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1E13434

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 1E13434 9 September 1966
 7E9936-9 
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 25 August 1966 United States
 
 1967 Dark Blue
 2021 Tan
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United States7C8443

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Record Creation: Entered on 16 October 2021.

 

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2006-02-13 17:24:41 | XKE Data writes:

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  • Current Interior was changed from terracotta to tan
  • 2006-05-01 19:20:10 | XKE Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Engine Number was changed from 7E993619 to 7E99361
  • Gearbox Number was changed from EJ1020 to EJ10208
  • 2014-02-23 14:17:22 | XKE Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Registration numbers (raw data): was added: 7C8443|
  • Registration number location (raw data): was added: United States!MT|
  • 2019-05-08 11:00:12 | XKE Data writes:

    The record was updated:

  • Engine Number was changed from 7E99361 to 7E9936-9
  • Photos of 1E13434

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    2006-02-13 22:51:11 | Anonymous writes:

    Too many numbers in the engine #. Not enough nimbers in the gearbox #.

    2006-03-26 12:09:51 | Jim Coull writes:

    Great looking car. Hard ti tell it is blue, but it sure looks like a winner. My car is a few numbers less than yours.

    2021-10-11 11:43:43 | pauls writes:

    Car to be at auction 10/21

    rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/1021/open-roads--october/lots/r0023-1967-jaguar-e-typ ..._source=prewarcar&utm_medium=classified&utm_campaign=1021

    Auction description:

    Open Roads, October | Lot 179

    1967 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2 Litre Roadster

    $90,000 - $110,000 USD

    Whitefish, Montana

    6 - 13 October 2021

    Chassis No. 1E 13434

    Documents US Title

    Highly desirable Series 1 with 4.2-liter engine

    Final model year for desirable covered headlights

    Single ownership for the past 15 years

    Great driving example fully restored around 20 years ago

    Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate

    This example was manufactured on 25 August 1966 and dispatched to New York on 9 September 1966. It left the factory finished in Opalescent Light Maroon with a black soft top and a black interior, according to its Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate. The car is said to have been restored around 20 years ago and is now finished in Midnight Blue over tan leather with a tan canvas top. Its 4.2-liter engine has a numbers-matching cylinder head paired with a correct non-matching block. The transmission is a four-speed manual. Other features include a Talbot side-view mirror, a Blaupunkt push-button radio—believed to be original—and correct Dunlop radial tires. Front and rear bumper guards were installed under previous ownership.

    As a final model year Series 1 with the upsized 4.2-liter engine and desirable covered headlight design, this example—said to have been driven around 200 miles every year by the consignor—is highly sought-after by Jaguar aficionados.

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