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2007-08-04 10:18:50  |  pauls writes:

Car is mentioned in the Aug '07 issue "the E-type" magazine as having been obtained from Mark Miller and are in the restoration process.


2014-12-04 12:48:34  |  pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 1/15
www.goodingco.com/vehicle/1961-jaguar-e-type-series-i-3-8-litre-roadster-2/

1961 Jaguar E-Type Series I 3.8-Litre Roadster
Estimate: $350,000 - $425,000
Chassis: 875272


2014-12-24 12:24:50  |  pauls writes:

Additional description from above auction;
Numbered 875272, this XKE is the 272nd left-hand-drive roadster produced. Accompanied by its Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust (JDHT) Certificate, 875272 was factory-finished in Carmen Red with black smooth-grain upholstery and a matching convertible top. Research shows that the E-Type was a Bay Area California vehicle for its entire existence. First owned by Courtney Graham, founder of the Plantronics technology company, the exotic red E-Type was an executive's gift to himself. About five years later, 875272 was sold to another tech executive Douglas Pung. Nearly 20 years later, renowned early E-Type collector Mark Miller purchased the 1961 Jaguar from Mr. Pung, then showing about 50,000 miles, and placed it in storage until 1998. At that time, the mothballed E-Type was purchased by Lee Smith of Palo Alto.

In October 1998, the Jaguar specialists at Dave Ferguson's Images Auto Body in Campbell, California, were entrusted with the body and paint restoration of Mr. Smith's E-Type. This work was completed by mid-1999, thereafter, the XKE's body was properly waxed, covered, and stored indoors for the next 15 years awaiting completion. In early 2014, Mr. Smith sold the car to the consignor when a concours-level, no-expense-spared restoration of the complete car was undertaken again by Images Auto Body. Virtually every nut, bolt, and fastener was fastidiously restored. The work included rebuilding its 3.8-litre engine and mechanical components, whose stampings correspond to the JDHT Certificate. As offered, this professionally restored, early-production E-Type is accompanied by a completely restored hard top, original tool roll, and correct bottle jack. Other fascinating items include the Jaguar's history compiled by the prior owner, photographs, and California registration cards from the 1970s. Resplendent in its factory-specified colors and freshly restored, this outside-latch E-Type Jaguar is among the very finest examples of its legendary breed.


2014-12-30 17:05:45  |  pauls writes:

Lot 32


2015-01-19 00:57:02  |  xke7 writes:

SOLD: $363,000


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