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1E31442

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2017-12-30 14:18:37  |  pauls writes:

Car offered at:
classicshowcase.com/index.php/inventory/detail/501

Sellers description;
1966 Jaguar-XKE Series 1 4.2 FHC
Stock: J66-442
Current condition:SHOW-DRIVER
Performance: 4.2 Liter 6 Cylinder 265hp engine with 3 SU Carburetors
Transmission: 4 speed
Suspension: Independent Front and Rear
Color exterior: British Racing Green
Color interior: Tan
Features: Period-Correct AM-FM Stereo
Mileage: 100 test miles
Wheels: Chrome Wire Wheels
Tires: 185/15
Brakes: Front and Rear Disc Brakes
Vin #: 1E31442
Engine #: 7E5073-9
Gearbox #: EJ3982
Other 1: Body Number: 4E22323

This Series 1 E-Type Coupe has just completed a comprehensive Show/Driver rotisserie restoration to very high standards. While the car can be shown, or driven as desired, the Coupe's restoration was focused on show competition, and as such, stands as an excellent candidate for competitive showing. During the XKE's restoration process, it was fully disassembled and photo documented; the car was then taken to bare metal, metal worked on a rotisserie, then finished and repainted in British Racing Green. All mechanical systems were gone through and rebuilt to specification, and all brite work has been re-plated to show quality. The XKE has received a newly trimmed Tan interior, custom-fit and installed, along with leather trimmed seats, its original wooden steering wheel, fully restored, along with a complimenting fully functional, period-correct AM-FM radio. All mechanical components were gone through including the electrical, cooling, fuel, and the hydraulic systems, with each brought back to their respective factory specifications. The engine, transmission, and rear end have been completely rebuilt, along with the carburetors, starter, and alternator. The Coupe's radiator and epoxy-sealed gas tank were fully restored as well, along with the addition of a new stainless steel exhaust system. With such coveted Series 1-specific features such as covered headlights, triple SU carbs, toggle switches, and comfortable seats, this example is a part of the generation of XKEs known to be one of the most classic and drive-able of all early E-Types.


2018-01-04 15:28:40  |  Anonymous writes:

Nice car
Do have a question for you.....your body numbers do not match the year of the car
It looks like you got a either late 1964 or early 1965 built car.....

Check your numbers or get a Jaguar Heritage Certificate for authenticity, when you go sell the car the question will arise as to the correct year of the car.....

Also if your windshield wiper motor not been changed you can check the year the
wiper was made ( it is stamped on the aluminum wiper body ) and add another year to it, that would be the year of your car. It took
about a year after the wiper went from the manufacturer to the Jaguar factory shelf and then eventually to the car....l've got an early1966 E and the numbers are much
higher than yours....my E was purchased from the original owner and have all the documents papers that came with it right down to the spedometer stamped number.
Dinos


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