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 1E15362 2 May 1967
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Record Creation: Entered on 19 May 2003.

 

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2017-01-16 18:32:17  |  XKE Data writes:

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  • Factory Paint Color was added: opalescent maroon
  • Factory Interior Color was added: black
  • Top Color was added: black
  • Original Distributor was added: Jaguar Cars, New York
  • Original Owner City was added: Sault Ste. Marie
  • Original Owner State was added: Michigan
  • Original Owner Country was added: United States
  • Car Condition was changed from Awaiting rest. to Rest: Nice
  • Current Color was changed from maroon to opalescent maroon
  • Last Seen was changed from 2003 to 2017
  • Factory Dispatch Year was added: 1967
  • Factory Dispatch Month was added: 05
  • Factory Dispatch Day was added: 02
  • Factory Build Year was added: 1967
  • Factory Build Month was added: 04
  • Factory Build Day was added: 13

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    2003-05-18 01:39:34  |  Lofty writes:

    Car being offered on EBay:

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    Vehicle Description
    You are bidding on a 1967 Jaguar XKE Roadster Series 1 1/2 Classic. This car has just been pulled out of storage after 20 years! It looks as if this is the original burgundy paint! The odometer shows 38,248 miles, which I believe to be correct (the title seems to verify this). This jaguar has not run in 5 years. The car needs total restoration, but it is a 'complete' project car!

    Vehicle Condition

    Vehicle ID Numbers follow:

    * Chassis: 1E15362
    * Engine: 7E13048-9
    * Body: 4E7194
    * Gear box: EJ14190

    Numbers Match.

    * Mileage: 38,248. I believe this to be correct.
    * Engine: Original. Turns freely, but not presently running. It ran 5 years ago.
    * Brakes: Probably needs rebuilt or bled.
    * Clutch: Needs bled or attention.
    * Body: It has the normal rust. Overall, it is fairly solid. The floors and rocker panels are somewhat solid, even though car is fairly solid there is some rust that needs attention.
    * Doors: Both doors shut good; No sagging. The bottom of each door is solid. Door spacing is good.
    * Bonnet: Nose of bonnet is in good shape. When the bonnet closes, it shuts and seals properly.
    * Paint: The car is burgundy. I believe that this is the original paint.
    * Interior: The seats are in good shape. Door panels, and floor mats are intact. All gauges and switches are included.
    * Chrome: All needs replating.
    * Rag Top: The top is usable but it has a tear.
    * Tires/Wires: Fair Shape.
    * Trunk: The trunk area is in good shape.

    This is an excellent car for restoration!


    2017-01-09 09:33:16  |  Pekka T. writes:

    To be auctioned at: The Scottsdale Auction
    19 Jan 2017, starting at 11:00 MST.
    Scottsdale, The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa

    www.bonhams.com/auctions/23945/lot/10/

    Auctioneer's description:

    1967 JAGUAR E-TYPE SERIES I 4.2 ROADSTER
    Chassis no. 1E15362
    Engine no. 7E13048-9


    4,235cc DOHC Inline 6-Cylinder Engine
    3 SU Carburetors
    265bhp at 5,400rpm
    4-Speed Manual Transmission
    4-Wheel Independent Suspension
    4-Wheel Disc Brakes

    *Exquisite restoration in the factory-delivered livery
    *Matching numbers example of the desirable 4.2 Series 1 E-Type
    *Directors Award recipient at the 2016 Santa Fe Concorso
    *Offered with Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate


    THE JAGUAR E-TYPE

    Jaguar would make a habit of shocking the automotive world. Sometimes the impact of its cars reached beyond the showrooms and exposition halls to rock popular culture, yet not even Jaguar's founder, Sir William Lyons, could have predicted the impact of the Jaguar E-Type.

    When introduced at the 1961 Geneva Salon, the new Jaguar stirred passions with its extremely sleek and timeless design backed by staggering performance. Constructed using methods derived from the D-Type sports racing car, the E-Type was a technical marvel. The light and rigid monocoque chassis used the engine itself as a structural part of the car, with the long and sleek bonnet hinged at the front. The headlights were beautifully recessed in the fenders, and covered with contoured Perspex for a free-flowing design and improved aerodynamics. The car featured 4-wheel independent suspension, disc brakes all-around and a 4-speed manual transmission. The proven XK power plant was carried over from the XK150, and made sure the lithe Jaguar would exceed the 150mph mark.

    Often called the most beautiful production car of all time, the E-Type remains an automotive icon of design, engineering and speed. With spare parts readily available, a number of marque clubs to join and many driving and concours events to attend, the E-Type is an excellent, widely admired collector car.


    THE MOTORCAR OFFERED

    On April 13th, 1967, this stunning Series I E-Type first roared to life in Jaguar's Coventry workshop. Fitted with the powerful 4.2-liter XK inline-six and fully synchronized transmission, this left-hand-drive, open two-seater was specified in maroon over a black leather interior with a matching black convertible top. On May 2nd of that same year, the E-Type Roadster began its voyage to the United States to be united with its first owner, a Mr. Everett Kendrick of Sault Ste. Marie, MI.

    This sporting E-Type Roadster is believed to have been relocated to the Carolinas shortly thereafter. It would remain in singular ownership for decades, prior to being stored away. The odometer reading of less that 39,000 miles is in fact believed to be the Jaguar's original mileage.

    More recently, this fine E-Type was restored to its original condition by renowned Charleston, South Carolina-based restorers, Amazing Grace Classic Cars. The comprehensive restoration included repainting the Jaguar to its factory-correct Opalescent Maroon paint and thoroughly sorting the mechanical systems, including a rebuild of the original engine, transmission, suspension and braking systems, and the installment of a new wiring harness. The interior was reupholstered in as-delivered black leather, and a new black soft top was fitted.

    After its extensive restoration, this E-Type Roadster made its debut at the exclusive 2016 Santa Fe Concorso, where it received a Directors Award before completing the 750-mile Santa Fe 500 Road Tour. With the undeniable good looks of the legendary Series I E-Type compounded by the restored condition and striking color, this particular E-Type is really a lovely example of the iconic sports car. The car retains its original, matching numbers engine block and cylinder head, and is neatly equipped with a period radio. Ready for further concours outings or high-speed rallies such as the Copperstate 1000, this beautifully restored E-Type is offered with a Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate.


    2017-01-22 15:19:26  |  capt rd writes:

    SOLD at Scottsdale Jan. 2017 -- $176,000


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