Support from the Coventry Foundation: October 2023

Welcome! We're tracking 23,641 Jaguar E-Type cars, with 429,740 photos! (Learn More)
xkedata.com > cars > detail

1R41049

Browse similar cars:

< 1R41046 1R41054BW >
    
 4.2 Jaguar E-Type 
 Two Plus Two 
 Left Hand Drive 
   
 1R41049 
 7R36362-9 
 4R36133 
 KJS1379 
  
 
 1969 Black
 2012 Beige
 Work In Progress 
 Original Nashville
  
TennesseeTennessee
 Original 
United StatesUnited States
 

United StatesECR850

United States13607AA

Jaguar E-Type photo

52 more photos below

Record Creation: Entered on 5 April 2009.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Photos of 1R41049

Click slide for larger image. This car has 53 photos. (Dates are when image was uploaded.)

Exterior Photos (16)

Uploaded January 2012:

2012-01-07
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded August 2011:

2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded March 2011:

2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom
2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom
2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom
2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded April 2009:

2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom


Interior Photos (2)

Uploaded August 2011:

2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom


Details Photos: Exterior (15)

Uploaded August 2011:

2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded March 2011:

2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom
2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom
2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom
2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded April 2009:

2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom


Detail Photos: Interior (15)

Uploaded August 2011:

2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom
2011-08-24
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded March 2011:

2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom
2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom
2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom
2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded April 2009:

2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom


Detail Photos: Engine (5)

Uploaded March 2011:

2011-03-07
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded April 2009:

2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom
2009-04-05
Photo--click to zoom


Comments

We now require an email address to leave a comment. Your IP will be recorded in an effort to reduce spam. (Report problem posts here.)

2009-04-05 13:21:33 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 4/5/09
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll
Opening bid $3,500, no reserve, no bids yet 6 days left in auction.

Sellers description:
1969 XKE E-Type 2+2 Coupe
all original and matiching numbers
Car # 1R 41049
Engine #7R 363629
Body# 4R36133
GearBox # KJ51379

Two owner car - Barn Find - 57,000 original miles

Been sitting in garage since 1992 - totally complete except for missing clock and chrome around rear hatch glass

All matching numbers - 3 Keys each for doors, glove box, and ignition

Only rust is a touch at rear wheel wells, otherwise totally rust free. Bonnet is in wonderful condition inside and outside.

Rear bumpers are good, front bumper restoreable but most likely will need to be replaced

All glass and windshield have no cracks nor chips

Clear title, some cracking of paint on left front lower steel part of bonnet

All lights are working, including headlights, brights, parking, hazards, interior, tail, map, and license plate lights

Engine turns over and fuel pump is pumping weakly, but no spark at points

Steering wheel is pretty good and interior is complete except for missing clock

Has all original seat belts front and rear with sliding rear seat
Very honest easy restoration project.

$3,500 OPENING BID, NO RESERVE

4.2 liter XKE -- 57,000 Original Miles -- 4 speed with A/C

I purchased this '69 Jaguar XKE from the wife of a gentleman that had owned this car since 1977. Unfortunately, the gentleman went blind in 1991 and the car has been sitting in his garage for the past 18 years. He recently died and I bought the car from his estate.

The main thing I've done is try to clean off 18 year of dirt and evaluate the Jag. The body is without any damage and the only little bit of rust is in the rear wheel wells and it is small. The bonnet is in excellent shape. I put in a new battery and a fresh set of spark plugs in the Jag and pumped up the tires, which were all flat. All the lights came on and I was able to get the fuel pump pumping. The engine turns over freely, but there is no spark. I'm sure that with new plug wires, points, and condensor that the engine will run. The widow told me she drove car pool in the XKE up to 1991 and then opted for a bigger car. She just parked the Jag in the garage, never to use it again. The black plate with all the car's related number looks like new and all the numbers match.

So, I'm selling a project 1969 Jaguar XKE ā€œEā€ type Series II that is in need of a restoration and it is a wonderful restoration canditate. The emergency brake works and the transmission shifts. The clutch pedal and brake pedal are flat to the floor

2011-03-07 10:07:36 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 3/7/11
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1969-Jag-2-2-/170612021475
Current bid $1,525 reserve not met, 3 bids 5 days left in auction. Car now said to be in Knoxville, Tennessee. 57, miles.

Sellers description:
1969 Original E Jag 2+2
4 speed manual with A/C
Black/Tan
VIN: 1R41049
Body: 4R36133
Engine: 7R36362-9
Gear Box: KJS1379

History of Car: I am selling an original 1969 E. This car is totally original, never painted, and has every single nut and bolt that came on the car. The only two things that are missing are the clock and the chrome trim around the rear window. Everything else is there. This car was purchased new in St. Louis. At some time the original owner sold it to his neighbor across the street. The second owner pulled the car into the garage in 1991 and that is where it sat until I got it through an estate sale upon his passing in April 2009. I brought the car to Knoxville and we prepped the engine to start. It did for 15 seconds but shut off. The #6 cylinder has a bent valve and no compression.

Reason for selling: [I bought the car with the specific intention of converting it to an automatic with a Ford 302 and a modern driver. I have purchased the automatic transmission and converter, the engine conversion kit from John's Cars Dallas, and had the headers jet coated. I have decided against doing this project. If you are interested in these three conversion items we discuss an additional sale price on them.] This car is already sold, if I decide, to a parts dealer for $10,000 however I do not want to go that route. To part out a car in this condition would be a shame.

Status of car: Here is what I have done to the car: When I got it I immediately started taking out carpet, seats, etc. to see what shape the floors were in. As you can see they are great. There were two holes, one on each side up at outside corner of each front floorboard. I took the car to a professional and paid to have these spots (softball size) repaired. He did a great job. I had taken out the engine parts that allowed him access from both sides. In addition, we took out the fuel tank. It was taken to a professional for decision on condition. The tank is fine and was cleaned and sprayed with the proper lining on the interior. That is all I have done. You can see from the pictures the engine block is in car. I have taken out the seats, carpeting. I threw away the headliner and pulled off the foam and the metal is great. As for the engine, you can see that every part taken off and put in the boxes is meticulously separated and labeled. Even screws and bolts were put in medicine bottles with pieces of paper stating where they go. A pro would not need this info, but I would have to have it. And as previously mentioned, these items were taken off with the thought that most would be going to a part house after our conversion. All the items apart from the car presently can easily go in the car.

Condition of car: The body is great. The only spot needing repair is around the edge of the right rear wheel. The bonnet is great. As for interior parts, the armrest has a hole in it and the driver seat is well worn but still good enough to sit in. The rest could be brought to life with conditioning. The engine - the car has not run in 20 years. It needs to be rebuilt I would say, but a mechanic could possibly repair that cylinder valve and crank it up. All original parts are there, including 3 full sets of keys.

The camera date on the pictures showing 2005 are incorrect; they were made in Dec 2010.

This is a nice car to restore. If you buy it and come to pick it up and do not think you are getting a good deal I will give you your money back on the spot - guaranteed. I travel to Nashville often and can bring the car that far for you if that helps. In the picture you see the bonnet on a stand. It is custom made and has 4 steel casters. This comes with the car as well as two original never used mufflers that were in the car when I bought it. You also get the XKE Repair manual in the picture. As far as the title, it is an open Missouri title signed by the second owner and nothing else on the back. I have never titled it and you will be third owner. You get the bill of sale where I purchased car from her.

2011-08-24 07:00:01 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 8/24/11
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/XKE-RESTORATION-STICK-WIRES-A-C-52000-miles-/22083960378 ...
Current bid $3,600 reserve not met, 3 bids 6 days left in auction. Now said to be in Nashville, Tennessee. 52k miles.

Sellers description:
This is a one owner 52,000 mile, stick, wire, and air conditioned,XKE 2+2 for restoration. The car is believed to have original paint and original engine. The paint is bad and the engine has a bent valve. The car was stripped of the interior in search of rust, very, very little was found, just at the drain holes. The components attached to the engine were removed for removal of the engine in order to make a V8 conversion. Praise the Jaguar Gods, the intention changed. The car is complete with the exception of the clock and the chrome trim for the rear hatch. The body gaps are good,the body panels are straight. This is a car that has tremendous upside potential for the man that wants to perform the restoration. Great Bones for restoration. If you have been looking for a restoration project that is not a bondo bucket.

2011-09-02 07:05:45 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 9/2/11
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/XKE-RESTORATION-STICK-WIRES-A-C-52000-miles-/22084509583 ...
Current bid $3,500 reserve not met, 1 bid 9 days left in auction. Buy it now price $15,500.

Previous auction ended at $7,877 reserve not met after 10 bids.

2011-10-25 08:15:11 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 10/25/11
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/XKE-RESTORATION-STICK-WIRES-A-C-52000-miles-/22088044095 ...
Current bid $3,727 reserve not met, 3 bids 9 days left in auction. Buy it now price $15,500.

Previous auction ended at $8,300 reserve not met after 13 bids.

2012-01-07 16:45:08 | Bruce Fahnestock writes:

as of 12-2012 car is in process of restoration

You may leave a comment. (Comments are subject to our site terms.)

Spam prevention question (must be answered):
The father of jokes about warm beer and smoke escaping from wires is Joseph Lucas. Lucas died of typhoid after drinking infected water in Naples in 1902.

What disease did Lucas succumb to?

Your name (optional):

Your email:
Your comment: