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1E31464

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Record Creation: Entered on 4 September 2003.

 

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2003-09-03 21:47:54  |  Lofty writes:

Listed for sale 9/3/03 at:
www.santiagosc.com/1967%20Jaguar%20E%20type%20Coupe.htm
Sellers comment:
Early E Type Series I coupe. 4.2 liter engine. 4 speed. Great driver example of the rare series I coupes. Chrome wire wheels, newer leather interior. Very good codition througout. Older paint, but looks good from a few feet away. $ 17,500


2012-03-05 15:14:56  |  Brad writes:

Hi,

Can hyou tell me the color of the interior trim used for 31464? Thanks!

Brad C. Owner 1E31061.


2012-03-10 11:43:36  |  pauls writes:

It looks like it could be Cinnamon, a valid trim but no way to tell without the Heritage Certificate.


2012-03-11 07:18:11  |  Pekka T. writes:

Hi, originally in 1965, 1966 and until late 1967 a "Pale Primrose" yellow E-type was only available with either a "Black" or a "Beige" interior, so my guess is that this one has been beige, but possibly someone restored it using the "Tan" metaphor and ended up with a "Cinnamon" interior.
www.jag-lovers.org/snaps/snap_view.php3

Although the later "Beige" (1964 onwards) does appear darker than the early "Beige" (1961-1964) but "Cinnamon" became avalable in 1968.

www.jag-lovers.org/snaps/snap_view.php3

"Tan" as you can see in some examples in here, was indeed a saturated very deep Brown, almost orange in bright light, and "LIght Tan" was the same interior (AFAIK) with slightly lighter tone for the leather (but the same vinyl).


Cheers,
Pekka T.


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