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 4.2 Jaguar E-Type 
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 2013 Black
 Nice Driver 
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Record Creation: Entered on 25 March 2013.


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2013-03-28 19:08:23 | XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Body Number was added: 4E22538
  • Engine Number was added: 7E3390-9
  • Gearbox Number was added: EJ44425
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    2013-03-23 17:39:57 | Lofty writes:

    Listed as sold for $40,000 on March 12, 2013 on E-Bay(251240101938) in Salem, Oregon.

    2013-03-27 22:58:24 | pauls writes:

    Ebay item 3/6/13
    cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/66-XKE-4-2-Coupe-Original-Daily-Driver-Restored-/ ...
    Current bid $27,655 reserve not met, 7 bids 6 days left in auction.

    Sellers description:
    1966 Jaguar XKE 4.2 Coupe
    If you're looking for a great investment on an original, great looking, mechanically excellent (though not concourse perfect) daily driver that turns heads at all car shows... you won't find a better car for the money. This car is the fastest XKE I've ever driven.

    I've spent over $45,000 (includes price of car), and two years restoring this car to cosmetic driver condition including (receipts supplied): The leather interior is new, the chrome is mostly new, the wire wheels and tires are new, the engine compartment and components are neatly detailed, polished, and the paint is a beautiful burgundy, close to original but prettier although not perfect. 85,000 miles.

    Restoring features include but not limited to:

    New leather interior and seats
    Rebuilt gauges
    New chrome
    New wire wheels
    New top
    Original jack, manuals, spare wire tire
    New tires
    Detail engine compartment and engine
    New brakes
    New brake master cylinder and lines
    Rebuild carburetors
    Rebuild wiper motor
    Rebuild tachometer
    Restore gas tank
    Some new rubber molding
    Replace all fluids
    New choke cable
    New grab handle
    Rebuild radiator
    Clean and adjust horns
    New upper and lower bushings
    New seat belts and kit
    New side mirrors
    New vacuum reservoir tank
    New servo booster
    Rebuilt head (non matching number)
    Paint sugar scoops
    New headlights
    Rebuild steering column and rewire
    Replace old wiring

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