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 1961 Opalescent Dark Blue
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 Scruffy Driver 
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2016-09-11 23:32:36  |  Lofty writes:

Seen at BCU British car show 9/11/2016
Palatine IL

2016-12-06 17:59:59  |  Daniel writes:

For sale at Classic Showcase Inc

Seller's description :
Stock: J61-437
Current condition: DRIVER
Performance: 3.8 Liter, 6 cylinder, 3 SU carbs
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Suspension: Independent Front and Rear Suspension
Color exterior: Dark Blue
Color interior: Blue
Mileage: 33,730 showing
Wheels: Painted Wire wheels
Tires: Vredestein Spirit ST 185/15
Brakes: Disc Brakes, Front and Rear
Vin #: 875437
Engine #: RI598-9
Gearbox #: EB 696JS

This first-generation, matching-numbers 1961 E-Type is a great early example with single, long term ownership. This highly desirable Series 1 3.8 Liter example features welded louvers, flat floors, a period correct radio, covered headlight configuration, and painted wire wheels, among many other sought-after Series 1 options. The XKE has been recently serviced by Jaguar professionals, and stands as a perfect candidate for a comprehensive Classic Showcase show or show/driver restoration of your choosing. These first-generation E-Types are becoming increasingly hard to find and obtain, so don't miss this opportunity to add a piece of Jaguar history to your collection.

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