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Record Creation: Entered on 8 April 2016.

 

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2016-04-08 10:20:45  |  pauls writes:

Ebay item 4/81/6
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-XKE-Series-1-3-8-Roadster-85-restored-s-match-/20 ...
Current bid US $30,600.00
Reserve not met 8 bids 9 days left in auction. Seller user581, 78k miles.

Sellers description:
1964 3.8 E Type Jaguar (Late 1964 - vinyl dash and console, like S1 4.2) All matching numbers
Body and Interior
· Body - rust free painted in Golden Sand Metallic (Original color). All chrome redone* (*one rear bumper blade needs to be redone)
· Interior - (Late 1964 - vinyl dash and console) Redone in original tan leather (color of basketball) Has 4.2 seats, not original
· Soft top - new (tan) Redone
· Tonneau/top cover - new (tan) Redone
· Hard top - factory (black) unrestored

Mechanical
· Engine rebuilt - all new pistons, rings, rod and main bearings. Crank ground and all crankshaft oil plugs removed for proper cleaning, new chains and guides, oil pump. Cylinder head rebuilt: all new valves, guides & springs and valves are adjusted
· Carbs rebuilt
· Exhaust new
· Transmission - from 4.2 all synchro box with new synchros but original matching number 3.8 Moss box included
· Drive Shaft - new U joints
· Rear End Assembly stripped, sealed and redone with U joints bearings and seals and shocks
Brakes and Suspension
· Brakes - all redone (Whitepost Restorations) with original Dunlop master cylinders and calipers
· Shocks - New Koni shocks
· Front suspension redone with new ball joints, railko sockets and tie rod ends
Miscellaneous
· Gas tank - Tested and resealed with NOS submerged fuel pump

State of Completion:
· Rolling chassis - Body is completely done, painted etc. but still requires lights bumpers installed.
· Engine, gear box rear end brakes shocks, suspension, exhaust, etc. all installed

Car appears to be complete but it is possible something could be missing. But as far as I can tell most of the major items are there, I have a page with many highly detailed photos of car and parts forzamotorsports with the usual com ending. Car is located in the northwestern corner of Connecticut about 75 miles north of New York City. This is a worthy project to complete.


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