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 3.8 Jaguar E-Type Opalescent Maroon
 Fixed Head Coupe Black
 Right Hand Drive 
   Henlys Manchester
 861384 23 December 1963
 RA3938-9 13 January 1964
 V6879 Warrington
 EB11713JS Cheshire
 26 November 1963 Great Britain
 1964 Opalescent Maroon
 2021 Black
 Rest: Nice 
 Original Nutley
  East Sussex
United KingdomUnited Kingdom

United KingdomALG918B

United KingdomEBY379B

United KingdomNFS3

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Record Creation: Entered on 27 August 2004.

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Full list of registration numbers: ALG918B (United Kingdom) ; EBY379B (United Kingdom) ; NFS3 (United Kingdom) ; ALG918B (United Kingdom) ; .

1st registration ALG918B (GB) 2nd registration NFS3 (GB) 3rd registration EBY379B (GB) 4th registration ALG918B (GB)

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2004-08-27 10:46:24 | pauls writes:

Car was sold at auction in '01, info at:

Auction description:
Status SOLD
Estimate £12000 - 13000
Hammer Price £12000.00
Mileage 22000
Trim Colour BLACK
Chassis No 861384
Engine No RA.3938-9
Registration EBY379B
CC 3781
M.O.T 25.06.2002
The Jaguar 'E' Type was a sensation when it was launched in 1961 and most people have forgotten that the coupe version was more expensive than its roadster counterpart when it was launched and their popularity is returning.
The example we have on offer for you today is an original right hand drive fixed head coupe and dates from 1964. Reputedly it has not been restored in its lifetime, although it may have been repainted at some time, simply continually and correctly maintained and that leaves it in the wonderfully genuine condition we find it today. It naturally comes with the 3781cc six-cylinder engine connected to the four speed Moss gearbox and the V5 registration document appears to show only three registered keepers since June 1979.
These coupe versions, especially in their original right hand drive format, are becoming by far the most desirable and genuine cars, like this one, are now hard to find for sale.

2021-01-29 14:02:58 | Harry Stevens writes:

Sold by the Sports and Prestige Car Centre of Nutley in January 2021. Amended seller's description below.

Desirable Series 1 model in Opalescent Maroon with Black interior. Originally built on 26th November 1963 and dispatched to Henlys Manchester on 23rd December 1963. It was supplied to its 1st owner, Mr B Cunningham of Warringtonon 13th January 1964. Ordered in Opalescent Maroon with Black trim and registered with Cheshire registration number ALG918B.

Subject to a complete nut and bolt restoration in 2010 using Jaguar specialists including Jaguar Racing, Suffolk and Turley, Mathew Waterman and Sigma Engineering. Useful upgrades include Fast Road specification engine, rear main seal conversion, diaphragm clutch conversion, electronic ignition, high torque stater , alloy radiator, Kenlowe cooling fan, Coopercraft brake callipers, stainless steel exhaust, wider chrome wire wheels with Pirelli P4000 tyres.

Complete with fascinating provenence including lovely period photographs dating from the 1970's with the 2nd keeper. Restoration invoices and photographs and a Heritage Trust certificate. This UK RHD matching numbers Series 1 FHC has covered just 14,000 miles since restoration.

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