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Record Creation: Entered on 21 May 2003.

 

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2003-05-20 18:39:25  |  Steve D. writes:

"Car" has a lot of pieces missing (current owner has sold them seperately!) and the body shell is pretty bad (see pictures). Currently up for auction on EBay:

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Jaguar : XKE
Miles: 53395 Doors: 2 doors
Transmission: Manual Interior: Red
Engine: 6 - Cyl. Year: 1963
Warranty: No VIN Number: 886576
Title: Clear Exterior: Red
Condition: Used

YOU ARE BIDDING FOR A 1963 XKE FHC, NUMBER MATCHING. IT HAS BEEN COMPLETELY DISASEMBLED. ONLY THE PARTS LISTED ARE INCLUDED. PARTS INCLUDED ARE: 3.8 long block, including cam covers thru oil pan, exhaust manifolds. NO CARBS OR INTAKE, #R6936-8 ENGINE IS STUCK, DOES NOT TURN: Manual transmission w/bell housing shifter, pressure plate, clutch, #EB5993JS:IRS rear end as unbolted from car, hub to hub: Bonnet frame, picture frame with VIN:both engine frames, have sand sound when tipped: complete front suspension hub to hub including steering rack: BODY SHELL #3376. SHELL IS EMPTY EXCEPT FOR THE FOLLOWING: Complete dash and instruments/switches Dash Pad., Wiper motor and linkage. Red consol, radio mount with radio DELETE plate, includes chrome cover pieces. I have rebuilt the floors and inner sills with galvanized sheet metal. Front bulkhead panels have been replaced. Still some rust repair work needed at rear of sills. Trunk floor needs to be replaced. Fenders need replacing. Lower piece for hatch needs to be welded in. Includes complete hatch., Email me with any questions. SHIPPING WILL NEED TO BE ARRANGED, Pick up would be easier. I am in Northern Michigan. Mileage on odometer appear actual, but no way to know in a fourty year old car. TERMS; $600.00 deposit within four days, Balance must be paid before shipping or pickup.

Today the auction price has been bid up to $10.50 (6 bids after three - four days)


2003-06-07 13:03:30  |  Steven D. writes:

With only 11 bids the "car" only reached $560.00 At this it did not reach it's reserve.


2005-04-11 14:10:19  |  Phil writes:

This body has now been scrapped, I know because I took the roof to repair my '64.


2007-09-09 14:28:05  |  Anonymous writes:

Additional parts including bumpers, engine frames, rear differential, gas tank and picture frame auctioned off on eBay.


2016-11-27 16:53:01  |  Chuck writes:

Still in existence - the remains of this car are currently owned by Monocoque Metalworks. Phil Cloyd sold the complete body shell and some other pieces including the original bonnet center section, etc. to me in October of 2012.

He purchased the body shell shown above in order to repair the roof of his '64 FHC as stated above, but he never completed the work - and I purchased his '64 as well. The complete body shell that you see above is currently in our shop, and we have sourced another correct 3.8 E-Type engine as well as all other necessary parts, and the project is currently awaiting restoration.


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