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2010-08-01 07:06:16 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 8/1/10
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-Jaguar-E-Type-One-Owner-Low-Miles-/1304162 ...
Car has a buy it now price of $8,900 for 4 days.

Sellers description:
One Owner low Mileage 1969 Jaguar Coupe, 4 Speed. There is no rust on this car except very little under the battery.
This car spend most of its live in the garage. The interior is all original and therefore the condition is accordingly but still usable.
Engine is in great condition with no mechanical problems. Car drives surprisingly good.
The tires are old, paint is good, original color was beige or similar. The car is a driver.
Rare 4 speed is much better than automatics. Recent work done included brakes, cleaned carburetors, new battery.
Vin is 1R41415 Engine is 7R36713-9, transmission is KJS1499.
This is a 40 years old car and will need TLC.

2019-03-18 06:19:00 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 3/18/19

www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Jaguar-E-Type/223451637402

Current bid: $10,099 reserve not met 2 bids 6 bids 6 days left in auction seller bali-hi, 59k miles.

Seller's description:

This E-Type, chassis # 1R41415, Series 2, 2+2 coupe, six cylinder 4.2L, manual transmission, comes to you as a matching numbers example that was delivered new to the previous owner who lived in Texas/Florida. The car has about 59,850 miles. I am the second owner in southeast Michigan and have owned the car since 2010. Once in Michigan, it was only driven in the summer, and spends its winters in a heated garage. When delivered to the original owner it was pale primrose, but he had it painted the Jag correct regency red. The interior is a somewhat uncommon Cinnamon color.

The car has had a lot of recent restoration. Cosmetically it shows as a presentable car, but by no means should be considered a show car. Below is a plus/minus list of the car and the work that has been performed on it. In the summer time, I used this Jag many days to drive to work (50 miles round trip).

Pluses

·        The original tool bag and tools comes with the car.

·        The original literature from the original owner is included. This has the oil change and service reports from the late 1960’s into the 1970’s, super cool!!

·        The original owner metal stamped tag is also included. This is very rare!!

·        I have found no visible rust on the car. It is a very solid car. I have done no repairs for rust.

·        The original owner installed a new fuel pump.

·        The master brake cylinder was rebuilt about 4 months ago.

·        A new clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder were installed about 1 year ago.

·        The car has the correct Vredestein tires, 185HR15. These were purchased by me and have about 3000 miles on them.

·        New Dayton wire wheels (4) were purchased about two years ago. These are very nice!

·        I replaced the Series 2 knockoffs with new Series 1 style knockoffs.

·        The knockoff tool comes with the car.

·        The radiator was removed, cleaned, rodded, pressure tested, and painted by a local radiator shop. It has no leaks that I’m aware of.

·        The radiator fans and housing were cleaned and painted.

·        The front shocks were changed about 5 years ago.

·        The front rotors and pads were replaced about 5 years ago.

·        The front wheel bearings were changed about 5 years ago.

·        A new heater core was purchased. The heater box was removed, sandblasted and painted about five years ago.  

·       The heater blower motor was changed out to the “Fiero heater motor upgrade” This was done because the original blower is very weak (a known defect with jags, see jaglovers for further explanations). The original motor will come with the car, if the new owner wishes to convert back.

The engine head was removed and refurbished. The head deck was cleaned and trued, the valve seats were grounded, the head flushed of all build-up, the right size valve shims were installed, new valve seals installed, and the head was refitted to the block with all new SS head bolts and SS nuts. This work was done about 6 years ago. The cylinder walls were inspected at the time and no wear was found, so no cylinder block work was done. The engine is clean and runs very strong with great oil pressure.

·        The valve covers were cleaned and painted.

·        Front bumpers and rear bumpers have been re-chromed, about seven years ago. They are very nice with no pits.

·        The body rubber was replaced between the front and rear bumpers.

·       The front headlight surrounds were re-chromed about seven years ago.

·        The front window trim was re-chromed about seven years ago.

·        The windshield washer fluid feed lines were replaced about three years ago. The washer does work.

·        The twin Stromberg carburetors were rebuilt about seven years ago. The carburetors work well, and the car idles around 750 RPM. 

·        All the glass is original with no visible problems.

·        All lights work (headlights, turn signal, brake, and interior).

·        There are no known electrical issues. Electrical problems are common in these Jags.

·        The front seats have been reupholstered with the correct leather. The rear seats are original and were not changed because they were not in bad condition.

·        The glove box between the front seats was reupholstered.

·        The sun visors have been reupholstered.

·        All seat belts are original.

·        New spark plugs, rotor and spark plug wires.

·        The rear hatch rubber was replaced.

·        The hood rubber by the dash has been replaced.

·        The rear silencers were replaced about six years ago.

·        The driveshaft was removed cleaned and had new u-joints (2) installed about three years ago.

·        The rear end was removed and refurbished about four years ago. The rear bearings were changed, new GAZ spring and shocks were added, new body rubber mounts were added, all u-joints (4) on the half shafts were changed, half shaft painted, and new pads on the rear brakes.

Now the minuses:

·        The paint job is not great, it’s a “20-footer”. See current photos in this auction.

·        The engine leaks oil. My guess is the rear seal, not sure.

·        The car had air conditioning at one time. The compressor and coil are missing. The vents are still in the interior. As a sport car, I never worried about having air conditioning.

·        The headliner is stained. I have purchased new headliner material, that I will include. I have not had the time to install it yet.

·        The car has a modern stereo (an Alpine) and modern speakers installed. This could be considered a plus.

·        The rear seat is original leather, but it does have some stains.

·        There are two broken corners on the rear exhaust manifold where it bolted to the downpipe. The exhaust is original, except for the tailpipe silencers. It seems ok, but is original as far as I can tell.

·        The steering wheel is original, and the wood could use refinishing.

·        All dashboard buttons are original and a little tried looking.

·        The carpet on the driver side is gone. All other carpet is original, and in decent condition.

·        The driver side inside SS door trim is not on. I have the piece of trim, but it is bent. It will be included.

·        The thermoswitch to control the radiator cooling fans does not work. The cooling fans are controlled by a switch on the dashboard.

·        The heater bypass tubes in the dash are no longer present, the heater valve is missing and the heater core is not connected.

Overall, I am offering a great, reliable E-Type, with a lot of mechanical restoration inside and out; this is an excellent opportunity for any enthusiast.

2019-03-25 06:34:12 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 3/25/19

www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Jaguar-E-Type/223459755011

Current bid: $19,600 reserve not met 10 bids 6 days left in auction, buy it now price $29,950 same seller.

Previous auction ended at $20,100 reserve not met after 10 bids.

2019-05-24 06:33:17 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:

www.motoexotica.com/inventory/listing/1969-jaguar-e-type-4-2-series-ii-22/

Seller's description:

Four-speed manual transmission with 3.54 gearing

Opalescent Maroon (code 2662) exterior with Cinnamon Connolly Leather interior

Documentation includes original operating maintenance and service handbook, original Passport to Service, carrying case, original, fold-out chassis diagram with maintenance intervals and lubrication guide, and other information

This big cat despite being 50 years old, has most of its nine lives remaining. Its slinky, shapely body still captures attention, even in 2+2 form. This E-Type is one of 5,326 examples made between 1968 and 1971 and was made in Jaguar’s Coventry, England factory.

Finished in Opalescent Maroon (code 2662), the car’s paint and trim are in overall very good order, with only minor blemishes visible upon close inspection. The car’s bodywork is straight and solid and its curved, chrome bumpers look fantastic as they blend with the body lines. The car’s engine bay is very tidy, the battery appears to be new, the cargo area is in very good order.

This Jag rolls on Vredstein Sprint Classic radials, size 185 HR15 at all four wheels. Each radial is mounted to a factory wire wheel. The wheels and tires remain in overall very good order.

Under the massive bonnet is Jaguar’s 4.2L straight six-cylinder engine. The engine is easily identified visually by the change from smooth polished cam covers to a more industrial “ribbed” appearance. It was de-tuned in the US with twin Strombergs and larger valve clearances, but in the UK retained triple SUs and the much tighter valve clearances.

Inside, the car’s Cinnamon Connolly leather seats are in very good order, while the matching Wilton wool carpet is in good, original order, as is the neutral-colored headliner. The thin-rimmed, three-spoke steering wheel with its circular holes in the spokes is symbolic of the “mod” era. The Cinnamon inner door panels and contrasting black instrument panel are all in very good order. Completing the interior are the floor shifter and an Alpine AM/FM stereo with cassette deck.

Documentation includes original operating maintenance and service handbook, original Passport to Service, carrying case, original, fold-out chassis diagram with maintenance intervals and lubrication guide, and other information.

Competition to this E-Type in 1969 included AMC’s AMX and Javelin coupes, Chevrolet’s Camaro and Corvette, De Tomaso’s Mangusta, Dodge’s Charger, Ford’s Mustang, Iso’s Grifo and Rivolta, Lotus’ Elan S4, Mercury’s Cougar and Cyclone, Shelby’s Mustang GT 350, Plymouth’s Barracuda, Pontiac’s Firebird and Porsche’s 911S coupe.

British car collectors, Jaguar collectors or those who want something unique to add to their collection should do themselves a favor and stop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to view this ’69 E-Type 2+2.

VIN: 1R41415

EIN: 7R36713-9

TIN: KJS1499

Body#: 4R56644

This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 59,845 miles.

2019-05-25 06:51:40 | pauls writes:

Ebay listing same car and seller:

www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Jaguar-E-Type-2-2/233237530323

Current bid: $7,877 reserve not met 2 bids 9 days left in auction.

2019-06-07 07:12:55 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 6/7/19

www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Jaguar-E-Type-2-2/233249528985

Car has a buy it now price of $54,875 for 9 days, same seller.

Previous auction ended at $31,000 reserve not met after 17 bids.

2019-06-18 07:11:00 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 6/18/19

www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Jaguar-E-Type-2-2/383011324283

Current bid:$3,750 reserve not met 6 bids, 9 days left in auction, same seller.

2019-08-22 07:00:21 | pauls writes:

Car returns to eba 8/22/19

www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Jaguar-E-Type-2-2/392392079903

Car has a buy it now price of $45,900 for 9 days, same seller.

Previous auction ended at $25,100.00 27 bids.

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