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United StatesA15938

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Record Creation: Entered on 30 October 2005.


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2013-06-25 13:04:43  |  XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Factory Paint Color was added: golden sand
  • Car Condition was added: Nice driver
  • Current Color was added: opalescent dark blue
  • Current Interior was added: cinnamon
  • Last Seen was added: 2013
  • Registration numbers (raw data): was added: A15938|
  • Registration number location (raw data): was added: United States!TN|


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    2013-06-25 06:41:31  |  pauls writes:

    Ebay item 6/25/13
    cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-type-coupe-dark-blue-good-condition-/1811643843 ...
    Current bid $20,100 reserve not met, 9 bids 6 days left in auction, buy it now price $35,000.

    Sellers description:
    This car, 1E32807, is a pretty-day driver. I have owned this car since October 1982. I bought it from a lifelong friend. I was also acquainted with the owner before my friend and I think he bought it used. I am probably the fourth owner.

    Car was taken out of service in 2001 - 2003 for engine rebuild, new components and better quality painting. Car has never been wet in my ownership and previous owner also garaged the car. The owner before that used it at least some for daily transportation. All three owners had the car in the Memphis, Tennessee area.

    Current mileage of 54,495 is original. A photo I have from Fall 1986 shows 53,467 miles. Only 1028 miles in last 27 years.

    Major Components Purchased since 2000:
    · Exhaust system (May 2000) Welsh Jaguar
    · Upper and lower front ball joints (June 2000) Welsh Jaguar
    · Rear brake wheel cylinders -rebuilt (July 2000) Welsh Jaguar
    · Rear rotors (April 2001) Welsh Jaguar
    · Brake servo (July 2001) Welsh Jaguar
    · Koni front shocks and wheel bearings (December 2001) Terry's Jaguar
    · "Super reliability" engine rebuild: Re-chrome crankshaft to standard; forged pistons; high capacity oil pump; Kevlar clutch and lightened flywheel (December 2001) PAECO
    · Transmission rebuild (PAECO)
    · Team CJ braided oil lines supplying camshafts (February 2002) Classic Jaguar
    · Brake master cylinder (February 2002) SNG Barrett
    · Clutch master cylinder (February 2002) SNG Barrett
    · Clutch slave cylinder (March 2003) Terry's Jaguar
    · Rob Beere adjustable torsion bar reaction plate (March 2003) Classic Jaguar
    · Aluminum billet crankshaft and water pump pulleys (March 2003) Classic Jaguar
    · Dayton 6" tubeless wire wheels -chrome hub and rim with stainless steel spokes (Classic Jaguar)
    · High capacity aluminum radiator with electric fan (Classic Jaguar)
    · Mallory Unilite Distributor with Electronic ignition (Classic Jaguar)
    · Spin on oil filter (March 2003) Classic Jaguar
    · Front brake calipers (April 2003) Welsh Jaguar
    · Water pump (April 2003) Terry's Jaguar
    · Gear reduction starter - Classic Jaguar
    · Porcelain exhaust manifold (May 2003) Welsh Jaguar
    · Brake and clutch reservoirs (January 2004) Welsh Jaguar
    · Eared spinners (May 2005) Terry's Jaguar
    · Opalescent dark blue paint (June 2005) A. S. Martin Body Shop, Memphis
    · Three point seal belts with Leaper (June 2005) SNG Barrett
    · Rebuild carburetors (June 2005) Apple Hydraulics
    · LED tail / turn signal lights (December 2010) Classic Auto LEDs (can be un-done)
    · A water-resistant car custom car cover is included.

    Components that have changed, are missing, or not installed :

    Car color is not original (was re-painted in Opalescent dark blue - original color was Opalescent golden sand)

    Engine head is not original

    Heater core is blanked off from the engine but this is reversible. A heater in an E-Type is redundant.

    There is no spare tire, jack or tool kit. A spare tire would have to be on a 5 ½ inch wheel.

    There is no windscreen washer bottle

    The fuel pump failed some time ago. I ordered a new S.U. pump but in the meantime got an electric fuel pump from a local auto parts store and installed it. Never bothered to switch it out (still have new S. U. pump).

    The rubber door trim after painting seems to prevent complete closing of doors. I never bothered to get it sorted out.

    The sun visors are not in the car (but exist).

    The rear window latches are not installed (but exist).

    The driver's side windscreen has a wiper scratch.

    Venturi pipes and foam air cleaners are installed but original air cleaner components exist.

    During sanding prior to re-paint, prior damage to right front bonnet was noted by presence of body filler. Also there is a braze on the sub-fame in this area.

    Original radiator was discarded - shop couldn't get good flow after rodding.

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