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1E11012

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Record Creation: Entered on 25 November 2020.

 

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2020-01-02 17:23:26 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 1/20

worldwideauctioneers.com/car-details/

Auction description:

2020 Scottsdale Auction

Appears to have went unsold as it is not listed in the results.

Lot 28

1966 Jaguar E-Type 'Series I' Roadster

Selling on Wednesday

CHASSIS NO: 1E11012

• Fully restored by specialists at Images Autobody in Campbell, California

• Incredible color combination; accompanied by JDHT Certificate

• Proven tour car completed over 4,000 trouble-free miles

• Highly desirable and collectible late ‘Series I’ 4.2-litre example

• Outstanding example of a true sports car legend

Verified by its corresponding Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate, this ‘Series I’ 1966 Jaguar E-Type Roadster bears Chassis Number 1E11012 and features the incredible color combination of Cotswold Blue over red leather. It has been the recipient of a full photo documented rotisserie restoration by David Ferguson of Images Autobody in Campbell, California, one of the leading specialists in Jaguar restoration. Following completion, the car would go on to complete the Adriatic tour and 4,000 trouble-free miles; a true testament to the quality of work both inside and out. Following the tour, the car was brought back to Images Autobody and gone over again to prepare it for future showing or any manner of use.

A wonderful find for committed marque enthusiasts, this beautifully restored 1966 Jaguar E-Type ‘Series I’ Roadster is a proven tour car but also presents at the highest levels for judging, leaving a compelling opportunity to acquire, appreciate, and enjoy one of the finest.

2020-11-25 05:58:40 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 11/25/20

www.ebay.com/itm/1966-Jaguar-E-Type/274587392419

Current bid: $28,881.78 no reserve 43 bids 5 days left in auction, seller idreamofgold, 7k miles, car said to be in New York, New York.

Seller's description:

Desirable and top color combination with a magnificent contrasting red leather interior and trim.

100% rotisserie restoration.

All gauges fully rebuilt, all original chrome was triple plated. All new hard heater pipes, and hoses all around, new heater core.

New switches and toggles and stainless bits, all suspension and original factory black parts powder coated.

Upgrades include: aluminum radiator, two upgraded fans, drilled rotors, front alloy 4 caliper brakes and poly bushings,front coil overs, reinforced front picture frame, upgraded clock to quartz, full mechanical's done with upgraded rear and front engine seals, all valves and guides, springs, all seals and stake down kit both sides, new pistons and sleeved to standard, upgraded steering wheel option, all new glass and many more.

2021-10-11 03:17:22 | John Monson writes:

Car now in Orlando, FL - I purchased the car late 2020 from David Ferguson and keep it alongside my XK120SE which is a Broadsports car

2021-10-16 08:35:58 | pauls writes:

Nice, Dave is well known for expert body work and paint.

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