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1E35394

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Record Creation: Entered on 19 May 2003.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Owner: Kirk Phillips

My wife and I live in Overland park with two kids, a dog, the E and a soon to be complete concours restoration of a '62 Austin healey 3000 BT7. My first British car was a '67 Sprite that my Dad and I restored to driver level as my very first car.

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Updated October 22nd, 2003. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2003-08-20 16:08:36 | Steven D. writes:

Car currently listed on EBay:

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Description

Jaguar : XKE
1968 XKE Coupe 4.2

Miles: 70000 Doors: 2 doors
Transmission: Manual Interior: Burgundy/Maroon
Engine: 6 - Cyl. Year: 1968
VIN Number: 1E35394 Exterior: Burgundy/Maroon

Vehicle Description: THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL ONE OWNER 1968 JAGUAR XKE 4.2. IT HAS FACTORY A/C, NEW STAINLESS STEEL BRAKES, COMPLETE STAINLESS STEEL EXHAUST, ALL NEW A/C HOSES, A/C SYSTEM SERVICED AND WORKING. MICHELIN VXS 185 R 15 TIRES WITH LESS THAN 10000 MILES.

Vehicle Condition: CAR IS EXCELLANT FOR DRIVING IN RALLIES OR TAKING TO SMALL SHOWS.

2003-08-20 16:15:59 | Steven D. writes:

Added location and colors to the above data. Will upload pics from auction.

2003-10-14 17:35:32 | Kirk Phillips writes:

I ended up buying this car and will update the data. As it turns out, this was truely a one owner car that when I inspected it felt as though I had timewarped to September 1967 when the car was first purchased. Car has original owners manuals and literature including air conditioning instructions, etc. Also has original Blaupunkt radio. Most interesting to me was that it had 14 of the original 16 fuses (including spares) that had the original Lucas paper inserts! Car has been resprayed twice in a more eyepleasing maroon versus it's original dull maroon color. I plan on obtaining an Heritage certificate to confirm build dates, serial numbers, etc. but don't really expect any surprises. Only things missing were original jack and tool roll so am looking for replacements. This car was really pampered and is a joy to drive!

2004-09-09 20:23:33 | Kirk Phillips writes:

The Heritage certificate only specifies an exterior color of "Maroon". while no first owner is listed on the certiicate, I do have the original Passport to Service booklet indicating that the car was sold to Bob Moore Leasing, Inc. located in Wichita, Kansas and shows a delivery date of September 19, 1968. The selling dealer was Continental Motors, Inc. located at 333 S. Broadway, Wichita, KS 67202

2005-08-22 12:39:07 | Steven D. writes:

Car was located in Overland Park, KS prior to Kirk's purchase.

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