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Record Creation: Entered on 18 September 2008.

 

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2008-09-18 10:14:14  |  Lofty writes:

Ebay item 9/18/08
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-E-Type-1963-Jaguar-XK-E-Series-One-Coupe_W ...
Current bid $26,000 reserve not met, 2 bids, 8 days left in auction. 103k miles.

This 1963 Series One XK-E has been owned by the same lady for the last 29 years. This is a solid, well running car, perfect for week-ends, tours, or going out to dinner. The original car color was white, the current owner had paint and upholstery done when she first acquired the car The seats and door sills are in leather.

Car has new factory exhaust system, from the headers back, new factory rear brake calipers, good glass, has always enjoyed inside storage. The only rust is 4 small spots less than 1/4" in size, that don't show well in photos. The car has 5 chrome wire wheels, with some very small pitting on the wheels. It also has the jack and knock off hammer.

The car has a fiberglass nose that was fitted prior to being purchased long ago. It was decided to leave it as it is, and acquire a steel nose, should it ever be needed. That fortunately never occurred, so the car comes with a spare steel nose, inner panels, and fender beading, as seen in the photos. Obviously the original was bent at some time, but when a new clutch was fitted a few years back, the engine alignment was correct. Oil pressure in photo is at idle, with the engine warm. Engine and chassis numbers match title and chassis plate. The car has the original Moss gearbox.

Car drives very well, steers and stops properly, no wobbles, shakes or overheating, so smoke. Car shifts well, keeping in mind that it is the Moss gearbox, neither fast nor silent! Car has always been maintained by an experienced British Car mechanic.

Seller has clear title. Mileage is believed correct as represented, but no warranty is given or implied.


2011-05-11 19:11:17  |  pauls writes:

Car now offered at:
www.hemmings.com/classifieds/carsforsale/jaguar/e_type/1219460.html

Sellers description:
Jaguar 1963 E-type Series I coupe, 3.8, #888639, red w/red leather, rust-free, 97K miles, new OE exhaust & rear brake calipers, same owner last 30 years, inside storage, extremely clean, great weekend drive for fun car, $34,000.


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