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This 1968 Jaguar E-Type Series 2 OTS arrived in the UK in 1997 having started life in Illinois USA. Upon the car's arrival in the UK it was left in a state of needing restoration where it remained for more than 20 years until the owner passed away. In 2019 the car was sold from the deceased estate to ...

This E-Type 2 + 2 is the ideal car if you are looking for a ready-to-drive vehicle . Left handed. Delivered with - Certificate from Jaguar Heritage Trust. - Documented historical file Got a full maintenance in November 2019, during which some parts were renewed.

  • 14-Jul-2020
  • Belgium
  • Private

JAGUAR E TYPE Series II OTS Roadster This is an extremely reluctant sale... A stunning example of British Engineering at its best in the form of this Jaguar E Type 4.2 Series II OTS Roadster. Manufactured at Browns Lane on 9th December 1968, before being shipped to New York on 23rd January ...

  • 13-Jul-2020
  • Yorkshire
  • Private

For sale. This stunning 1968 Jaguar E Type Series 1.5 Roadster which was restored circa 2001 and was converted to RHD during the process. A cherished car coming from long term ownership which is still in excellent condition today. As seen in the photos this lovely car comes with a factory hardtop. Please ...

1969 2+2 Etype 4.2 Extensive nut and bolt , bare metal Restoration ,Only 400 dry miles since rebuild . Full history of the build available . Starts and runs as it should and ready too go Happy for viewings

  • 13-Jul-2020
  • Leicestershire
  • Private

Will give this car & cash difference for a Jaguar XK150 3.8 or Jaguar E Type Roadster Series 2. 1961 Jaguar 3.8 Mark 2. Manual overdrive. Light British Racing Green with excellent Suede Green interior and chrome wires. The original registration from new is 3GNK. The mileage displayed is 78,285 ...

Jaguar e-type 4.2 1965 fhc, california car for restoration. A genuine opalescent green car, the body is remarkably good with very good inner sills, excellent doors and original bonnet. The front heel wheels need replacing through damage from jacking the car in the wrong place. I tried to buy this ...

  • 13-Jul-2020
  • Wiltshire
  • Private

A unique 1961, Jaguar E-Type, Flat Floor with very early preproduction body. It has had two owners from new and is a full matching numbers car. Originally a Swedish export, it has done 76755 km from new. The subject of much recent work by UK specialists, this wonderful restored E-Type has had much ...

  • 13-Jul-2020
  • Private

We are currently in the process of carefully rebuilding a number of original series 1 E Type Jaguars to the highest possible standard. This listing is for the 11th vehicle in our build programme, a 4.2 litre series 1 car with correct provenance and finished in opalescent silver grey. The first 4 photographs ...

For sale this beautiful restored Jaguar E-type Roadster from 1968. This one has a 4.3 engine and is Matching number. The outside is black and a red interior. It has triple webers. The restoration is fully documented. It is located in the Netherlands.

jaguar E-TYPE V12 CONVERTABLE manual 1973 red with black trim, chrome wires,tonneau cover, LHD over £9000 spent since arriving in UK in 2014 making this a very nice car throughout regrettable sale £64995 ono

  • 11-Jul-2020
  • Essex
  • Private

JAGUAR E TYPE 4.2 SERIES 1 ROADSTER IS NOW SOLD. HOWEVER, I HAVE ANOTHER CUSTOMER LOOKING FOR AN ORIGINAL RIGHT HAND DRIVE JAGUAR E TYPE 4.2 SERIES 1 ROADSTER IN GOOD CONDITION. COLOUR PREFERENCE OPALESCENT BLUE, SILVER OR SIMILAR. IF YOU HAVE SUCH AN EXAMPLE FOR SALE, PLEASE CONTACT MIKE OR JAV ...

A superb 1974 Series 3 V12 E-Type roadster with just over 27,000 original miles. Left hand drive. Rare to find an original, low mileage and unmolested car in such good condition, matching numbers, and with the most sought after specification of manual gearbox, original factory fitted hardtop, and air-conditioning ...

  • 11-Jul-2020
  • Netherlands
  • Private

This correct, excellent driving Jaguar E-Type Series II 4.2 FHC was manufactured on the 20th May 1970 and left the factory finished in Cream with Red leather. The original distributor was Parkers of Bolton and the car was supplied new by Henlys in Oldham to a local lady. This genuine UK car supplied ...

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JAGUAR E TYPE Series II Roadster Presented in Deep Maroon Red with Biscuit leather, hood and carpets. Radio, Chrome wire wheels, Large and very extensive history portfolio. We have driven this delightful Series II E Type from her last owners home over 290 miles to our office and she performed ...

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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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