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 1967 Bright Red
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Record Creation: Entered on 20 September 2004.

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Registered: SK 176XN

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2004-09-20 10:57:24 | pauls writes:

Car offered at auction in '04

Aution description:
Jaguar E-Type SII 4.2 2+2
For Sale by Auction Wednesday Oct 6th 2004, at -
The Octagon Theatre
Pavilion Gardens
Buxton,Derbyshire,SK17 6XN, United Kingdom

colour Red
interior colour Black
drive RHD
type Coupe
year 1967
Chassis No. 1E50480
Engine No. 7E522379
Price estimate: 8.000 - 10.000 GBP
country United Kingdom

2004-10-06 09:21:22 | pauls writes:

Additional info for above auction:
This 1967-built Jaguar E Type, a righthand drive Series 1 4.2-litre 2+2 fixed head coupe, has been in one ownership for thirty-seven years and has only been driven approximately 2300 miles since restoration.
During the rebuild, the bodywork has been slightly modified to accommodate V12 trim, having glassfibre bonnet and flared rear wheelarches. In addition, the doors and hinges were renewed and new glass fitted all round. The GT was then painted in Signal Red and all brightwork triple-plated with copper, nickel and chrome by Derby Platers. The trim and sunroof fabric were renewed, although some said to be minor interior work does need finishing with attention required to parcel trays, armrests and sunvisors.
The 4.2-litre XK motor was rebuilt and a Jaguar factory exchange gearbox fitted. Front and rear suspension and brakes were refurbished, radiator rebuilt with new thermostats and an exchange cooling fan, and heater box and core renewed along with petrol tank and speedometer. The car runs on period Magna racing alloy wheels which have been shod with new tyres, though a wire wheel has been retained to fit into the spare wheel well.
Although there are some minor cracks to the paint declared and the GRP items apparently show a little distortion, which can all easily rectified says the vendor, the monocoque is claimed to be in good order, whilst both six-cylinder engine and four-speed manual transmission are reportedly in excellent order.

2005-08-15 10:03:25 | Robert writes:

Entered H&H Clasic Auctions, Buxton 27th Jly 2005 No record of estimate or sale. Engine # 7E 52237-9

2005-08-16 10:13:50 | Robert writes:

Entered H&H Classic Auctions Buxton 27th Jly 2005 Year 1967 Engine # 7E 522379. No other record

2005-08-31 09:39:56 | pauls writes:

Results from above July '05 auction:

Lot Details
Auction Classic Cars
H&H Classic Auctions Ltd, Buxton
Type Car
Lot Number 007
Estimate £6500-£7500
Hammer Price £6200
Hammer Price (inc premium) -
Year 1967
Condition rating
Registration number GNC 21E
Mileage -
Chassis number 1E50480
Engine number 7E522379

2005-11-08 09:40:01 | L.Wooller writes:

Face lift Series 1 with original interior, engine and gearbox but Series 3 Fibre Glass bonnet (to be replaced when I can find one that I can afford) and Alloy wide wheels

2005-11-08 09:50:59 | L.S.Wooller writes:

Series 1 2+2 with original engine, gearbox and interior but with Series 3 Fibreglass bonnet (to be replaced when I can find one that I can afford) and Magna Alloy racing wheels

2005-11-14 10:40:34 | Steven D. writes:

That is quite a lot of work to convert the rear tail lights and bumpers on a S1 car to S2 or S3 specs. Are you certain the body number plate riveted behind the rear license plate area actually matches the body number found on the data plate up front and on the heritage certificate for the car?

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