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1969 Jaguar E Type FHC 4.2 Series 2 Manual Presented in red with black interior and chrome wire wheels. The car is a good driver that has been stood up for the last five years or so. I have recently ...

Sonoma Classic Motorcars is proud to present this 1969 Matching Numbers Jaguar E Type sports coupe. This is a two owner vehicle in very good original condition. The Jaguar has not been restored but has ...

When Jaguar introduced their E-Type 3.8 Series I in 1961, people were instantly hooked on its incredibly beautiful lines, but it was above all its stunning performance that blew its drivers away. It's ...

  • 19-Sep-2020
  • Belgium
  • Trade

1962 Jaguar Etype S1 coupe LHD for restoration, very nice original car, black, full matching numbers, solid floors, imported from the USA, import taxes for European comunity are paid, we can arrange transport, ...

1972 Jaguar E-Type Roadster, Series 3, V12 manual, Light Blue with Dark Blue leather interior, Dark Blue hood and tonneau cover, wider chrome wire wheels as can be seen in the photographs. In Quentin ...

  • 18-Sep-2020
  • Lincolnshire
  • Private

This original UK matching numbers coupe is in lovely condition and has had only four owners from new. It is one of only approximately 1070 original UK RHD examples. The E was extensively restored in ...

1973 Jaguar E Type S3 V12 Roadster manual. This genuine UK RHD numbers matching model is finished in its original colour of azure blue with navy leather interior and a black mohair hood. The vehicle ...

We are proud to offer this great car with a very special background. All of you E Type enthusiasts will remember the late Chris Harvey, Fleet Street journalist and author of many fantastic motoring ...

- Restored - FIVA car pass A 3 - Matching Numbers Vehicle history: This E-Type of the sought-after first series with the 3.8-liter engine presents itself in the wonderful color combination Opalescent ...

- Most desirable series - A truly motoring icon - Most people will agree if we say that the Coupé (or FHC) version of the E-Type Series 1 is one of the most beautiful automotive designs ever made - ...

Jaguar e type v12 1973 coupe s3 genuine rhd uk supplied car matching numbers total restoration.

  • 18-Sep-2020
  • Surrey
  • Private

1972 Jaguar e-type series 3 V12 2+2 Right hand drive Lavander blue exterior Dark blue leather interior This beautiful example of an e-type Jaguar has been in the family since 2009. Car has been ...

  • 17-Sep-2020
  • Sussex
  • Private


  • 17-Sep-2020
  • Yorkshire
  • Private

Offered for sale at auction on 22nd September at Sandown Park Racecourse Esher KT10 9AJ This Jaguar E-Type Series 3 FHC Auto LHD is certainly something a little different, and ...

Jaguar E Type 4-2 Roadster 1969 Jaguar E Type 4-2 Series II Roadster finished in Dark Blue with Black hide interior and sitting on excellent chrome wire wheels. Width of wheels 205 mm slightly wider ...

  • 17-Sep-2020
  • Gloucestershire
  • Private
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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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