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1E11625

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Record Creation: Entered on 16 January 2022.

 

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2022-01-16 17:50:26 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 1/22
www.bonhams.com/auctions/27328/lot/8/

Auction description:
This stunning E-Type benefits not only from an extensive, professional restoration performed by the noted Jaguar specialists at Austin Texas-based Classic Jaguar, but also from the many desirable performance-oriented upgrades it has received, very much in line with what the Lightweight E-Type Competition cars received at the factory back in 1963.

Truly magnificent in its Black over Biscuit livery, this E-Type is a particularly desirable model as it is one of the 4.2-liter examples to sport the coveted covered headlights. The new Jaguar was completed at the Coventry-based Jaguar Works during the last months of 1965 as a factory left-hand drive Roadster, and was most likely delivered new to the North American market.

When acquired by the consignor in 1989 - a noted Tulsa, Oklahoma-based collector of important sports cars and car guy through and through - the Jaguar was in sound and in complete and running condition retaining its original matching numbers engine. The Jaguar was used for about a decade, before it was decided to return the British sports car to its former glory, and Austin, Texas-based Classic Jaguar was retained to carry out a full professional restoration of the car, while adding performance and reliability enhancing elements to the classic Jaguar. While the E-Type's timeless bodywork and interior was kept very much stock and the original matching-numbers engine intact in the car, upgrades included fitment of period-correct Dunlop center-lock aluminum wheels, as seen on the Lightweight E-Type Competition cars and D-Type racers. These where shod on Pirelli rubber to keep the power to the ground, while Wilwood disk brakes were added to enhance braking. The suspension system was treated with better bushings and shocks, to give the already well-handling E-Type even more control on twisty roads at high speeds. The original engine was fully rebuilt, and various performance parts was fitted and synced, including electronic multi point fuel injection and multi coil electronic ignition. Beautifully routed exhausted headers were fitted, as was a large-capacity aluminum radiator to keep things cool. A 5-speed gearbox was installed to enable maximum use of the now 300-plus horsepower performance on tap.

Today, less than 1,000 miles has been clocked on the odometer since completion, while service and maintenance has been routinely performed by the consignor's capable in-house mechanic. The ID plate appears to be the original one, and both the engine block and cylinder head is correctly stamped 1E5915-9. Beautifully finished in stealth Black over a Biscuit leather interior and black top, this stunning and potent E-Type Roadster brings its new caretaker the prestige of the iconic model, with exhilarating sound and performance.

2022-01-28 17:09:54 | Captain RD writes:

Sold for US$ 190,400 inc. premium 1/27/2022

The Scottsdale Auction

2022-01-28 17:09:55 | Captain RD writes:

Sold for US$ 190,400 inc. premium 1/27/2022

The Scottsdale Auction

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