|4.2 Jaguar E-Type||Signal Red|
|Open Two Seater||Beige|
|Left Hand Drive||Black|
|1 June 1970||Nicaragua|
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Record Creation: Entered on 8 November 2007.
Database Updates: Show dataplate edits
Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"
Photos of 1R13914
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Exterior Photos (8)
Uploaded January 2012:
Interior Photos (1)
Details Photos: Exterior (3)
Detail Photos: Interior (3)
Detail Photos: Engine (4)
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2007-11-10 10:56:02 | mike Powers writes:
Engine and gearbox number appear to be correct for this car, bu the body # (4R7930)appears to be over a month or more earlier in the production or 700 Vin #s earlier. Could the owner contact me about this please. It appears that the vin # or the body # is incorrect.
2012-01-10 10:00:55 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 1/10/12
Opening bid $35,000 reserve not met, no bids yet 6 days left in auction. Buy it now price $68,000. 82k miles.
This is a complete restoration of a superb numbers matching series 2, 4.2 liter E type Jaguar convertible roadster with Jaguar's Heritage Trust Certificate # 11388.
All restoration was done with meticulous care including outstanding black paint & perfect fitting red interior. All chrome redone with gloss, top & frame fitting exactly.
Engine bay, front suspension, cooling system, fittings & other mechanical components are correct with proper fit & function as originally designed. Underneath components including frame, exhaust system, suspension, steering ect. are properly done & as new exceptionally well.
A truly fine example of a vintage Jaquar XKE. This vehicle is located in sunny Camden, South Carolina 29020.
2019-08-13 12:18:29 | Joel Godbey writes:
I am more than surprised to see the “1R13914 number ascribed to another car other than the one which currently sits in my garage. I am the second owner of this car from new and have owned it since 1972. Any insight into how this has occurred?
2019-08-14 19:35:09 | John S writes:
Do you have a heritage certificate?
Does your cars numbers match the above numbers?
did you read the above old posts?
usually an owner submits an incorrect vin and it is never caught, until the real car tries to register his car.
and the vin could have been hijacked and placed on another car.
just trying to help. John S