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2013-08-29 14:01:49 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 10/13

www.rmauctions.com/lots/lot.cfm

Auction description:

Hershey

10 - 11 October 2013

1966 Jaguar E-Type Series I 4.2 Roadster

Chassis no. 1E10675

Engine no. 7E2377-9

Body no. 4E1830

Gearbox no. EJ726

Hershey 10 - 11 October 2013

Lot 231

1966 Jaguar E-Type Series I 4.2 Roadster

To be auctioned on Friday, October 11, 2013

Sold for $115,500

The 1966 E-Type Roadster offered today is in immaculate condition. The car has recently benefitted from a complete restoration, and it has been repainted to its original color combination of Carmen Red over a black leather interior, which is an eye-catching combination that suits this Jaguar well. Keeping this car as original as possible was the main goal of this restoration, and every possible item that was found to be structurally fit for driving was restored and reinstalled. An aftermarket cooling fan and spin-on oil filter were installed to make the car more drivable, but both the original fan and oil filter have been retained, should the new owner decide to reunite them with the car. This Jaguar runs and functions as it should, and only test miles have been accumulated since the completion of the restoration.

2018-08-06 21:01:45 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 8/18
www.mecum.com/lots/CA0818-336562/1965-jaguar-e-type-series-1-roadster/

Auction description:
Lot S195 Monterey 2018 Aug 23-25
Engine 4.2/265 HP
Trans 4-Speed
Color Red
Interior Black
VIN/Serial 1E10675
Estimate $180,000 - $195,000
Matching numbers 4.2/265 HP 6-cylinder engine
Three SU carburetors
Synchronized 4-speed manual transmission
Independent front and rear suspension
Red over Black interior
Toggle switches
British Leyland AM/FM stereo
Covered headlights
Engine no. 7E2377-9
Gearbox no. EJ726
Chrome wire wheels
Recent mechanical sorting including fuel and hydraulic systems by Classic Showcase in Oceanside, California

This restored, matching-numbers 1965 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster presents a wonderful opportunity to enjoy open-air motoring in one of the greatest sports cars ever made. Presenting in beautiful red over a black top and interior, this Series I comes from a collector who stored, operated and maintained it with great care. With a recent mechanical sorting by Classic Showcase in Oceanside, California, that included fuel and hydraulic systems, this very sharp 1965 Jaguar E-Type Series I Roadster is poised and ready to enjoy.

2018-11-09 13:58:19 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 11/18

www.mecum.com/lots/LN1118-335101/1965-jaguar-e-type-series-1-roadster/

Lot S215 Las Vegas 2018 Nov 15-17

Same description.

2019-07-22 09:51:40 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 8/19

www.bonhams.com/auctions/25221/lot/181/

Auction description:

Lot 181

Quail Lodge Auction

1965 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 Roadster

US$ 150,000 - 180,000

Chassis no. 1E10675

Engine no. 7E2377-9

This 1965 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 Roadster offered here is a fully restored, numbers matching example presented in excellent driver's ready condition. With a handsome overall appearance, the car is seen today in its original color combo of red over black. This Roadster comes from a collector who took great care in storing, operating, and maintaining this E-Type.

This beauty has benefitted from a rotisserie restoration, but more recently, Jaguar professionals at Classic Showcase performed a complete service to this XKE's furl and hydraulic systems and have gone through the cars mechanical systems to ensure smooth and strong ride for its next owner. Receipts for service work performed will accompany the car upon purchase. This example comes along heavily optioned with many Series 1 exclusive features such as covered headlights, triple SU carbs, toggle switches, and comfy seats.

Some of the features of this model are toggle switched, full instrumentation with styling and a design that was ahead of its time with a center console, and arm rests. Other features of the Series I are its steep windshield and tail lights, which are placed above the bumper line on the rear deck. Similarly, the parking lights are above the front bumper line on the front fenders. In 1964 when the 4.2 was tested, fuel consumption was rated road reported at 22 MPG and a top speed of 140 MPH.

2020-01-12 08:47:24 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:

www.hemmings.com/classifieds/dealer/jaguar/e-type/2324095.html

Seller's description:

Location: Emeryville, California, 94608

Mileage: 5,528

Transmission: Manual

Condition: Mint

Exterior: Carmen Red

Interior: Black Leather

1965 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Roadster

s/n 1E10675, Eng. No. 7E2377-9

Carmen Red with Black Leather Interior

According to the Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate, this matching numbers Series 1 E-Type Roadster was finished in Carmen Red and trimmed with black interior and a black top. The car was completed on February 19, 1965 and dispatched to Jaguar Cars, New York on March 8, 1965. Some years ago, the car was treated to a comprehensive restoration maintaining the matching numbers engine block and twin-cam head, supported by the build plate on the car and stampings in the head valley and on the main block casting. In 2017, showing 4,775 miles, Classic Showcase, Inc. of Oceanside, Ca performed mechanical freshening and general service to the car, tending to the steering, rebuilding the wiper motor, performing some brake service work, and a wheel alignment. The alternator was also removed and rebuilt and a new voltage regulator installed. Later that same year, the engine was checked for proper idle and road performance and it was determined that the carburetors would benefit from a rebuild. All three carburetors were removed and rebuilt, tested, reinstalled, and adjusted. In 2018, showing 5,436 miles on the odometer, the car was serviced again by Classic Showcase and a rebuilt driveshaft, prop shaft U joints, IRS mounts, and rear axle shims were installed. While under consignment, a compression and leakdown test was performed by Jaguar expert Jim Groom. The following results were reported. Cylinder 1 – 165, 2-170, 3-170, 4-150, 5-175, 6-175. Leakdown showed Cylinder 1 (rearmost) -12%, 2-12%, 3-80%, 4-8%, 5-13%, 6-15%. Borescope inspection of cylinder 3 and 4 revealed cross hatch lines still evident from the rebuild, but also evidence of ring scoring, likely due to insufficient ring gap in both cylinders at the time of reassembly. While the car presents with handsome cosmetics and can be used as is, the engine will need to be disassembled if the leak down figures are to be corrected. We are aware of this and will be flexible on pricing accordingly.

The overall exterior condition boasts high gloss paint with a deep finish, showing just minor flaws from age and use. There are minor areas of variation in the panel fit, along the bottom of the driver's door and in the trunk as well as minor paint edge chaffing in typical closure areas, none of which are notable from a reasonable viewing distance. The lighting, lenses, and glass appear very clean and preserved throughout. The body integrity is solid overall, with good panel gaps on the bonnet, however the lower edges of the doors appear to be a bit proud of the body. The chrome window surrounds are in very good condition overall as is the chrome plated windscreen and generally good windshield. Even the headlight trim is properly shaped and nicely plated, accented by the correct silver painted headlight buckets. The front and rear chrome bumpers are very nice, as are the door handles, emblems, and taillight bezels. The chrome wire wheels and desirable “eared” knock-offs are smoothly plated with no major flaws, shod with correctly sized Vredestein Sprint Classic tires.

The interior is in very good condition, with just enough ease to the materials and finishes inviting enjoyable driving without the fuss of a freshly restored car. The black leather seats are relaxed and tidy with correct piping, proper pleats, and good padding, with just enough “give” to feel cradled while engaged in spirited driving. Carpet and floor mats are in good condition, showing use in various areas with matching door sill presentation. The black dash pad is properly contoured, though softening and revealing some contour variation particularly around the glove storage opening. The nicely finished instruments, switches, and other features of the interior all appear to be consistent and visually tidy. The interior door panels and other interior trim are consistent in finish and texture, revealing use, but still cohesive throughout. The black canvas convertible top is in very good condition and has been nicely trimmed with the correct inner liner and overall tight fit when raised in place. The clear plastic window is also in very good condition. The interior conveys an honest and harmonious look and feel, completed by a handsome warmly hued wood steering wheel with aluminum spokes, and beautifully finished Jaguar center hub.

The matching numbers engine and tidy engine compartment are quite nice and appear correct in appearance, with proper detailing and generally nice presentation. A pair of custom formed tubular exhaust pipes have been fitted. The various components including the correct hammer-toned silver air cleaner, cam valley gold color, and polished aluminum castings have all been prepared with originality in mind. The correct carburetors, complete factory air canister assembly, and air filter box are in place and properly configured to the original engine. Further components, hoses, clamps, and various hardware appear to have also been installed and detailed with originality in mind. The trunk is generally correct in appearance with tan colored liners, housing a spare tire and wire wheel, jack, hammer, case, and tools. The undercarriage appears sound, and viewing the components and finishes, it is clear that the car was comprehensively restored and proper care was given to finishes, and coatings, while maintaining original components, hardware, and details. The overall integrity of the body seams and joinery is very good and the suspension components and recently serviced brakes appear properly prepared for driving use.

The car runs and drives well, even with the engine numbers reported. The car shifts nicely through all gears while exhibiting generally good driving manners under normal use. At moderate speeds, the car exhibits a stable ride, with good steering and braking. Items accompanying the car include a copy of the Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate, copies of 2017 and 2018 service invoices, totaling over $7,000.00, a spare set of floor mats, jack and storage bag, hammer, and a summary of the recent leakdown test.

This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a nice driver quality Series 1 E-Type Roadster with original matching numbers engine, clean presentation, and comfortable interior. The beautiful and legendary E-type design coupled with recent mechanical work offers the next fortunate owner an immediately rewarding driving experience, ready to enjoy for years to come.

Price: $129,500

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