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1E31580

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2019-12-27 17:28:33 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 1/20

www.bonhams.com/auctions/25718/lot/53/

Auction description:

Lot 53

1965 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2-Liter Coupe

US$ 75,000 - 100,000

£ 57,000 - 76,000

To be sold without reserve

Sold for US$ 61,600 inc. premium

The Scottsdale Auction 16 Jan 2020

Engine no. 7E51048-9

4,235cc DOHC Inline 6-Cylinder Engine

265bhp at 5,400rpm

3 SU Carburetors

4-Speed Manual Transmission

4-Wheel Independent Suspension

4-Wheel Disc Brakes

*Excellent for High speed rallies

*One of the best looking designs of the 20th century

*JCNA Heritage Certificate

According to the Jaguar Heritage Certificate on file, this particular XKE Coupe was constructed on August 20, 1965. It was originally primrose with black interior. Like many XKE's, this particular example was built for export and dispatched to Jaguar Cars, in New York. The first owner of this XK was not recorded.

In the 1990s the car passed to a collector based in the Pacific Northwest. At this time the car had been restored and painted in its current color scheme of red with a black interior. It would remain in the hands of this collector until his passing recently when it was acquired by the consignor.

Today, the car is in good running or order having been with a single caring owner for over half its life. At some point in time, the car had its engine replaced. The current unit and cylinder head numbers indicate it is from a series 1 2+2 car, which is to the identical specification as the original.

The paintwork and upholstery present very well. E-Type coupes make wonderful road cars and are fantastic event cars. This particular example is in good order and would be a great car for weekend shows or drivers events.

2020-12-21 10:33:11 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:

hymanltd.com/vehicles/6636-1965-jaguar-xke-coupe/

Hyman LTD in Saint Louis, Missouri $109,500

Seller's description:

This lovely 1965 E-Type is a desirable 4.2-liter model offered in the beautiful fixed-head coupe configuration, regarded by many enthusiasts as the purest expression of the E-Type design. It is a very attractive and nicely sorted example, with a well-maintained and highly detailed older restoration. According to the Heritage Certificate on file, this is a North American market car, dispatched from the factory on August 30, 1965. It was originally finished in pale primrose over a black interior and imported through Jaguar Cars in New York. In the 1990s, it was in the care of a private collector in the Northwest who commissioned the restoration and had it finished in its current shade of bright red. It remained quietly in that collection for many years until the owner’s passing and was acquired from the estate a few years ago by the most recent owner.

The red paintwork is in excellent order all around, and while older, it appears very well-maintained. Chrome body fittings are in good condition, and while some plating on the front bumper spears has faded, the overall presentation is crisp, attractive and inviting. Sparkling chrome wire wheels look superb against the red paint, wrapped in fresh 185-15 Blockley radial tires which achieve the proper balance of period-correct looks and excellent handling.

The interior is finished in black leather as it left the factory, and is the subject of a high-quality restoration and recent freshening. For the 4.2-liter models, Jaguar introduced vastly improved reclining front seats, making the cabin far more hospitable for a day’s drive. The seats are excellent, with just the right touch of broken-in character to the leather. Factory-correct materials appear throughout the cabin, from the proper black vinyl sill covers to the leather-upholstered center console, the door cards, and gray broadcloth headlining. It is very nicely presented and detailed down to the correct wood-rimmed steering wheel, toggle switches, and Smiths instruments. The Fixed Head Coupe is a marvelous place to spend a day driving, with comfortable seats and plenty of space for a long weekend’s worth of luggage.

Lifting the signature clamshell bonnet reveals a period-correct 4.2-liter XK inline-six, rated for 265 horsepower, and backed by a four-speed all-synchromesh gearbox. The gearbox and redesigned brake servo vastly improved overall drivability compared to the 3.8. Not only was the XK one of the finest engines of the period, but it was also one of the prettiest. This car is no exception, with highly detailed polished cam covers atop the correct gold-painted cylinder head. The polished alloy carburetor dashpots and intake manifold are also in good order. Overall, the under-bonnet presentation is impressive, with proper details like black porcelain exhaust manifolds with copper hardware, hammer-tone finished air cleaner housing and detailed suspension components.

The E-Type is a genuine icon, with legions of fans the world over who have fallen for its beauty, grace, and performance. Strong running and enjoyable to drive, this attractive, well-maintained example is sure to satisfy its next keeper for many years to come.

2021-01-07 09:11:00 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 1/21

worldwideauctioneers.com/listings/scottsdale21/1965-jaguar-e-type-series-i-fixed ...

Auction description:

Lot 20

1965 Jaguar E-Type Series I Fixed Head Coupé

CHASSIS NO: 1E31580

• Highly collectible and desirable Series I XKE

• Accompanied by Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate

• Well-maintained and ready for spirited touring

• Unmistakable style and sporting elegance

4.2-litre DOHC inline six-cylinder engine, four-speed fully synchronized gearbox, 3 SU carburetor, independent front suspension with transverse wishbones, torsion bars, independent rear suspension with lower transverse tubular links and twin coil springs, four-wheel disc brakes; wheelbase: 96”

This truly classic example captures the magic of what made the E-Type, “the most beautiful car ever produced,” in the words of Enzo Ferrari. A graceful beauty accompanied by a Jaguar Heritage Certificate, this exquisite Series I Fixed-Head Coupé is primed to impress on the blacktop, be the most delightful Sunday driver you have ever owned, or a sound investment you will never regret. The choice is yours.

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