|4.2 Jaguar E-Type|
|Two Plus Two|
|Left Hand Drive|
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Record Creation: Entered on 2 January 2023.
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Details Photos: Exterior (7)
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Detail Photos: Engine (1)
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2023-01-02 22:24:00 | pauls writes:
Car offered at:
1967 Jaguar E Type
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: green
title status: clean
Extremely original 1967 Jaguar E Type. Original paint, original interior, 4 speed, air conditioning, matching numbers engine, power steering and chrome wire wheels. This would have been about the most expensive E Type you could have bought in 1967.
Floors are great. It has a rock solid body other than driver's quarter panel / rocker and some in the nose. It is a very correct car.
It was wrecked on the driver's front decades ago, some repairs were made and then it was put into storage. It should be completely restored, but it is an excellent starting point. The engine is matching numbers, but it is stuck.
If you want a Series 1 E Type on a budget this may be your car. Please contact me for more information. Trades considered. I can help arrange delivery.
Driven Man Motors llc
2023-04-19 19:21:17 | Ron stephenson writes:
I just looked at the title,and the VIN reads: 71E77551. Something is wrong here. It would be nice to straighten this out before I go for a new title
2023-04-19 19:21:45 | Ron stephenson writes:
2023-04-27 12:07:54 | Ron stephenson writes:
I bought this car recently and it is indeed what was advertised. I was not prepared for the under-hood, as it had not been touched in many years. The front frame rails had been replaced, and they took no care in doing that,as most wires in the harness were cut or torn out of the way, as was the hoses and vacuum lines, as well as the brake system. All apart. I just went by the pictures (big mistake when buying a car) and bought it sight unseen. Two different vin numbers; obviously a mistake or misreading of the ID plate. No big deal, as the car must be inspected in my state, and the new, Kentucky title will be correct.
2023-05-10 08:23:41 | Ron stephenson writes:
I am the new owner, and just finished the title application and the new title is on the way. It is registered in Kentucky. I have done nothing to the car, and it is 'as delivered' and ready for someone to make it nice again. Really a good car to start on.