|3.8 Jaguar E-Type||Opalescent Silver Blue|
|Fixed Head Coupe||Grey|
|Right Hand Drive|
|11 January 1961|
|26 October 1961||Great Britain|
|1961||Opalescent Silver Blue|
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Record Creation: Entered on 17 August 2005.
Database Updates: Show dataplate edits
Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"
This car is the 21st Fixed head with right hand drive.
Photos of 860021
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Exterior Photos (8)
Uploaded August 2006:
Interior Photos (1)
Detail Photos: Engine (2)
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2005-08-17 06:18:18 | Robert writes:
FIA FHC Competition sold at Coys Essen sale 5th Apr 2002 estimate £58000-£62000 hammer price incl prem £65396 Cond 2 year 1963
2005-08-19 06:41:36 | Robert writes:
sold at Coys Barrett jackson sale Monaco 17th May 2002 estimate £58000-£63000 hammer price incl prem £73525.- Cond 1 year 1963
2006-08-21 18:58:33 | Jeremy Clements writes:
Bought this car here in Melbourne from a gentleman who has owned it for over 30 years.
2013-01-04 03:19:03 | james writes:
There seem to be two cars with this identity. I remember seing 860021 at a Jag concours here in Melbourne ,Australia in 1980. It was in very good condition throughout and registered XK 138. The original owner was Champion Spark Plugs in the UK and was registered 6697 RW. The car for auction in 2002 was either wrongly identified or an 'imposter' in my opinion.
2019-06-05 13:20:52 | Michael Scott writes:
There is a reference to an opalescent blue FHC chassis number 860021 of 1961 in "Jaguar Quarterly March/April 1992 p108.
It said the car was in Melbourne Australia and maintained in tip-top condition and has a number of competition fittings and is thought by its owner to possibly be the Lucas entry in the Alpine Rally 1962. Said to have a genuine 39000 miles and there is a list of three previous owners in Great Britain before it went to Australia in late 1974. A photograph of the car is reproduced in the magazine. Is this the genuine one?. The chronology certainly ties up with what Jeremy Clements wrote above in 2006.