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United KingdomYNF367A

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2014-02-21 21:47:37  |  Hartley Hershenhorn writes:

Restoration completed in 1992 by previous owner. Car was a National champion Class 5 JCNA several times through the 90's.Consistently scored 99.5-100 Used sparingly and still shows beautifully


2014-05-20 20:57:12  |  pauls writes:

Car listed as sold in France at:
www.fa-automobile.com/detail-vente.php

Sellers description:
1963 Jaguar E Type 3.8 Roadster Series 1 JDHT certificate confirming it is matching numbers car Left Hand Drive This car was a past national champion and multiple show winner The restoration was no expense spared when this car was fully restored Every detail on the car is correct down to the lead shot weights attached to the underside of the hood. Only a small amount of mileage since the restoration. new 185 XVS Michelin radials CHASSIS NUMBER - 879578 - ENGINE NUMBER - RA1997-9 - BODY NUMBER - 6330 - TRANSMISSION NUMBER - EB9159JS - This car is absolutely superb after the owner takes this car to classic car shows. He carefully cleans the underside, after the annual season finishes puts the car on floor stands, removes the wire wheels and again carefully cleans for Winter hibernation.


2014-11-22 16:04:16  |  pauls writes:

Car now listed at:
www.classicdriver.com/en/car/jaguar/e-type-si/1963/259745
Car apparently now in Belgium.

Sellers description:
Jaguar E-type S1 3.8 roadster - 1963 - LHD
Chassis nr. 879578, engine RA1997-9, body 6330. British racing green with biscuit interior and top. This magnificent E-type is restored to concours condition a few years ago and still in perfect condition. The car is matching numbers and won many national concours awards with a score of 99.9 points in 2009. If you want the best quality this is the E-type for you.


2015-12-18 14:59:17  |  Harry Stevens writes:

Imported into Belgium from Canada in 2014 and sold by Classic Car Service and Restorations of Wijnegem in early 2015. Described as a magnificent matching numbers E Type, it was restored in 1992 and is still in perfect condition.


2016-05-29 07:04:05  |  Lofty writes:

For sale at Historics Brooklands UK on 11 June
www.historics.co.uk/buying/auctions/2016-06-11/cars/ref-63-jaguar-e-type.aspx
Registration VNF 367A
Chassis Number 879578
Engine Number RA1997-9
Odometer reading 64,971 miles
Estimate £130,000 - £150,000

This exquisite Series I roadster was dispatched in June 1963 with the first owner a Mr. J. Field of Iowa with the subsequent ownership of the car documented throughout to the present day to a total of only six owners.

The car was restored to exceptional factory specification, deserving of a significant E-Type and is a matching number example and went on to win multiple shows from 1992 to 2009 all of which are documented in the cars history file including twice winning the JCNA (Jaguar Clubs North America) National champion. The car also features on the front cover of Concours d`elegance program which is included in the file. Further documents include a UK V5 document, (all EU taxes have been paid) JDHT certificate and an MoT test certificate valid until May 2017. The car comes with full tool kit, owner's manuals and associated literature, the only modification to the car is an electronic ignition system but the original distributor is supplied. Testament to the attention to detail is the lead bag stitched into the hood which was a feature of early cars. Finished in the striking colour of British Racing Green with a contrasting tan interior, this superb, multiple concour winning motor car is described by the vendor as being 10 out of 10 in every respect and is perfect for the collector who always wanted an exceptional roadster. We would recommend close inspection of this fine, highly collectible example, which is ready for the show circuit or indeed to be enjoyed with the roof down on the open road.


2016-06-12 09:33:56  |  Lofty writes:

Hammer price Sold - £130,000


2017-07-01 16:47:12  |  Anonymous writes:

Car returns to auction. Historics at Brooklands. 8th July 2017. Strangely the odometer reading seems to have decreased!

www.historics.co.uk/buying/auctions/2017-07-08/cars/ref-75-1963-jaguar-e-type-se ...(38-litre).aspx?p=

Lot #168 - 1963 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster (3.8 litre)

Registration: YNF367A
Chassis Number: 879578
Engine Number: RA1997-9
Odometer reading: 62,944 miles
Estimate: £128,000 - £145,000

Dispatched in June 1963 with the first owner a Mr. J. Field of Iowa, this beautifully prepared Series I roadster has the subsequent ownership of the car documented throughout to the present day.

The car was restored to exceptional factory specification, certainly deserving of an E-Type of this significance and should be noted that this is a matching number example. Stateside, this fine example has won multiple shows from 1992 to 2009, all of which are documented in the cars history file including twice winning the JCNA (Jaguar Clubs North America) National champion.

The car also features on the front cover of Concours d`Elegance program which is included in the file. Further documents include a UK V5 document, (all EU taxes have been paid) JDHT certificate and an MoT test certificate valid for a year. The car comes with full tool kit, owner's manuals and associated literature, the only modification to the car is an electronic ignition system but the original distributor is supplied. Testament to the attention to detail is the lead bag stitched into the hood which was a feature of early cars. Finished in the striking colour of British Racing Green with a contrasting tan interior, this superb, multiple concours winning motor car is superb and ideal for the collector who has always hankered after an exceptional roadster. We would recommend close inspection of this fine, highly collectible example which is ready for the show circuit or indeed to be enjoyed with the roof down on the open road.


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