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Record Creation: Entered on 2 November 2013.

 

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2013-11-01 06:46:48 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 11/1/13
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-2-2-COUPE-1967-jaguar-xke-series-1-coupe-2-2-4-2- ...
Current bid $27,000 reserve not met, 1 bid 6 days left in auction. 57k miles.

Sellers description:
1967 Jaguar XKE series I 2+2 - 57,000 miles 4 speed

1967 Jaguar that is basically untouched, the odometer displays 57,000 miles

This car is a very good older restoration , it has kept very well, had a dry heated garage for the last 20 years, same owner, and has very well kept interior that has remains ply-able and clean with very nice patina. The original wheels have no visible rust (refer to Pictures) This car runs well and drives very well, but we did not want to restore it because we didn't want to mask the originality of the car. We did uncover a very small rust issue in the lower front corner of the drivers foot well, but the car has a nice dry, honest, good sound integrity. The 4 speed transmission works as designed, the car drives straight and all the lights work, in fact it still has the original Lucas sealed beams in it and all original chrome. We did not highway test the car and we are selling it as is. We recognize that some buyers want to see the car as it is and do whatever level of restoration they feel justified. We are a restoration shop but we appreciate untouched cars and we have decided to let this car go as is. But hear that the car runs and drives, shifts brakes as designed.

the car needs a center muffler which was new when the car was done 20 years ago, but seems to have a lose baffle.

There are some slight paint issues in the hood. (from the exhaust heat) This does not look to be rust just a few paint imperfections.. See the pictures to see this.

Engine number is 7E5057E505319

Body Number: 4E5Q505

Gearbox Number: EJ8285

Look at the pictures closely, .

Other more specific notes:

The car has a period correct vintage wood Mota Lita steering wheel that has been on this car over 20 years and that is in great condition.

the wheels are all original wheels and are in very very good condition

the transmission sounds good shifts well, seems fine

the clutch works well, no chatter, seems fine

this car is sold with a Connecticut Registration and paperwork, -

it is as is. we are a Jaguar Repair Facility and we know these cars.

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