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1R41606

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2003-07-25 07:48:18  |  Lofty writes:

Ebay item# 2425103223 7/25/03
Sellers comment:
California car brought to New Mexico 4 years ago and basically garaged. Driven only as a hobby.Superb paint, excellent chrome, crack free leather interior. Cold factory A/C New clutch 9/98 with only 700 milles since.

Vehicle Condition
Beautiful driver. Needs little for show. Best running XKE you will find


2003-08-18 16:41:04  |  Steven D. writes:

Car has been relisted:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2428608797

Previous auction above ended with 25 bids to a price of US $15,000.00 (Reserve not met)

Current auction has zero bids but a starting price of US $5,000.00 (Reserve not met)


2003-08-18 16:43:35  |  Steven D. writes:

Seller left additional comment in description:

Vehicle Description: California car brought to New Mexico 4 years ago and basically garaged. Driven only as a hobby.Superb paint,excellent chrome, crack free leather interior. Cold factory A/C New clutch 9/98 with only 700 milles since. Relisted with lower reserve. Owner must sell, another car is on the way. Have original owners manual etc as well as documentation of clutch repair etc..

Vehicle Condition: Beautiful driver. Needs little for show. Best running XKE you will find. No rust anywhere. Redline vogue tires enhance the beautiful burgundy paint


2003-08-18 16:45:14  |  Steven D. writes:

BTW, seller claims only 43900 miles on car.


2003-09-04 21:16:24  |  John p. writes:

Car has all original paperwork and extensive receipts for work performed and histories. (All papers etc now in my possession) Will provide engine, and gearbox numbers shortly. It inspected well, and is awaiting loading onto enclosed carrier for shipment to NC.


2003-10-01 12:54:37  |  John Putnick writes:

Car is in very good condition. Drives and handles as an E type should. Body in excellent condition, as is interior original leather.


2003-10-01 20:09:57  |  Steven D. writes:

John P. has entered some new data for this car but I don't want to loose the old data when I approve the new so here:

Title Date: 1969 Exterior: Carmen Red
Last seen: 2003 Interior: Black
Condition: Nice Driver City: Sante Fe
Engine: Original State: New Mexico


2003-11-05 12:21:07  |  John Putnick writes:

Actually the car is Regency Red. Had some folks agree on that one from local jag club. JDHT certificate now in hand. All numbers match. Car resides in Hickory, NC. Will send new set of pics. It was very well received at Eurofest 2003 in Greenville, SC Made the 1.5 hour drive in good form.


2003-11-08 11:43:14  |  John Putnick writes:

JDHT Certificate #23175 issued Oct. 9, 2003. Inspected by 3 separate Jaguar Dealers and restorers at Eurofest 2003 Greenville, SC and all stated should easily receive 99 plus points if entered in JCNA driver class.


2004-01-07 20:05:57  |  Floyd writes:

Would like to see it for color, I'm wanting to paint mine and trying to decide what color. do you still have it?


2004-01-28 17:29:29  |  John Putnick writes:

Yes, I still have the vehicle. Happy to show you if in my area. She is now up for the winter. getting ready for a bit of maintenance. (hoses etc.) e-mail me if you want to check it out.


2004-08-12 12:34:48  |  Anonymous writes:

Took 2cnd in Driver class at JCNA concourse June 13. 9.932 points (99.32) lost 5 points due to one horn not blowing. It was loose connection. Well recievd by judges.


2010-11-19 19:15:39  |  Andy Blackley writes:

I bought this fine car from John Putnick. It now resides in NE Ohio.


2010-11-20 12:49:39  |  John Putnick writes:

Yes, Andy received her yesterday. I hope he loves it as much as I have. It went to a good home.


2010-11-23 22:51:35  |  Andrew Blackley writes:

I bought this wonderful car from John Putnick on 11-19-2010.

It is as rust free as any I have ever seen. The interior is all original as described above. It appears to have been painted at some time. It needs some minor TLC such as belt and hose replacement, but otherwise shows every sign of having been a well loved and cared for car. I love it!


2010-11-23 22:53:33  |  Andrew Blackley writes:

I bought this wonderful car from John Putnick on 11-19-2010.

It is as rust free as any I have ever seen. The interior is all original as described above. It appears to have been painted at some time. It needs some minor TLC such as belt and hose replacement, but otherwise shows every sign of having been a well loved and cared for car. I love it!


2011-09-22 19:34:44  |  Andrew Blackley writes:

Scored 9.96 and a first in the D3 class, Jaguar Club of Ohio Concours held on August 6, 2011.


2012-07-20 09:08:37  |  pauls writes:

Ebay item 7/20/12
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1969-Jaguar-XKE-2-2-coupe-in-original-Regency-Red ...
Opening bid $1,000 reserve not met, no bids 6 days left in auction. Buy it now price $34,900. Car now said to be in Cleveland, Ohio.

Sellers description:
1969 Jaguar XKE 2+2 coupe presented in a beautiful and original Regency Red over black leather interior. Everything from the body and paint to the mechanical and electronic components is right on this classic Jaguar. It is a concourse winning car that turns heads wherever you take it and is one of the best driver quality Jaguar coupes on the market today. We will try to be as thorough in our description as possible but most of the items we list will be us nitpicking on the car to insure you get the best description possible about what you are bidding on. If you have any further questions please feel free to ask.

Mechanical
This Jaguar runs great; it has been well maintained and taken care of throughout its life. It drives very tight with all mechanical and electronic components working as they should. All the buttons inside operate properly and there are no mechanical or electrical issues to note. The only thing to list would be the AC which we are told is good working order but needs a belt to become functional, other then that the car is in great mechanical shape and should provide years of worry free driving.

Interior
The interior is great overall condition, the dash is in very good shape with no warping or loose pieces, and the headliner, carpets and instrument panel are also all in amazing shape. The seats are in good shape with only the driver's seat showing any significant wear, the back seats are above average but have minor imperfections that are only noticeable if the car is examined closely. The door panels and boot look almost untouched. It also has the original radio in place.

Body
The body on the car is in exceptional shape, there are no signs whatsoever of rust or any prior damage to the vehicle. The panels line up as they should and the car has good straight lines all the way through. There is no bondo or filler and surprisingly no dents or dings anywhere to be found.

Paint and trim
The paint is in amazing overall condition, it has a great shine to it and although not original it was extremely well done and well taken care of. The chrome is in great shape as well with no pitting and only some very very minor hairline scratches on a couple of the pieces (could not capture them with the camera). There are a couple of chips that have been filled in the paint (photographed below) they are very minor and only visible upon thorough inspection of the vehicle.

This Jaguar is an exceptional piece of history; it has survived as a rust free and mechanically well taken care of E-type coupe that will not dissapoint. The score sheet from the 2011 Jaguar Club North America Northeast Ohio Concourse where it won in the D3 drivers class is included in the pictures for your review.


2012-08-02 07:37:06  |  pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 8/2/12
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1969-Jaguar-XKE-2-2-coupe-Concourse-winner-Low-re ...
Current bid $1,000 reserve not met, 1 bid 6 days left in auction. 54k miles.

Previous auction ended at $26,001 reserve not met after 20 bids.


2012-08-15 06:17:15  |  pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 8/15/12
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1969-Jaguar-XKE-2-2-coupe-Concourse-winner-Low-re ...
Current bid $10,000 reserve not met, 19 bids 5 days left in auction. Buy it now price $29,900.

Previous auction ended at $25,900 reserve not met after 18 bids.


2012-12-19 23:19:47  |  Chase McEvoy writes:

Car was delivered with optional hubcaps, instead of wire wheels.


2013-09-24 13:38:04  |  John Putnick writes:

Hi Chase,
I sold the e-type to Andy. The last concourse I showed it I won with a 9.97.
Had the highest score in C01-D03 that year. Needed a third win to take the national title and fell ill the night before I was going to Va. for the last show. Hope she is still doing well. I miss it terribly. Would never have given her up, but financial constraints due to becoming disabled forced me to.


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