|4.2 Jaguar E-Type||Opalescent Silver Grey|
|Two Plus Two||Dark Blue|
|Left Hand Drive|
|Jaguar Cars New York|
|2 May 1966|
|6 April 1966||United States|
|1966||Opalescent Silver Grey|
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Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2003.
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Owner: Terje Foss
Imported from US to Norway in 1996. Owned by me since then.Totally mechanicle rebuild by my self.
Updated August 3rd, 2008. Not legal proof of ownership.
Photos of 1E75347
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Exterior Photos (5)
Uploaded August 2008:
Uploaded March 2005:
Uploaded January 2003:
Interior Photos (1)
Detail Photos: Engine (3)
Restoration Photos: Front Suspension (1)
Restoration Photos: Brakes (2)
Restoration Photos: Engine (4)
Restoration Photos: Carbs (1)
Restoration Photos: Rear Axle (2)
Restoration Photos: Electrical (2)
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2003-02-07 08:37:06 | Terje Foss writes:
Imported to Norway 1996 from Huntsville Allabama.Body is restored in U.S.
Totally mechanical restored by my self. Uprated Coopercraft brakes and Lumenition
2003-11-17 07:33:47 | Peter Crespin writes:
I have the car 8 numbers before yours, made on april 5th 1966 (1E75339). I have the car in pices as you can see from the XKE data site. It was imported in pices i believe in about 1990 and i am starting to buy parts to put it back together. I notice there is no clutch bottle on your engine shot. Is yours an automatic? Is the gearbox number the same type for autos as manuals?
If you have any interior shots - especially of the upper interior or rear compartment that would be nice as my car is just a bare shell. with some of the trim missing in the boxes of trim. I am especially interested in how the rear wheel arches were covered as I have no old trim to copy.
Thanks and congratulations on such a nice car. It has made me more enthusiastic to do mine!
2005-11-04 07:02:26 | Peter Crespin writes:
Either the car number is wrong (the BW suffix is missing) or the gearbox is not original. You can't have an automatic car and a non-automatic car number and both be called 'original'. Still a nice car mind you! Shame there are no interior shots.
2005-12-13 06:14:52 | Terje Foss writes:
Sorry that I missed your comments. Have not visited the side for long time.
Yes it is an orginal automatic. The BW suffix are just missing on this side. All the numbers match the Jaguar Harritage certificate.
How are your prosject going on?
2019-09-13 06:42:55 | TERJE FOSS writes:
New e- mail address.