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1E32642

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Record Creation: Entered on 27 January 2020.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Photos of 1E32642

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Exterior Photos (9)

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Action Photos (1)

Uploaded February 2006:

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Details Photos: Exterior (2)

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Uploaded December 2007:

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Uploaded November 2015:

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2006-02-18 20:20:49 | David M. Sibrinsz writes:

I am the original owner, having ordered and purchased it in 1966. I sold it in 1969 and have tried to find it for the last 5 to 10 years without luck. Still think this year/model is one of the 5 best cars ever designed. Drove it to the top of the speedometer a number of times and found it to be extremely stable at speed.

2006-11-04 05:26:16 | Anonymous writes:

If someone has any info about this E type 1E32642 please mail it to the original owner .Thanks in advance!

2007-12-30 12:49:15 | doc writes:

GOOD LUCK ..I HAPE IT SURFACES!!!!

2008-10-24 06:14:45 | Martin van Velzen writes:

Hello David,
Very excited to read your comment on my restoration of 1E32930! Finally I found someone who should be able to tell me the story of the black/black option offered back in 1966/67, apparantly to American customers only. The black/black color combination is not mentioned in any factory brochure or dedicated book on E-types. I only know that the original 1966 Los Angeles showcar, introducing the new 4.2L to the American market, featured the black/black option for the first time. Do you know the story why? Must be, you ordered one new yourself!
Martin van Velzen
Netherlands

2011-09-22 03:55:27 | Adrian Whiter writes:

Gooday dave, Have you had any success in finding your jag? I have recently purchased 1E33791. It is a black with black interior fhc 1966. I loved the period photos you posted. I have just started to enjoy mine after sorting a few driveline and tuning issues. It seems like a totally different car. Absolutely fantastic. I am puzzled over the black and black combo, but figured it was a special order. Good luck with your search. Adrian

2017-02-12 14:38:50 | David M. Sibrinsz writes:

Just posted a picture of one of the original keys to my 66 Etype coupe.
I've had it all these years; I still haven't found the car but hope I find the car
abandoned someplace with the key in my hand!!!

2020-01-28 04:24:09 | David M. SIbrinsz writes:

I found the last license plates for 1e32642 recently and added their picture.

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