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 1R25711 22 December 1969
  United States
 1969 Willow Green
 2024 Black
 Rest: Nice 
United KingdomUnited Kingdom

United KingdomUBD384G

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Record Creation: Entered on 26 January 2024.


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2015-11-24 21:07:24 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 12/15:

Auction description:
Lot 378N
1969 Jaguar E-Type 4.2-Litre 'Series 2' Coupé Project
Registration no. not UK registered Chassis no. 1R25711 Engine no. 7R3219-9
£12,000 - 16,000
US$ 18,000 - 24,000
Auction 22705:
The December Sale
Collector's Motor Cars, Motorcycles and Automobilia
10 Dec 2015 14:00 GMT
Hendon, RAF Museum
1969 Jaguar E-Type 4.2-Litre 'Series 2' Coupé Project
Registration no. not UK registered
Chassis no. 1R25711
Engine no. 7R3219-9

This left-hand drive Series 2 E-Type Coupé was delivered in the USA via Irv Pollock in Toledo, Ohio and sold new on 22nd December 1969 to one James Noble in the same city. In November 1972 Mr Noble sold the Jaguar to Paul R Dukes Sr of the Ohio Citizens' Trust (presumably a dealer) who sold it that same month to the third keeper, Stephen E Schilt of Toledo. Mr Schilt kept the E-Type until earlier this year when it was purchased by the current vendor and imported into the UK. Mr Schilt had used the car up to approximately 1995 before laying it up in his garage, from whence it would occasionally emerge to be driven around the block. Apparently original and un-restored, it requires new sills, floor pans and wheelarch repairs. A change in the vendor's personal circumstances has prevented him from carrying out the planned restoration, and so this most worthwhile project is now offered for sale. Sold strictly was viewed, the car comes with an Ohio title, owner's manual, service record, dealers list, warranty card, maintenance chart and numerous bills.

2024-01-26 19:01:31 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 3/24 ...

Auction description:

Ascot Racecourse March 2nd 2024

1969 Jaguar E-Type Series II ‘Semi lightweight homage’

Registration UBD 384G Chassis Number 1R25711 Engine Number 7R3219-9 Odometer reading 71,384 miles Estimate £60,000 - £70,000 Print details Send this to a friend Contact us

Bespoke one-off build sheet

Three-year project finished to incredible standard

4.2 litre rebuilt engine with triple Webber carburettors

A culmination of a lifetimes experience and three years of painstaking attention to detail has resulted in what can be described as a true breathtaking one off example of the Series II E-Type, what can be referred to as loosely an homage to the Semi lightweight E-Type of the 60’s this however in the vendors own terms was never intended to hold a likeness to any one car in particular but his own take on the perfect stance E-Type coupé. The result is part Eagle, Part Semi lightweight or low drag with widened arches and a race feel chrome bumper less example boasting a full roll cage and aluminium door cards that lean this towards track but could equally be softened with some carpeting and sound deadening to fast road.

The original donor car was supplied to New York State in 1969 detailed in the British Heritage certificate and repatriated in 2015 back to the UK from the Beverley Hills Car club as found in a copy of the certificate of title alongside much of the original paperwork, which is still found in the history file. Our vendor, a skilled retired panel beater, purchased the car prior to the pandemic and the break in the worlds day to day jobs enabled him to take on and complete the project. Every panel has had some attention even if only to see the glass like new paint but features specifically such as the widened arches and deeper front set this apart from any regular restoration. The original, 4.2 litre engine having been rebuilt is largely standard but for triple Webber carburettors, alloy finned radiator, a one-off alloy header tank and braided hoses much supplied by RS Panels including bespoke LWE mud shields and stone guards. The wheels are 7” Magnesium peg wheels to the front 8” to the rear and hide larger 11 ¼ front discs so this stops as well as it goes and just encase coupled to the roll cage the car boasts Tillet Carbon GRP seats and TRS four-point harness.

Supplied with a good history file with countless invoices from the build, coupled with its original book pack, Heritage certificate and UK V5 registration certificate. This example is light, fast and beautiful, one could say in its current state it is a piece of art and almost a shame to drive it in anger…but boy would we like to! Consignor Mathew Priddy

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