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Record Creation: Entered on 24 May 2005.

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2005-05-24 01:55:11  |  JimH writes:

Currently listed on E-Bay
with a bid of $19,750 and a Buy it now price of $23,750

I inspected this car on Friday, May 20th as it was sitting in front of the local Rolls Royce showroom and garage. It has numerous dents in the bonnet as well as the right rear wing. There is what looks to be a fairly long scratch on the right rear wing as well. The blemishes in the paint on the bonnet and elsewhere go completely down to the sheet metal. There also appears to be a fair amount of rust on the rocker panels and in the boot area although I was not able to inspect the inside of the boot. Notably there are no pictures of the boot with the current listing.
The mechanic said that the car was there to be put into running order as it had been sitting. He did say that the car needed a clutch although it may just have needed the clutch to be bled.
The odometer shows 22,000 miles but from the condition of the car it is probably 122,000.
Great restoration candidate.


2005-05-24 15:22:41  |  Steven D. writes:

Can you provide a link to the EBay auction or any additional pictures?

Thanks for the update/info


2005-05-24 17:07:28  |  Jim H. writes:

When I went back to e-Bay this afternoon the car was no longer listed. It was listed at Daniel Schmidt & Co here in St. Louis. Their e-Bay store does not have the car listed there any longer either.
I copied the pics from the e-Bay listing but they are all in .bmp format. If I can get then converted to .jpg I will post them.


2005-05-27 00:25:31  |  Jim H writes:

I stopped at the dealer today and this car was on their lot. It sold on e-Bay the first day of the listing for the Buy-it-Now price to a buyer in Greece and will be shipped there within the week.


2014-02-11 04:46:45  |  Lofty writes:

Was for sale in the UK at The School Garage
www.classiccarshop.co.uk/classic_jaguar.htm

January 1964 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 Roadster LHD
Jet black with red leather and black mohair hood and CWW. Supplied new by Jaguar Cars of New York to its 1st owner, Carl C Sciuto. Laid up for many years and then restored by its last owner to 100 point Concours, champion of champions, condition. This car is without question the best, we think, you will ever see, with 3 massive volumes of service history and photographic restoration records.


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