|4.2 Jaguar E-Type||British Racing Green|
|Fixed Head Coupe||Suede Green|
|Left Hand Drive|
|Jaguar Cars, New York|
|10 July 1967|
|20 June 1967|
|Work In Progress|
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Record Creation: Entered on 17 December 2015.
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2016-03-15 19:12:18 | XKE Data writes:
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2018-01-24 20:03:38 | XKE Data writes:
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Owner: Nick Smith
My first E Type and 3rd classic car. My other current classic is a TR6 which I hillclimb and sprint in the TR Register Championship.(email)
Updated March 7th, 2016. Not legal proof of ownership.
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2015-12-13 13:14:51 | Lofty writes:
For sale on eBay uk
Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Series 1 PETROL MANUAL 1964/4
Sunroof, Full Leather, Late series 1 - chassis number 1E34474, one of the last 100 series 1 cars made before the later series 1.5.
The Jaguar E-Type is a classic British sports car combining both beauty and performance. This is an original example series 1 Jaguar 4.2 complete with wire wheels. This 1964 model has completed 51,417 miles and has had 4 previous owners. This original vehicle is prime for restoration and an excellent investment.
Note : tis car appears to be mis-described since it clearly is a Series 1.5 car e.g. S2 bonnet and therefore must be later than 1964
2015-12-27 22:28:09 | Peter Ingram writes:
F/S in JEC Magazine Jan 2016 p.125 confirms 1967 which accords with chassis number
2016-03-07 12:29:00 | Nick Smith writes:
I bought the car as a driver and intend to drive it a lot! It's quite scruffy but a very original/honest 11/4, converted to RHD, with 51,000 miles showing, and having sadly only done 1500 of those miles in the last 15 years. The car is structurally rust free and the paint is shiny but poorly prepared and the bottom of both doors are blowing slightly. I don't have a heritage certificate yet, but looking at other similar numbered cars I think it was built in June/July 1967, just before the American engines converted to Strombergs.
2018-01-13 18:03:30 | Nick Smith writes:
My first e type.
2018-01-13 22:42:24 | Nick Smith writes:
I needed to change the clutch, so whipped the engine out, then decided the engine frames needed painting and the wiring was a little tatty. So I took the engine frames off, but found one corner rusted.....so striped the whole car.
Its now january 2018 and the car is nearly ready to go for a full soda blast in Wolverhampton. The overall condition is very good. There is virtually no evidence of body damage, and almost all the interior (apart from new floors, cills and rear mudguards) is in the original British Racing Green.
The car will be repainted in the current Carmen Red,
Estimated completion 2019 - lets see....!