled check is included in the car's extensive documentation). Although the Jaguar's snug cockpit was not the ideal scale to accommodate Mr. Mueller's six-foot-eight frame and he barely drove it more than 500 miles, he enjoyed owning the car, keeping it safely stored and regularly maintained in his vast collection of more than 30 cars before finally bidding it farewell after 32 years. Now showing just 18,700 miles, the car still sports its original Black paint and original Black leather interior; the Black soft top was replaced by Mr. Mueller in 1985, and the original tires were replaced with new Michelin X radials on its original chromed wire wheels. The car is otherwise completely original, including its matching-numbers 4.2L inline six cylinder with triple Solex carburetion and 4-speed manual gearbox. It also comes complete with the original owner's manual and other original paperwork. Original examples of the late-production Series 1 of this quality are extremely rare. Craig Brody's research and subsequent acquisition of a Jaguar Heritage Certificate confirms that the car retains the original chassis, body panels and drivetrain, and has had no rust or repairs. Information from the Jaguar Club of North America and its Judging Guide indicates that this is the eighth-last Series 1 produced with the desirable covered headlights. This outstanding XKE ranks as a reference-grade example of the quintessential Series 1 E-Type and a first-rate candidate for any great sports car collection.


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