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United KingdomDSK200

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Record Creation: Entered on 7 October 2017.

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2011-07-05 12:01:28  |  Lofty writes:

Opalescent Gunmetal Grey with full Red leather, 3.8 litre 6-cylinder engine, 4-speed manual, Equipped with Original recessed louved bonnet, Mohair hood, Mohair tonneau cover, Mohair hood cover, #876336 is an original matching numbers series 1 flat floor Roadster retaining its original registration number DSK 200, Originally supplied by the notable Motor Dealer Max Hoffman of Jaguar Cars New York, Subject to a total nut & bolt chassis up restoration to correct factory specification, DSK 200 has been in a private collection and has covered a mere 200 miles since restoration, An increasingly rare opportunity to acquire an early production flat floor OTS E-Type in first class condition.

Further details and photos can be found on our website www.nutleysports.co.uk


2017-10-07 18:42:32  |  pauls writes:

Car was at auction 9/17
rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/LF17/London/lots/r164-1961-jaguar-e-type-series-1-38- ...

Auction description:
Lot Number 145
1961 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8-Litre Roadster
Sold For £195,500
London
Chassis No.876336
Engine No. R 3120-9
Gearbox No. EB2302JS
Body No. R 2629
Documents: UK V5

Desirable first-year, flat-floor E-Type Roadster
Retains its original engine and finished in original colours
Recent re-commissioning by Lanzante

Constructed in December of 1961, this particular E-Type is a 'flat-floor' example from the model's very first year of production. Originally finished in Opalescent Gunmetal over a red leather interior, the same colour combination it sports today, the car was delivered new to Max Hoffman's fabled Jaguar Dealership in New York City. The car retains both its original engine and gearbox.

Upon being imported to the UK in the late 1980s, it was converted to right-hand drive and fully restored in 1991 to exacting standards. The car has seen very light use since restoration and has only travelled some 800 miles since 2011; it is no surprise that this E-Type is presented in excellent condition throughout.

Its previous owner maintained the car to exacting standards with maintenance work carried out by marque specialists GTC Engineering, BPA Engineering and Paul Lanzante Ltd. Recently the car was fully re-commissioned by Paul Lanzante Ltd within the last year. Given only occasional use in the preceding five years, nothing was overlooked in making sure the E-Type was ready for anything it had in store, and invoices for the work amount to over £30,000.

With recent re-commissioning by one of Britain's most celebrated motorsport outfits, the perfect colour combination and matching-numbers engine and drivetrain, this E-Type checks all the right boxes for someone looking to enjoy perhaps the most iconic British car ever built on the open road.


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