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 850064 14 July 1961
 R1232-9 
  W Sparrow, Yeovile
  Dorset
 28 June 1961 
 
 1961 Opalescent Silver Blue
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Record Creation: Entered on 22 January 2004.

 

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2006-03-16 14:53:14  |  XKE Data writes:

The record was updated:

  • Current Country was changed from England to England
  • Factory Build Year was added: 1961
  • Factory Build Month was added: 06
  • Factory Build Day was added: 28

  • 2009-05-02 15:11:59  |  XKE Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Factory Paint Color was added: opalescent silver blue
  • Factory Interior Color was added: dark blue
  • Factory Top Color was added: dark blue
  • Original Distributor was added: Henleys, London
  • Original Owner City was added: W Sparrow, Yeovile
  • Original Owner State was added: Dorset
  • Notes From Heritage Record was added: 655 MYC
  • Factory Dispatch Year was added: 1961
  • Factory Dispatch Month was added: 07
  • Factory Dispatch Day was added: 14

  • 2010-04-20 02:58:10  |  XKE Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Top Color was added: dark blue
  • Current Color was changed from silver to opalescent silver blue
  • Current Interior was changed from black to dark blue

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    Heritage Notes

    655 MYC

    Photos of 850064

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    Uploaded June 2005:

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    2004-01-22 12:23:41  |  pauls writes:

    Info gathered with permission from:
    www.hendi.nl/xke/main.htm

    This car was reported in another register in September of 1988. It was said to have been in south Australia in 1971. No more information is known.


    2005-06-25 14:21:40  |  Anonymous writes:

    Car sold at Bonhams on 24/6/05 for £29k + 15% comm plus tax (£34,111). Back to original op blue with navy blue interior. Was restored in 1992 now in condition A to A1. Registration back to original of 655 MYC.


    2005-06-29 09:44:47  |  pauls writes:

    Additonal info from above auction:
    Sale 12170 - Sports, Competition & Collectors' Motor Cars, F1 Memorabilia, Automobilia & Models
    Goodwood, Festival of Speed, Chichester, Sussex 24 Jun 2005 at 10:00
    Lot No: 670
    1961 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 ‘Flat Floor’ 3.8-Litre Roadster
    Registration no. 655 MYC
    Chassis no. 850064
    Engine no. R1232-9
    Dating from the first few weeks of production, this vehicle is one of the earliest surviving right-hand drive Jaguar E-Type roadsters (the chassis number sequence commenced at 850001) and was delivered via distributor Henlys to Messrs Spencer of Yeovil. Chassis number ‘64’ was despatched by the works on 14th July 1961, first registered ‘655 MYC’ on 25th August and used by Spencer’s as a demonstrator. The car has features typical of early production models, including the flat floor and teardrop covers for the external bonnet lock.
    Inspected by surveyor and valuer A E Fogg BSc, LLB in December 1990 (copy included), it had been recently taxed for the first time in several years, having been off the road undergoing a total restoration. The vehicle had been extensively refurbished (by marque expert Martin Robey) and was found to be totally rust free, having been professionally repainted in original ice blue. All mechanical components had been overhauled, and the car ran very sweetly with good oil pressure and normal running temperature. All running gear had been overhauled, the only discernible non-original feature being Koni shock absorbers (a period up-grade) and a later production-type radiator. The restoration was unfinished at the time of inspection and was finally completed circa 1992.
    Re-inspected by Mr Fogg in March 2005, the vehicle was found to be finished to a very good standard and to have been well maintained, having covered fewer than 8,000 miles in the intervening 14 years. Now re-united with its original registration mark ‘655 MYC’, the car comes with works-specification optional hardtop and Jaguar tool roll, and has been fitted with Volvo front brake calipers in place of the original Dunlops - a recognised upgrade. Meticulously restored with exacting attention to detail, this very early E-Type ‘flat floor’ roadster is offered with restoration invoices, valuation reports, road fund licence to October 2005, MoT to January 2006 and Swansea V5 registration document.


    2005-09-05 09:30:03  |  Robert writes:

    Advertised on page 213 of Classic and sportscar magazine Oct 2005. described as original RHD Flat floor outside bonnet lock in opalescent silver blue with dark blue interior. Built in july 1961 - one of the first 92 rhd cars built with this spec. restored about 10 years ago this car drives particularly nicely £48750


    2006-02-09 04:43:25  |  Mr Anthony writes:

    I bought this car Nov 2005
    One of the main reasons that i bought 850064 is because of the Bodywork. It is straight and rust free throughout, ever since Martin Robey / Bill jones ( owner from wales ) carried out a full restoration to factory specification apart from the Konies.
    Good oil pressure when hot, Compression test 150 evens on original engine.Icing on the cake
    Everything works apart from the clock and a door lock.
    I drove the car to my local M.O.T sation Dec 2005 , it passed first time with no work to do.
    It Drives like a correct early E type should...Still on thin Radial tyres makes life interesing, original radio - nice patina overall since restoration, hardly been used since 1981.

    This is my 10 th E Type, 7 th roadaster. I normally buy non runners at auction/ scrap yards. I have shipped a few from California rebuilt/ converted to R.H.D,, selling on for profit mainly back in 1987 before everyone jumped on the bandwagon.

    I have been looking for an Early interesting 3.8 roadster to restore for the past 5 years
    must be original R.H.D, not a Red one.I have completely restored 2, 4.2 roadsters for fun. The plan was to find one last car to restore, to keep for myself
    That was until 850064 came along.This car makes better finacial sense than completely restoring one properly : the hard works been done for me.Its ready to Drive this summer, at the push of a button to take me for my Fish and Chips.
    Del Boy
    Stockton on Tees


    2010-10-10 07:54:23  |  Alex.Lees Buckley writes:

    I am v interested in buying this car. Please contact me on int 33 611500716


    2017-01-16 19:30:45  |  Mr Anthony writes:

    I have owned this car since November 2005.
    The car may be for sale in 2017.
    Offers to my email
    Anthony


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