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2014-12-09 12:01:06 | Mark, aka, "Moeregaard" writes:

Original, unmolested, one owner, no accident damage. Less than 24K miles showing. Coming up for auction.

2015-01-19 18:54:11 | pauls writes:

Auction info:
www.rmauctions.com/lots/lot.cfm

Lot 208
1966 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2-Litre Roadster
Auctioned on Friday, January 16, 2015
Sold for $192,500

Chassis no. 1E 13442
Engine no. 7E 10049-9
Body no. 4E 5113

The car shown here is probably one of the best original, unrestored Series 1 E-Types remaining. It is still finished in its original paint, including the paint on the hardtop, and its original black interior. The car remains in what the owner describes as "preservation condition," with only a few minor, age-related scars of patina but no accident damage, and it has never been apart. The mileage is an amazingly low 23,086.

Included with the sale of the car is an extensive book of original documentation, which features the invoice to its original owners, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nelson, from British Motor Car Distributors of Portland, Oregon, which is dated August 30, 1966. The invoice notes, mistakenly, its original color as White, when it was actually Pale Primrose, as white was not an color option at the time. The invoice also states that the car had a black interior, black hardtop, an AM radio, chrome wire wheels, and tinted glass, all of which are still happily present on the car. Also included on file is a map of Europe, showing where the Nelsons drove this car on their honeymoon before returning it to Oregon. The head and block numbers are matching, proving that the car is still equipped with its original engine, gearbox, and body, as well as all of its original paintwork. All books and tools are, of course, included. A Jaguar Daimler Heritage Certificate has been applied for to accompany the history binder in time for the sale.

For the owner who desires not a 100-point concours queen but a wonderfully preserved original and unrestored E-Type with factory workers' fingerprints still on it, this is an unbeatable opportunity to acquire one of the best.

2016-04-04 03:59:17 | pauls writes:

Sold at $175,000 plus commission of 10.00%; Final Price $192,500

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