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 4.2 Jaguar E-Type 
 Fixed Head Coupe 
 Left Hand Drive 
 1965 Opalescent Silver Grey
 2014 Red
 Rest: Concours 
 Original Scottsdale
 5 Speed 
United StatesUnited States


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Record Creation: Entered on 22 November 2013.


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2014-01-02 05:26:22  |  XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Engine Number was changed from 7E2329-9 to 7E2328-9
  • Current Color was changed from warwick grey to opalescent silver grey
  • Current State was changed from Az to Arizona
  • Last Seen was changed from 2013 to 2014
  • Registration numbers (raw data): was added: PWN761|
  • Registration number location (raw data): was added: United States!AZ|


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    2014-01-01 13:29:34  |  pauls writes:

    Car to be at auction 1/14

    Auction description:
    Lot 52
    1965 Jaguar E-Type Series I 4.2-Litre Fixed Head Coupe
    To be auctioned on Thursday, January 16, 2014
    Without Reserve
    $120,000 - $150,000

    Chassis no. 1E30527
    Engine no. 7E2328-9
    Body no. 4E20738

    Bearing a newly completed concours-quality restoration, this E-Type Coupe evokes the image of the 1961 Coupe show car that was first seen at Geneva. This is an original Arizona-delivered example that had been stored for many years. At the onset of its restoration, it was rust-free and all of the sheet metal was in excellent condition. The bare shell was sandblasted, thoroughly prepped, and painted in opalescent silver grey. The interior has new red leather throughout.

    All mechanical elements were rebuilt, and the engine was reconditioned, with new pistons, and dynamically balanced by Scottsdale Auto Machine. Stainless steel headers have been fitted, and they feed a big-bore competition exhaust system. An aluminum radiator has been installed, with a 16-inch electric fan, forestalling any possibility of overheating in warm climates. The braking system has been fully rebuilt, with four-piston front calipers and all-new hard and soft parts. New wiring and new glass have been fitted throughout, including the hard-to-find rear quarters and hatch. In the interests of comfortable touring, a five-speed Tremec gearbox with a 0.65:1 fifth gear was installed. The differential was rebuilt with tall 3.31 gears for the same reason.

    The fit and finish are magnificent throughout, and exceptional attention to detail has been paid. All brightwork has been triple chrome plated, and the aluminum trim has been polished to show quality. The car rides on six-inch chrome wire wheels with 205/70 Michelin radials, ensuring that all power is transmitted to the pavement.

    This car is unarguably among the best of all Series I Coupes on the market today, and it comes with a British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certificate to attest for its manufacturing history and matching-numbers status. Were Jaguar to build an E-Type today that was designed for modern touring, it would no doubt be just like this.

    2014-07-31 16:34:46  |  pauls writes:

    Lot 52 Sold for $187,000

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