|4.2 Jaguar E-Type||Signal Red|
|Open Two Seater||Black|
|Left Hand Drive||Black|
|British Leyland Mtrs NY|
|28 August 1970|
|17 August 1970||United States|
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Record Creation: Entered on 3 April 2016.
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RN/16/122/CD1 Refer to this locator on all correspondence
Owner: John MacLeod
'71 S2 E-type OTS owner since
Updated October 1st, 2017. Not legal proof of ownership.
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2015-09-23 07:22:41 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 9/23/15
Car has a buy it now price of $95,000 for 6 days. Seller skigal7815
1971 Jaguar E-Type Series II Roadster Convertible - Beautiful!!
66,100 original miles, this is a collectors dream. I bought it 14 years with 63,906 miles on it - been keeping it in safe storage and driving monthly for 14 years.
I am the 3rd owner in 44 years. I have documentation of past owners names and some service records from precious owners.
I have: All service records since my ownership in 2001, Original Operating manual for car as well as Workshop maintenance and repair manual, The Complete Official Jaguar "E" manual, plus many collector pages from Road and Track magazine from 1952-1961 on Jaguar XK-E types.
The only one upgrade made to enhance reliability and performance was replacing the Stromberg dual carburetors with the beautiful K & N triple carburetors on it now. It ran like a whole new car after this enhancement.
This is a must see to believe car! Fully serviced, turnkey ready for show and you to drive!. It starts and runs unbelievable.
Matching numbers : VIN #2R14451 Body #4R9242 Engine #7R437299 Gear Box #KE16452
Exterior Color: Signal Red in color Interior: Black Leather (no rips or tears)
Black Convertible top (Like new -- no rips, tears or wear)
Original tool kit.
All Maintenance records. Owner's Manual and vintage service books included
2015-10-14 14:07:43 | pauls writes:
Car returns to ebay 10/14/15
Car has a buy it now price of $89,000 for 6 days.
Previous listing received no offers.
2016-07-06 11:24:12 | John MacLeod writes:
Car purchased by John MacLeod and shipped covered transport from Denver CO in April 2016 to V-12 Motorsports in Indian Trail NC. Inspected & serviced, driven home by current owner.
2017-06-11 23:25:51 | John Macleod writes:
Over the past year, in addition to normal maintenance, the following repairs/replacements were made:
New fuel line to carbs
New IRS mounts
New exhaust mounts
Surface rust removed around battery and below drivers door sill
New battery hold down tray and cables
New brake reservoir caps and cork floats
New bump stops
New radiator, reservoir caps and foam
New rear bonnet grill
Cam covers refinished and resealed
New hood tie downs
New tire hold down
New hammer, owners manual and pouch
One cooling fan replaced
New rear view mirror and rod
New clutch, clutch master, soft lines, and rebuilt slave
Reaction valve cleaned and lubed, new plastic body
New front and reartrans seals, trans mount rubber, engine mounts and rear stabilizer rubber
New stainless exhaust system
New soft brake lines and tree new hard lines
New gas tank vent pipe
Rebuilt carbon cannister
New air cleaner and plenum setup
Correct plug wires, caps, guides and brackets
New ashtray leaper, choke pull, shift knob and chrome cone nut
Newdecals for battery, seatbelt, coil, and cam cover
New chrome halotron extinghisher and mount
New front jack block installed
Tach rebuilt by neisonger
Speedo cable relaced and angle drive rebuilt
New front hood seal and cantrail rubbers
Two new Dayton wheels, one wheel and tire rebalanced by Hendrix
Four new Dunlop tires
Front tag mech removed, rubber plug installed
Koolcat switch installed
New fan relay
Backup lights straightened
New reconditioned jack
S1 crankcase breather setup installed to plenum
New dz rotor
New accelerator pedal
New shift lever bushings
Footwell carpets unglued
Footwell jack deformation repaired with dolly and hammer
Correct rebuilt starter installed
Hazard switch connections cleaned to repair turn signals
New vacuum hoses
Choke and accelerator linkages adjusted
2017-06-11 23:27:08 | John MacLeod writes:
Not new radiator (above typo) - new radiator cap. Radiator is original copper.
New fuel sender
New Amco floormats
New mirror top fixing
New IRS stabilizer arm bolts and safety wiring