|3.8 Jaguar E-Type||Carmen Red|
|Open Two Seater||Black|
|Left Hand Drive||Black|
|Jaguar Cars New York|
|13 September 1961|
|17 August 1961||United States|
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Record Creation: Entered on 15 June 2004.
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Photos of 875295
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Interior Photos (1)
Details Photos: Exterior (5)
Detail Photos: Interior (3)
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2004-06-14 20:02:49 | Jeffrey Breneiser writes:
This car has just been through a ground up restoration by Lippincott's of Reading , PA
2004-06-16 12:07:19 | Bob Myers writes:
I was wondering how I might contact Lippicott's of Reading, PA. to see if I might have one of my own 1963 OTS cars restored to the quality of condition that the one here has been restored to. It looks like a first rate job all the way around and I would like more information. Please feel free to e-mail me if you have the time. Thanks for any assistance that you might provide. Have a great day and enjoy!
2004-06-28 15:49:13 | Joe writes:
I have a 1968 Jag XKE conv. that I am looking to restore as a nice driver. It is in good "restorable condition" I was wondering how the service and experience was at Lippicott's in Reading. And also the cost.
2004-10-29 23:19:52 | Russ Czura writes:
Hi Jeffery: I would like to Introuduce "Chassis # 875190" to the Party & Myself: Your E-Type Looks Really Great! Some Nice "Orig. Engine Details"! I`m going to do a "Body-On" this Winter: I`m Curious about the "Door Panes": Mine "Does Not" have the 2 Chrome Strips (Can`t seem to find an Early Jag with Good Pictures as Orig.)! Would you be able to Email me some "Interior Photos"? Thanks and Happy Motoring: I too would be int. in more info on Lippicotts: I live in "Effort, PA."
2005-02-22 22:53:15 | pauls writes:
This car was pictured on page 40 of the Jan. 9, '05 edition of Autoweek magazine in a Christmas card sent to Autoweek.
2007-02-01 11:18:02 | Jeffrey writes:
The car is currently for sale. Asking price is $105,000. Questions or more pictures call Jeffrey at 610-777-6935
2008-07-30 07:29:00 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 7/30/08
Current bid $50,600 reserve not met 22 bids, 9 days left in auction. 35k miles.
The 1961 Series I E-Type Roadster offered here is a "flat-floor" model with outside latches built August 17, 1961 and delivered to Jaguar Cars New York on September 13, 1961. The car was delivered to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
A meticulous and completely authentic nut and bolt restoration by Lippincott's of Reading, Pennsylvania was completed in 2004. Accompanying the car in the sale is a pictorial history and restoration receipts. This car looks and drives better than when it left the factory in 1961.
The Jaguar has been driven less than 700 ideal weather miles since the restoration and has been kept in a heated garage. A Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate, a Jaguar 3.8 "E" Type Service Manual and Jaguar E-Type The definitive history, by Philip Porter accompany the car.
This is a desirable vintage vehicle, however it is 47 years old and does not come with any guarantees or warrantees.
2009-04-02 10:29:41 | pauls writes:
Car returns to ebay 4/2/09
Current bid $11,211 reserve not met, 10 bids 9 days left in auction. Same location, same description.
2009-12-17 10:32:25 | pauls writes:
Car returns to ebay 12/17/09
Current bid $45,100 reserve not met, 8 bids 9 days left in auction. Same location, 900 miles on the odo.
Ground up restoration by a noted restoration expert in original colors acording to the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate. This is the 295th Series I XKE shipped to the States. It has outside latches, flat floors and welded louvers. The engine and drivetrain are rebuilt and perform as new. Enhancements to improve driving in todays world include upgraded radiator and fans along with larger wheels and tires.
The Jaguar has been driven only 978 ideal weather miles since the restoration and always stored in a controled environment. Handling and ride quality along with the powerful sound of the exhaust make for a wonderful driving experience.
2016-11-08 19:10:51 | Daniel writes:
Photos of the restoration by Lippincotts garage :