We could use a donation or three! Click to learn more.

Welcome! We're tracking 21,169 Jaguar E-Type cars, with 303,072 photos! (Learn More)
xkedata.com > cars > detail

850067

Browse similar cars:

< 850066 850068 >
    
 3.8 Jaguar E-Type 
 Open Two Seater 
 Right Hand Drive 
   
 850067 
 R1244-9 
 850067 
  
  
 
 1961 Carmen Red
 2018 Black
 Work In Progress 
 Original 
  Buckinghamshire
 Original 
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
 

United KingdomJHC999

Jaguar E-Type photo

4 more photos below

Record Creation: Entered on 3 April 2018.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

 

Photos of 850067

Click slide for larger image. This car has 5 photos. (Dates are when image was uploaded.)

Exterior Photos (2)

Uploaded November 2013:

2013-11-08
Photo--click to zoom
2013-11-08
Photo--click to zoom


Detail Photos: Engine (3)

Uploaded January 2014:

2014-01-05
Photo--click to zoom
2014-01-05
Photo--click to zoom
2014-01-05
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.)

2013-11-08 11:16:21 | Geoff Shipton writes:

I came across the original logbook for this car which I owned for a couple of years around 1970. I believe it must be among the first ever built. So I thought I would pass on the details. I have photos if anyone is interested.
Geoff

2013-11-13 21:46:06 | Geoff Shipton writes:

Hi all, I bought the car in the Guildford area March 1971. Ran it for about 2 years with several runs to Scotland and Wales it was particularly good in the snow thanks to the limited slip diff. Very quick, never made the claimed 150 but saw 140+ (if you could trust the speedo). On the road to Anglesey, I hit a truck. We transplanted the engine into Dads MK2 2.4 which, with the original diff had acceleration that made your eyes water. The E type was a truly great car of its time, such a pity this one ended up with a numbskull like me. I will look for more photos.

2014-01-05 18:18:34 | Geoff writes:

Just posted a few more (not very good) pictures of the engine transplant to the 2.4 saloon.

2018-03-25 17:47:50 | Geoff Shipton writes:

After many years holding onto JHC999 in the hope of restoring it myself, I have taken the decision to pass it over to another, hopefully this will see it restored to its former glory. The new owner has promised to post picture of the restoration on here. I wish him all the best.

2018-03-26 20:31:00 | Paul B writes:

I am extremely excited to be the purchaser and new owner of this car having purchased it from Geoff back in Sept 2017.

I have a lot of work ahead of me, however, not only will this be worth it, I imagine it will also keep me out of mischief for a little while!

As Geoff has mentioned, I will definitely look to get up some pictures as the restoration progresses and hopefully in the not too distant future, the finished restoration.

2020-02-07 14:45:14 | Anonymous writes:

this car was scrapped. Why has it been edited to be still alive. If this website it to be taken seriously it must take seriously its role. It is being used as a defacto authenticator of cars and in this case its a car that has been previously listed as scrapped. My previous comment has been deleted.

2020-02-12 09:47:39 | pauls writes:

Why have you said the car was scrapped? Please do not make such posts unless you are providing proof. As you stated the site does take comments seriously. Superfluous accusations will be removed which is why your previous comment was deleted.

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: