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UK with extensive history. Heritage certificate. Colour change in 1980s to Primrose Yellow still good with some blemishes . Recent recommission after storage with new starter , alternator , fuel pump, rad and hoses for trouble free use. Long term private owner reducing collection .


This desirable matching numbers 1969 Jaguar XKE Roadster is available in Dark Blue with a sand beige interior. The vehicle comes equipped with a 4-speed manual transmission, 4.2-liter engine, dual Zenith carburetors, wood steering wheel, soft top, 4-wheel disc brakes, and wire wheels. An excellent original E-Type Roadster ...

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Presenting this matching numbers 1974 Jaguar XKE Roadster that is available in Signal Red with a black interior. The Roadster comes equipped with a 4-speed manual transmission, 5.3-liter engine, Zenith carburetors, air conditioning, power steering, soft top, 4-wheel disc brakes, and E-Type hub caps. A very presentable ...

United States of America

Jaguar E type Serie 1, 2 Seater Coupé from April 1963, project car, fitted with V8 engine and gearbox. Otherwise mostly complete, original colour black with red interior, Eu tax paid for complete restauration. Car is in Germany. 31000,-€ fix. For mor informations please contact me.

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Picture of 1963 E-Type Series 1 3.8 Coupe For Sale

According to the Heritage Certificate that accompanies this car it was originally supplied by Jaguar Cars in New York in December 1962 and repatriated in 2020. Although subject to a rebuild in the 1980's when Stateside, this superb and quite stunning E-Type Series 1 3.8 Fixed Head Coupe has just enjoyed a comprehensive ...


Beautiful looking Convertible E Type Jaguar in Classic British Racing Green. Lovingly restored with the following work carried out over the past few years.... radiator sent off and recored, complete set of coolant hoses, new expansion tank, uprated alternator & belts, new throttle and speedo cables, new battery, new ...


1972 Jaguar E Type 2+2 V12 Series 3 UK RHD Fully mechanically lovingly restored to the highest standard this car benefits from having the following: fully rebuilt engine (new pistons and liners, over-hauled cylinder heads, carburettors rebuilt, all new bearings/seals, new oil pump, new alternator, new starter motor, ...


This matching numbers 1973 Jaguar XKE V12 2+2 is available in Primrose Yellow with a black interior. The vehicle comes equipped with a manual transmission, 5.3-liter engine, air conditioning, power steering, and wire wheels. An excellent original E-Type that has just come out of storage and has a free turning motor. For ...

United States of America
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Picture of 1966 Jaguar E Type Jaguar Series 1. For Sale

1966 E Type Jaguar Series 1. 2plus 2 coupe.Rear seats. UK RHD . Presented in Opalescent silver blue metallic coachwork which was its original colour and in our view is the best colour for early E Types. Dark blue leather interior. Showing 77000 miles . Previous full restoration ,engine and gearbox rebuild by marque ...

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Jaguar E-Type History

Introduced in 1961, the Jaguar E-type showed the world what a sports car could really be. It was fast with a top speed of 150mph from its 4.2 straight-six engine (though it was available with a 3.8 straight-six, too), its D-Type derived chassis was a work of art, it was comfortable, and it was affordable – the Series 1 E-type, for example, could be bought for £2, 097 in 1961, which is £47, 513 in today’s money. For a big, luxury sports car, it was something of a bargain.

Of course, Jaguar naughtily tipped the scales in its favour. The original Series 1 test cars given to the press were rumoured to have been ‘breathed on’ ever so slightly, with engine balancing, gas-flowed cylinder heads and Dunlop Racing tyres – they had a larger rolling radius that resulted in that 150mph top speed! Cheeky, but it set the magazines on fire with interest.

The Jaguar E-type Series 2 came along in 1968. This model E-type featured headlights without the sleek glass covers, wrap-around rear bumper, larger front indicators and a bigger ‘mouth’ to aid cooling of the 4.2 litre straight-six engine.

In 1971 we were presented with Series 3 E-type. This model was more of an acquired taste, with a taller roof in coupe form, and a more pronounced face. However, to make up for the less than pleasing looks, it was fitted with a 5.3 litre V12 engine, which was originally developed for the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Any E-type is a wonderful thing to behold, though the ultimate in our mind would be a matching numbers (original engine in original chassis) Series 1, as these are arguably the most beautiful of all the E-type models. But no matter what you choose, you’re getting a true British classic.

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