|4.2 Jaguar E-Type|
|Fixed Head Coupe|
|Left Hand Drive|
|Work In Progress|
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Record Creation: Entered on 17 January 2011.
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2014-10-15 13:20:49 | Thomas D. Jones writes:
Car purchased to be restored. Currently disassembled and in storage. Will be brought back to original color of Opalescent Green.
Pending heritage certificate. Application submitted.
2015-08-10 11:36:14 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 9/101/5
Current bid US $1,000 reserve not met 1 bid 6 days left in auction. 58k miles.
1966 Jaguar E-Type Coupe. (XKE) This is a project car and has been dismantled for restoration. I took the car instead of cash for assisting in the sale of several other cars when a friend passed away. I am in the middle of restoring an additional XKE and will not be able to complete this project as originally planned. This is a wonderful starting point and has the potential of becoming a prime example of the marque. This particular car has the negative ground and alternator of the 4.2 series and is in great condition. There are a large quantity of records that will accompany the car and shows a rebuild in 1993. The records also show other work that was done at the same time. As mentioned above, the car is pretty much rust free, except below the battery area. I have not removed any paint in the area, but feel confident that a small patch at the bottom is all that is required. All of the drivetrain appears to be in good condition and just needs clean up and refurbishing of any worn components like ball joints and brake calipers/pads. The front suspension looks to be in good condition as well and after a thorough cleaning could go back on the car. All rubber on the car needs to be replaced. The car is on a dolly in front, but rolls easily. The front "picture frame" is mounted backwards intentionally to keep from bending the cooling fan bracket. There are six wire wheels and tires that go with the car and all are serviceable.
Again, this is a project car and while I mentioned that the gas tack and door hardware is missing, there may be other items I have missed.