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Record Creation: Entered on 24 May 2013.

 

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2013-05-28 14:24:12  |  XKE Data writes:

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  • Last Seen was changed from 1990 to 2013

  • 2014-06-28 14:53:12  |  XKE Data writes:

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  • Current City was changed from Las Vegas to Claremont
  • Current State was changed from Nevada to California
  • Last Seen was changed from 2013 to 2014

  • 2014-12-22 04:21:48  |  XKE Data writes:

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  • Current City was changed from Claremont to Eeklo
  • Current State was changed from California to Oost-Vlaanderen
  • Current Country was changed from United States to Belgium

  • 2016-12-28 09:14:47  |  XKE Data writes:

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    2013-05-23 22:17:41  |  David writes:

    2nd. owner had it in storage since 1990 in a warehouse in Las Vegas.. after his passing i bought it at an estate auction...


    2013-05-28 10:07:06  |  pauls writes:

    Ebay item 5/28/13
    cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1967-JAGUAR-E-TYPE-SERIES-1-Numbers-Matching-Open-Headli ...
    Opening bid $10,000, no reserve, no bids 5 days left in auction.

    Sellers description:
    I would like to start by saying what a rare and solid example this car is.. with only 2644 2+2 models made between 66-67 and even fewer being open headlight models that make her one rare cat..

    she is a 2 owner car and this is her story as told to me by the owners son..his dad bought the car in 1990 and spent 2 years and a good deal of money having her motor, transmission, cooling system, and fuel system all restored by a local jaguar restoration shop and by this time she was in need of a paint job so he decided to change her to white to help keep her cool on those hot summer days..by the time he registered her in 1992 she had 77236 original miles on her.. he told me that it was his dads pride and joy and he only took her out on weekends.. then his dad had a bad stroke in 1993 leaving him unable to drive his beloved Jag.. And he didnt want to sell it because he thought he might get well enough to drive it again.. he never did and the car sat for 21 years till his death in October, 2012..

    i bought the car with the intention of doing a nut and bolt restoration on her, but just 2 days ago found the car of my dreams a 1968 Shelby gt 500.. and i don't have the time, space, money, to do 2 nut and bolt resto's and mamma says you can only have one so the kitty cats gotts go...After i picked up the Jag i put her on blocks and removed the spinners and wheels to give me more room to get around and under her.. from what i can tell the man was telling me the truth.. the motor looks to be a fresh rebuild as does the transmission and the new fuel tank in the trunk supports his claim.. so with that in mind i decided to try something out.i pulled the plugs which were like new and turned the motor over by hand and that got me thinking..i did an over all inspection after filling the radiator i noticed water coming out of the 2 little hoses from the firewall to the heater so i replaced it and it held water, i checked the oil which looked new and was full, so moved on to the transmission and it was full and clean, so on to the fuel system and cleaned the glass fuel filter and blew out the line from the trunk forward,,decided to put in a couple gallons of fuel and battery and when i turned the key i heard the pump pumping but i didnt get any fuel to the filter ( probly cloged at a fitting).. so for the sake of my test i grabed my electric pump hooked it up to the fuel line in the trunk and the other end in a gas can and turned the key again and the glass filter up front filled up with fuel... so i pumped the pedal a couple times and hit the start button.. and about fell out of the car when she fired up.. i let her run for about 30 seconds and then mamma noticed fuel coming from the su carbs overflow hoses.. i knew it would need alittle work to get her running but never thought she would fire up that easy on the first try..

    She is not perfect she has a couple dents and dings not bad for her years she needs some interior attention and a paint job, a set of tires and some general maintenance to be road worthy and she would make a nice daily cruiser..but she is solid and the power train is all original and matching numbers and with such low production numbers she is a great candidate for a complete nut and bolt resto....

    here are her numbers....CHASSIS# 1E 77436 BODY# 4E 53333 ENGINE# 7E 53359-9 GEAR BOX# EJS 13940


    2013-06-04 08:36:08  |  pauls writes:

    Car returns to ebay 6/4/13
    cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1967-JAGUAR-E-TYPE-SERIES-1-Numbers-Matching-Open-Headli ...
    Current bid $5,000 reserve not met, 1 bid 6 days left in auction.

    Previous auction ended at $10,200 after 2 bids.


    2013-06-07 19:54:27  |  Dave writes:

    1967 JAGUAR E-TYPE 4.2 Series 1 Open Headlight 2+2
    ON E-BAY RIGHT NOW.....
    I would like to start by saying what a rare and solid example this car is.. with only 2644 2+2 models made between 66-67 and even fewer being open headlight models that make her one rare cat..

    she is a 2 owner car and this is her story as told to me by the owners son..his dad bought the car in 1990 and spent 2 years and a good deal of money having her motor, transmission, cooling system, and fuel system all restored by a local jaguar restoration shop and by this time she was in need of a paint job so he decided to change her to white to help keep her cool on those hot summer days..by the time he registered her in 1992 she had 77236 original miles on her.. he told me that it was his dads pride and joy and he only took her out on weekends.. then his dad had a bad stroke in 1993 leaving him unable to drive his beloved Jag.. And he didnt want to sell it because he thought he might get well enough to drive it again.. he never did and the car sat for 21 years till his death in October, 2012..

    i bought the car with the intention of doing a nut and bolt restoration on her, but just 2 days ago found the car of my dreams a 1968 Shelby gt 500.. and i don't have the time, space, money, to do 2 nut and bolt resto's and mamma says you can only have one so the kitty cats gotts go...After i picked up the Jag i put her on blocks and removed the spinners and wheels to give me more room to get around and under her.. from what i can tell the man was telling me the truth.. the motor looks to be a fresh rebuild as does the transmission and the new fuel tank in the trunk supports his claim.. so with that in mind i decided to try something out.i pulled the plugs which were like new and turned the motor over by hand and that got me thinking..i did an over all inspection after filling the radiator i noticed water coming out of the 2 little hoses from the firewall to the heater so i replaced it and it held water, i checked the oil which looked new and was full, so moved on to the transmission and it was full and clean, so on to the fuel system and cleaned the glass fuel filter and blew out the line from the trunk forward,,decided to put in a couple gallons of fuel and battery and when i turned the key i heard the pump pumping but i didnt get any fuel to the filter ( probly cloged at a fitting).. so for the sake of my test i grabed my electric pump hooked it up to the fuel line in the trunk and the other end in a gas can and turned the key again and the glass filter up front filled up with fuel... so i pumped the pedal a couple times and hit the start button.. and about fell out of the car when she fired up.. i let her run for about 30 seconds and then mamma noticed fuel coming from the su carbs overflow hoses.. i knew it would need alittle work to get her running but never thought she would fire up that easy on the first try..

    She is not perfect she has a couple dents and dings not bad for her years she needs some interior attention and a paint job, a set of tires and some general maintenance to be road worthy and she would make a nice daily cruiser..but she is solid and the power train is all original and matching numbers and with such low production numbers she is a great candidate for a complete nut and bolt resto....

    here are her numbers....CHASSIS# 1E 77436 BODY# 4E 53333 ENGINE# 7E 53359-9 GEAR BOX# EJS 13940

    ANY QUESTIONS..CALL DAVE...702-645-1676


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    On May-24-13 at 13:58:12 PDT, seller added the following information
    this is a rare car it was even ordered radio delete..it still has the original radio block off plate and the 2 covers where the speakers would go in the back and the 2 grill covers where the 2 speakers would go up front...and there is no antena hole in the rear quarter where it would be..





    Less widely known, right at the end of Series 1 production and prior to the transitional "Series 1½" referred to below, a very small number of Series 1 cars were produced with open headlights.[11] Production dates on these machines vary but in right hand drive form production has been verified as late as March 1968.[12] The low number of these cars produced make them amongst the rarest of all production E Types.


    2014-06-27 07:59:26  |  pauls writes:

    Car returns to ebay 6/27/14
    www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-SERIES-ONE-4-2-1967-JAGUAR-E-TYPE-4-2-SERIES-ONE- ...
    Car has a buy it now price of $21,500 for 20 days. 77k miles.

    Sellers description:
    1967 JAGUAR E-TYPE XKE SERIES ONE 4.2 LITER 2+2 COUPE. 4-SPEED. WIRE WHEELS. ORIG OPALESCENT SILVER GRAY WITH BLACK TRIM.

    Up for sale, here on Ebay from KURT TANNER RESTORATIONS, is a 1967 Jaguar E-type 2+2 Coupe. This car is a full numbers-matching example, with a 4-speed and wire wheels. It left the factory in the very attractive color scheme of Opalescent Silver Gray with Black leather trim. It is a very complete car with nothing missing. It was painted only once during it's lifetime in it's current white color, which has now been sanded down a bit. The interior trim is highly original including what's left of the seats, carpets, headliner, panel kit, etc.
    The car has the original, believed rebuilt engine that was completed as the first step to the previous owner's restoration efforts. The car has clean oil, full up to the mark. There are plenty of new gaskets fitted. The engine overall is very clean and tidy, and appears to have new core plugs and a painted block and head. After a battery and fuel, It was started up and running for about a few minutes with no noises and a very healthy tick over. It turns over on the starter with very nice, even compression. After some brake work and a cleaning of the fuel system, it may even drive well. There is a small leak in the front timing cover needing repair. The water pump is currently removed, and a new water pump is supplied. There is a newer exhaust system fitted to the car. The current recorded mileage reads around 77,000 which could very well be correct.
    Overall the body of the car is extremely solid. There are a few, very minor rust "cracks", about 2 inches long, around the lower front rockers and one around the LH wheelarch. The floors are perfectly solid, as well as the trunk and underside. The bonnet has been bumped in the nose and repaired once, but lines up very nicely along the bulkhead with good fit. The driver side door hinge has some wear. All of the body panels are original to the car. There is the occasional dent here and there.
    This fairly desirable Series One, 4.2 Liter 2+2 E-type has matching numbers with a 4-speed gearbox with triple carbs, toggle switches, and the open headlights. This was a feature on the late '67 produced cars. This car offers excellent value when compared to the two-seater Coupe model from the same year. It's approximately half the price. It is a very good, original car for straightforward restoration. It's original color scheme is very desirable, and offers the bonus of a rebuilt engine. A very good and economical opportunity to secure a good Jaguar E-type Series One example. This car is located in Southern California and can be viewed by appointment. It is sold with a clear and current CA title. $21,500.


    2014-07-20 07:03:35  |  pauls writes:

    Car returns to ebay 7/20/14
    www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-SERIES-ONE-4-2-1967-JAGUAR-E-TYPE-4-2-SERIES-ONE- ...
    Car has a buy it now price of $19,950 for 20 days.

    Previous listing received no offers.


    2014-09-16 08:14:02  |  pauls writes:

    Car returns to ebay 9/16/14
    www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-SERIES-ONE-4-2-1967-jaguar-e-type-4-2-series-one- ...
    Current bid US $1,967 reserve not met 1 bid 6 days left in auction.

    Previous listing received no offers.


    2014-12-20 16:22:53  |  Hendrik writes:

    The car is now in Belgium waiting for a complete restauration.


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