|4.2 Jaguar E-Type||Opalescent Maroon|
|Open Two Seater||Black|
|Left Hand Drive||Black|
|Jaguar Of Eastern Canada, Montreal|
|28 April 1965|
|16 April 1965||Canada|
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Record Creation: Entered on 3 October 2019.
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2005-06-10 09:36:54 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 6/10/05
Current bid $14,699.98 (Reserve not met) , 12 bids, 9 days left in auction.
Regency Red Jaguar XKE Series 1 Roadster - ID#E10953
Lovely Regency Red Exterior
Black Leather interior
Stayfast Black Top and Boot Cover
Mileage reads 66,766– not believed original
High end Alpine Stereo Bass/Woofer/C/D changer (see picture)
4 speed Synchro transmission
Chrome wire wheels
Tool wrap, jack and spare
Condition: Very pretty driver
Stainless steel exhaust
Matching numbers including engine, transmission and gearbox
Series 1 E-types provide excellent driving manners with incomparable beauty
2009-06-06 06:55:13 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 6/6/09
Opening bid $25,000 reserve not met, no bids yet 5 days left in auction. Buy it now price $60,000.
This 1965 Jaguar e-type convertible in in excellent condition both mechanically and cosmetically. It is a Series I with covered headlights, and considered the most collectable of the e-types - the first year of the larger 4.2 liter engine (six cylinder), synchromesh transmission, and better/more comfortable seats. All numbers match. While not concourse, the car is in outstanding condition and is highly reliable. I purchased the car in 2001 in VG+ original condition with 66,000 miles and had it thoroughly gone over by Automotive Restorations Inc., a high-end restorer of concourse-quality collector cars in Stratford CT. All the mechanicals were attended to, and either properly serviced and brought to spec or replaced. New components include heavy duty clutch and brakes, a stainless steel exhaust system, new electronic fuel pump, plus all necessary steering and suspension parts. The original radiator was replaced with a larger aluminum radiator and heavy-duty fan to keep the car running coolly. An electronic ignition system was installed and this has meant complete reliability. Cosmetically, the car was taken down to bare metal and repainted in the original Opalescent Maroon. The chrome is excellent everywhere. The interior is excellent, with leather seats in VG+ condition (uncracked and supple), new carpets and seat belts, and the original steering wheel restored with new wood. A high-end Alpine stereo was added, with a 12 CD changer in the boot. The top is excellent and everything works as it should (except the clock). The chrome wire wheels are in excellent shape, and the correct tires have most of their life left (there is a new spare on a wire wheel as well). The car handles very well with exceptional driving manners and tight steering. It needs nothing. On the negatives, this car does leak a very small amount of oil. They all do. Just requires keeping an eye on it. Also, there are one or two very minor/pinpoint blemishes in the finish that are barely noticeable. The car has been lightly driven and currently has 73,000 miles. It has always been properly stored in the off season and never driven in rain or inclement weather. Always scrupulously maintained in Boston by the experts at Samuel's Jaguar, the car has just been serviced and tuned and given a fresh inspection sticker. It is completely ready and roadworthy for an enjoyable driving season.
2013-02-28 10:09:25 | Anonymous writes:
Advertised for sale in April 2013 Hemmings Motor News at Aston Martin of New England & Lotus Motorsports Inc. and listed as recently sold on their website www.astonmartin-lotus.com
2019-10-03 08:21:44 | pauls writes:
Car returns to ebay 10/3/19
Classified ad price:$149,900, seller crw_sales, car now said to be in Englewood, Colorado, 76k miles.
- Fully restored to originality
- 76,743 Actual Miles
- Rebuilt original drivetrain
- 4.2L I6 engine with original cylinder head
- 4-speed manual transmission
- Jaguar Heritage Trust Certified
- Opalescent Maroon
- Black convertible top
- Black restored black vinyl interior
- New tires
Offered by Cars Remember When is this beautifully restored, numbers matching, 1965 Series 1 Jaguar XKE Roadster with 76,743 actual miles. All numbers match for the chassis, engine, and body tag along with a Jaguar Heritage Certificate. This car comes complete with the original tool kit andtonneau cover in excellent shape.Recent service records and the Jaguar Heritage Certificate are included.
This car was a complete frame-off restoration with very low miles since restored. It runs, drives, and feels like a brand new Jaquar in 1965. The motor runs strong and is an absolute blast to drive with the 4-speed manual transmission. This was the first year for the 12v alternator and negative ground electrical system. All electronics on the car work as intended, the original radio works like new and so do all the gauges. The interior is perfectly restored and feels very original.
The body overall is in excellent condition. TheOpalescent Maroon paint is a beautiful color and shines nice. It should be known thisis an older paint job and does show some minor imperfections. The black convertible top looks to be in perfect condition and fits nicely. Overall this Jaguar is a beautifully restored automobile that is 100% ready to go and needs nothing.