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1E30534

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2010-08-01 07:45:11  |  pauls writes:

Ebay item 8/1/10
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-1967-Jaguar-Series-1-E-Type-FHC-Stunning-X ...
Current bid $8,100 reserve not met, 6 bids 6 days left in auction. 108k miles.

Sellers description:
Beautiful, numbers matching, original 1967 Jaguar XKE Series 1 Coupe with its gorgeous glass covered headlights and small “mouth” opening. As I am sure most are already aware, this is one of the very desirable late series 1 Jag Coupes with a 6 cylinder 4.2 Liter engine, triple SU carburetion, fully synchronized 4 speed manual gearbox, and many other significant factory upgrades over the earlier Series 1 cars.

This brilliant Jaguar is finished in its correct factory Carmen Red (JAG-303) over Black, that in my opinion is the best and the only appropriate color combination for such an aggressively styled series 1 coupe. The paint is exceptional and without flaw. Its deep finish is spectacular. All rubber on the car is new. The interior is very original and in great condition. The seats are in excellent shape, showing only the slightest patina that only adds to the Jags overall beauty and charm. The headliner was recently replaced and is perfect. While the carpets are original, they are still very presentable, but could be addressed based on the opinion of the next owner.

The mechanicals are very strong. This is a matching numbers engine (engine # 7E2394-9) and gearbox (# EJ1505). The 4.2L engine pulls powerfully through each of its 4 gears without hesitation or smoke. The ride is comfortable and the suspension feels tight. I would of course encourage a professional mechanical inspection of the vehicle prior to purchase, which I am happy to help facilitate with any interested party. I acquired this wonderful series 1 Jag from a very wealthy estate, whose previous owner had a wide assortment of unbelievably classic and rare British sport cars, all of which went up for auction. Once I took possession of the car in Santa Barbara, CA I had my Jaguar mechanic and longstanding Pebble Beach Concours judge inspect the vehicle and due a service and tune up. I have been driving the car for the last 6 months on sunny weekend afternoons without a problem to report. It is a fantastic automobile.


2010-08-08 21:08:00  |  Anonymous writes:

1E30534 is titled as a 1967????


2010-08-15 19:57:58  |  Anonymous writes:

This one must have hung around the dealer a few years; the number looks like an early '65.


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