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Record Creation: Entered on 19 May 2021.

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Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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2019-07-14 06:05:55 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 7/14/19

www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Jaguar-XK/273849439120

Classified ad price: US $26,500, Astoria, New York

Seller's description:

This 1969 Jaguar XKE Series II 2+2 is excellent original matching numbers car for straightforward restoration. Brown with tan interior and an automatic transmission. It's been sitting in garage storage and was last running two years ago. The motor runs. This E-Type representants a superb value at just $28,500

2020-12-02 01:32:07 | Clive writes:

Advertised for sale on carsales.com.au 1 December 2020, asking AUS$249,000. Car is located in Brisbane, Australia. Seller’s description follows:

“Extremely Rare. This well-preserved one owner 1969 Jaguar E-Type Series II Coupe offers the original creamy beige interior, Sable Brown paint, is matching numbers mechanical systems, automatic transmission, air conditioning, and spoke wheels. Complete with a handcrafted Italian Nardi steering wheel complements the interior. 1 of only 3 known surviving examples.  The car's impressive documentation includes the original owner's manual with log books, voucher book, Heritage Certificate, and documentation. The voucher book shows that the 1,000 and 3,000 miles services were performed by the original dealer.  Few vintage cars have been preserved and maintained like this car, and this sale is a rare opportunity to acquire something as close to the manufactured condition as possible. The Vehicle was originally purchased by one and only true owner, William C Kennedy inventor and founder of Redex Industries.  He was the owner of the vehicle for over 50 years, until his death in 2019, at the age of 82.”

2021-05-19 15:01:27 | pauls writes:

Car now at auction

www.lloydsonline.com.au/LotDetails.aspx&stypeid=0&kw=jaguar&cid=0&smode=0&lid=2853537&pgn=1& ...

Auction description:

1969 Jaguar E Type Series II

Year: 1969

Make: Jaguar

Model: E Type

Body: 2-Door Coupe 2 + 2

Drive Type: Rear wheel drive

Odometer: Indicating 59,679 Miles

Engine: 6-Cylinder Petrol

Transmission: Automatic

Colour: Sable

Seats: 2

Description/extras: On offer is this rare Etype, Jaguar heritage certificate included authenticates highly factory optioned - Air Con, Automatic, Power steering, wire spoke wheels,

Genuine 2 owner car- First owner for 4 decades, from 1969 to 2019. Lardi handcrafted Italian steering wheel, no rust and new paint, all original interior. This car Has had 1 owner since new, original heritage certificate.

The car remains one of the most valuable sought after collectibles of our era, a position held after its iconic launch in 1961.

In 1968, Jaguar announced a further revamp for the E-type, the so-called Series 2 models distinguished by minor styling modifications to the nose, new tail light clusters and a new dashboard with rocker switches in place of the toggles.

Twin fans were adopted as standard equipment to cope with the demands of the newly optional air conditioning, while power steering and bolt-on chrome wires were also available at additional cost. This particular example is a highly factory optioned rare production spec and includes all the features mentioned above, plus an automatic transmission. 1 of 81 E-types like it to leave production. One of the original 81 coupes with these features

Ownership of an E-type, particularly the desirable six-cylinder version, is a solid investment. Coming across a original and rare example such as this vehicle is an opportunity you don't want to miss.

Numbers-matching chassis, body, transmission, engine, and cylinder head per accompanying Jaguar Heritage certificate

Features

- RARE VIN, 1 of 81 E-types like it to leave production

- One of the original 81 coupes with these features

- Numbers-matching chassis, body, transmission, engine, and cylinder head per accompanying Jaguar Heritage certificate

- Coming out of long term 4 decades of ownership

- Highly Factory OPTIONED ETYPE

- 4,235cc DOHC Inline 6-Cylinder Engine

- Power steering

- Air Conditioning

- 3-Speed Automatic Transmission

- 4-Wheel Independent Suspension

- 4-Wheel Disc Brakes

- Wire Spoke Wheels

- Original White Walled Spare

- Dual Stromberg Carburetors

Lardi handcrafted Italian steering wheel, no rust and new paint, all original interior.

Chassis No: P1R42943BW

ENG No: 7R38773-9

This asset is being sold unregistered

2022-09-09 07:10:31 | Clive writes:

Car now advertised for private sale on carsales.com.au 10 September 2022, asking AU$159,000.

2022-11-18 19:03:55 | Anonymous writes:

Advertised for sale on carsales.com.au 19 November 2022. Seller’s address is given as Broadbeach, Queensland. Seller’s description (summarised and paraphrased) follows:

Completed on 24th October 1969, chassis P1R42943BW was supplied to inventor William C Kennedy. Taken off the road during the late 1990s, spent almost twenty years in store with an Ohio-based restoration company.  Upon William’s death in 2019, it was sold and imported to Australia.  A Jaguar specialist, the vendor, claims to have spent the past three years refurbishing this car.

2022-11-18 19:10:17 | Anonymous writes:

Further to the above comment. Asking price is now AUD$195,000. The seller states "this is only the second time the vehicle has ever been offered for sale............ All reasonable offers welcome".

2022-11-19 20:12:38 | pauls writes:

In addition to the above:

www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/1969-jaguar-e-type-22-auto/SSE-AD-11900006/

Finished in a rich Sable brown with complimentary Beige leather upholstery, we estimate that the work would have cost in the region of $150,000AUD had it been carried out by a ‘big name’ restorer. Indeed, the seller informs us that he dares not count-up the man hours which have gone into the project. As denoted by the rare VIN, BW for Borgs Warner designation, and P for power steering, it has been Factory fitted with air conditioning, twin SU carburetors, power steering, BW automatic transmission and original wire spoke wheels. Starting readily upon inspection and running very sweetly, this drop dead gorgeous E-Type is understandably described by the seller as being in ‘excellent’ condition with regard to its engine, gearbox, electrical equipment, interior trim, bodywork and paintwork. Offered for sale with authenticity certificate verifying its one of eighty-one ever produced and Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate verifying its matching numbers claim, and a large quantity of bills/receipts for work completed.

2022-12-05 06:47:36 | pauls writes:

Car now on ebay 12/5/22

www.ebay.com/itm/314259682890

Opening bid approximately US $66,028.66 reserve not met 0 bids 9 days left in auction, still located in Australia.

Seller's description:

Just emerged from an extensive, two-year, bare metal mechanical and cosmetic restoration

Matching chassis and engine numbers and all original interior

An exceptionally rare car, one of just 81 ever produced which would not disgrace a concours field

Highly Factory optioned with power steering, air conditioning, wire spoke wheels, and automatic transmission

If you are in the market for a Jaguar E-Type Series 2 one of only a handful like it in the world then we would urge you to come and inspect this example before buying any another masterpiece. Completed on 24th October 1969, chassis P1R 42943 BW was supplied to billionaire inventor William C Kennedy who still holds the worldwide patent for inventing GPS Sat Nav ‘On Star”. 

It was taken off the road during the late 1990s, the two-seater spent almost twenty years in store with an Ohio-based restoration company before upon William’s death in 2019, it has now being imported to Australia. A Jaguar specialist, the vendor, has spent the past three years painstakingly refurbishing the E-Type and tells us that the E-type not only retains its original engine and gearbox, but also all its original interior. 

Finished in a rich Sable brown with complimentary Beige leather upholstery, we estimate that the work would have cost in the region of $150,000AUD had it been carried out by a ‘big name’ restorer. Indeed, the seller informs us that he dares not count-up the man hours which have gone into the project. As denoted by the rare VIN, BW for Borgs Warner designation, and P for power steering, it has been Factory fitted with air conditioning, twin SU carburetors, power steering, BW automatic transmission and original wire spoke wheels.

Starting readily upon inspection and running very sweetly, this drop dead gorgeous E-Type is understandably described by the seller as being in ‘excellent’ condition with regard to its engine, gearbox, electrical equipment, interior trim, bodywork and paintwork. Offered for sale with authenticity certificate verifying its one of eighty-one ever produced and Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate verifying its matching numbers claim, and a large quantity of bills/receipts for work completed

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