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1S50362

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Record Creation: Entered on 19 June 2009.

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Heritage Notes

PEV529K

Owner: Rob Calcott

I live in Perth, Western Australia, with my wife Moira and mother of our four adult children (all married off). My passion with Jaguars started as a 10 year old admiring a neighbours early MK2, in Gisborne, New Zealand. I bought an immaculate 65 Mk2 3.4 MOD (167410DN), when I was about 20. After many other Jags in between, this Mk2 followed us to Australia and had a concourse restoration completed a few years ago, ready for several family weddings. I have a number of classic Jags, including the Series 1 (restored) and a Series 3 E Type undergoing restoration at present. Now semi retired, I enjoy repairing cars with my boys and share their interests in classic cars. We have learnt over many years to tackle most repairs ourselves. We do not lack too much equipment to do so, including a low bake booth. My passion for these classics was restored rebuilding my Mk2, which is much admired when it is out and about. "You might think my car is a classic, but my real treasure is in Heaven".

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Updated February 27th, 2016. Not legal proof of ownership.

Photos of 1S50362

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Exterior Photos (10)

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Details Photos: Exterior (6)

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Detail Photos: Other (3)

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Restoration Photos: Stripdown (1)

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Restoration Photos: Metalwork (1)

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Restoration Photos: Paint (8)

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Restoration Photos: Rear Axle (1)

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Restoration Photos: Interior (1)

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2009-06-19 07:47:45 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 6/19/09
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-V12-2-2-1971-V12-XKE-RH-Drive-Manual-2-2_W ...
Current bid $2,025 reserve not met, 3 bids 6 days left in auction.

Sellers description:
I bought the car from the second owner in 1984. This is a right hand drive vehicle. Full bare metal restoration took place in the UK in 1984 including new door skins and new hood/bonnet. The car was rustproofed by Ziebart in 1984. There is some surface rust on the underside of the car. Car was repainted Jaguar Midnight Blue. This car was imported into the US from the UK in 1985. The car has been stored for the last 14 years. Engine turns over but no spark, therefore will not start.

The condition of the body is generally good, with a couple of dings - shown in the photos. The car was hit from behind and there is a ding in the rear bumper. Similarly there is a small scrape on the front left fender/wing - both clearly shown in photos. There is a small patch of rust behind the rear left wheel that can be seen in the photos. The condition of the interior is fair and consistent with the car's age. The leather is slightly worn, but there are no cracks. The headliner needs replaced. The front carpets are missing. The chrome bumpers and wheels will need some work or replaced. The car comes with a cover.

There is a large folder of information showing service records back into the 70s with a pretty clear record of mileage over time. I am very comfortable that the mileage is accurate.

2009-06-19 13:30:46 | Jagman writes:

70,482 MILES, ON EBAY 06/09, SELLER WRITES: I bought the car from the second owner in 1984. This is a right hand drive vehicle. Full bare metal restoration took place in the UK in 1984 including new door skins and new hood/bonnet. The car was rustproofed by Ziebart in 1984. There is some surface rust on the underside of the car. Car was repainted Jaguar Midnight Blue. This car was imported into the US from the UK in 1985. The car has been stored for the last 14 years. Engine turns over but no spark, therefore will not start.

The condition of the body is generally good, with a couple of dings - shown in the photos. The car was hit from behind and there is a ding in the rear bumper. Similarly there is a small scrape on the front left fender/wing - both clearly shown in photos. There is a small patch of rust behind the rear left wheel that can be seen in the photos. The condition of the interior is fair and consistent with the car's age. The leather is slightly worn, but there are no cracks. The headliner needs replaced. The front carpets are missing. The chrome bumpers and wheels will need some work or replaced. The car comes with a cover.

There is a large folder of information showing service records back into the 70s with a pretty clear record of mileage over time. I am very comfortable that the mileage is accurate.

Should you wish specific (additional) photos, I may be able to take these over the weekend.

Should the buyer wish to repatriate the vehicle to the UK, I would be willing to help.

2009-07-07 03:12:03 | Rob Calcott writes:

This car is now off to Perth, Western Australia along with 1E50921BW. It will have an immaculate restoration and become part of our collection of classic Jags.
Rob Calcott

2009-11-04 08:27:11 | Rob C writes:

Car running again, mechanically excellent & tight, complete car, body sound but needs some dings knocked out & a respray, interior & leather exceptionally original & mint, will be a great basis for an immaculate & nicely restored car.

2010-02-05 18:36:02 | Rob Calcott writes:

Restoration has commenced. Car is completely mobile again & runs strong, will shortly be stripped for restoration. Body is in amazing condition for a 38 year old car & really only requires some minor repairs, dents knocked out & respray. Interior is original, requires minor tidy, immaculate for age.

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