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1E50138

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Record Creation: Entered on 15 March 2004.

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2004-09-13 21:23:29 | pauls writes:

Car was sold at auction in London, UK in '04
www.motorbase.com/auctionlot/by-id/1967063511/

Auction description:
Jaguar E Type S1 4.2 2+2 Coupé
Overview
In excellent condition both cosmetically and mechanically as the vendor has always kept the car under cover and it has continued to receive periodic maintenance

Lot Details
Auction Sports Touring Motor Cars
Coys, Business Design Centre, Islington
Type Car
Lot Number 336
Estimate £11000-£14000
Hammer Price (inc premium) £14115
Year 1966
Condition rating 1
Registration number JNL 6D
Mileage -
Chassis number 1E50138

2004-09-23 10:31:45 | pauls writes:

Additional description from the above auction:
www.coys.co.uk/auctions/lot.php

This fine and resplendent Jaguar we offer here is one such example, built 8th June and dispatched 20th July 1966 to Rossleigh Ltd. in Newcastle, this genuine right hand drive 2+2 E type remains a matching number car, finished in British Racing Green with a tan leather interior it is fitted with a manual gearbox and features a Webasto sunroof. The subject of a comprehensive restoration which was completed in 1997 this car had something approaching £40,000 spent during this time and comes complete with a large file containing details of the restoration and receipts for this work. Many extra features were added to enhance the specification of the car and include a stainless steel ‰­÷competition style‰­ª exhaust, series 3 style chrome wire wheels and the fitment of an air conditioning system. Having been the beneficiary of such an exorbitant restoration the car still remains in excellent condition both cosmetically and mechanically as the vendor has always kept the car under cover and it has continued to receive periodic maintenance.

Certainly the most desirable of all the 2+2 models this E type represents a remarkable opportunity to acquire a very fine example at a fraction of the rebuild cost, as indicated by the estimate here. A highly useable fast touring car with the added benefit of some great refinements it comes with an MoT until November 2004 and the afore mentioned history file, a handsome and ready to go example of Jaguars most iconic E Type sports car.

2013-03-02 08:06:39 | Roger McKinnon writes:

I have recently purchased this car. Until late last year, I believe it was owned by Richard Buck, who lived at Jacksonville, Florida. He sold it to a dealer, Steve's British Connection, I think in Illinois, who then sold it to Robert Johnson of Chapel End cars in England. I bought the car from Robert. It is now in Blairgowrie, Victoria, Australia. I would love to be able to contact any previous owners and in particular try to aquire the History File as mentioned in the Coy's Auction file. I would also like to find out details of the air conditoning system as most of the labels are indestinct. Cheers, Roger

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