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1R26652

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2007-08-29 08:21:49  |  pauls writes:

Ebay item 6/29/07
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-1969-Jaguar-E-type-XKE_W0QQitemZ3301590630 ...
Current bid $20,100 reserve not met, 13 bids. 4 days left in auction. 83k miles.

Sellers description:
Paint: The metallic green looks fantastic on the body. It is not an original color for the series II, but makes up for it in a visually pleasing presence.

Motor and Transmission: Triple carbs on a series II. Lots of money spent to put triples on this car! Sounds great, pulls hard. Transmission shifts as it should, no noises or issues.

Interior: This appears to be the original interior. It very nice condition, looks great, the leather is supple and comfortable.

Tires and Wheels: NEW Dayton wire wheels. New tires with nearly full tread left.

The rear section is in very good condition.

Clean and Tidy

Full Stainless Exhaust

Expensive Spax Shocks all around.

Excellent Rockers

Looks good and runs out beautifully

Triple carbs! Big dollars to make this happen on a Series II

Current radio is from later model Jaguar. No modifications.

Small chrome strip missing from driver door.

Some scuffs on threshold, however rest of interior is in very nice condition.

Original Dash in very nice shape. Not sun faded.

Carpets are in great shape. We believe these have been replaced.

Perfect original headliner


2016-10-26 15:04:09  |  capt RD writes:

At Auction on Bring a Trailer selling 11 / 2 / 2016

non original engine

non original color

bringatrailer.com/listing/1969-jaguar-e-type-2/


2016-11-03 23:18:05  |  pauls writes:

Auction description:
Lot #2495 Sold On 11/2/16 For $46,150
Location: Augusta, Georgia
Chassis: 1R26652
Engine: 7R-2771-9
86,902 Miles
Non-Original 4.2L Inline-Six
4-Speed Manual Gearbox
Triple SU Carburetor Setup
Repaint in 2-Stage Urethane/Clear
New Radiator with Electric Fans
SPAX Shocks
Private Party or Dealer: Dealer

This 1969 Jaguar XKE Series II Fixed Head Coupe shows a believed-accurate 87k miles from new and is said to be a strong runner. The car is powered by a correct but non-original 1969 4.2L twin cam inline-six that has been fitted with a triple-SU manifold and a stainless steel exhaust. SPAX shocks have been installed at all four corners, and the selling dealer believes that other modifications might be present as the car is said to feel substantially quicker than their other XKE. The car was traded in by its previous owner and has since been inspected by the seller's shop and given an oil change. Service records dating back to 2008 show that a new radiator with electric fans was installed in 2015. The seller is now offering this Jaguar with a clean California title.

The color on this XKE is not factory correct, and the seller believes that the glossy 2-stage paintwork to be from the Aston Martin catalog. The large, underslung turn signals and tail lamps are correct for a Series II car. The exhaust is aftermarket, and per the seller lends the car a nice throaty sound.

The forward surfaces show a healthy finish. Though the paintwork is around twenty years old, the quality of the work appears impressive.

The black leather interior appears to be in very good condition with minimal visible wear. The documentation shows that it has been driven sparingly over the last eight years, and the limited wear in the cabin and cargo area are consistent with light, regular use.

Apart from a newer radio and speakers installed in the stock locations, the interior appears to be unmodified from stock. The instrumentation is correct, as are the plastic rocker switches. Apart from the clock all of the gauges can be seen working.

The 4.2L twin cam inline-six is stamped with engine #7R-2771-9, which marks it as a 1969 XKE Series II engine and not correct to this car. It been upgraded with the desirable triple-SU intake manifold, and the seller believes that further modifications might be present. The engine runs smoothly and compared to the '67 Series I also in the seller's shop, this car is said to feel much stronger.

Upon acquiring the car, the seller brought it into their shop and gave it a thorough inspection. All systems were found to be in good order, and the last major service was a new radiator with electric fans fitted in 2015 at 86,683 miles. The seller changed the oil, but did not find the car in need of any other service. Records for the car dating to 2008 are included, showing a good record of routine servicing.

The seller has gone over the car with a magnet and paint gauge and believes the only filler to be present on the underside of the forward hinged hood. The repair is not visible, but can be detected with a paint gauge. Based on its location the affected area is consistent with opening the hood into an obstruction.

The floors are straight and true, and do not appear to have suffered from improper jacking as many XKEs have. SPAX shocks are fitted all around for improved body control, and a stainless steel exhaust was also installed.


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