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2017-08-26 03:48:14 | andrew honychurch writes:

Car for sale at Bonhams Goodwood Revival 9th September 2017
www.bonhams.com/auctions/24122/lot/242/

2017-08-29 23:23:32 | pauls writes:

Description from above auction:
Lot 242
The ex-David Ham
1963 Jaguar E-Type 3.8-Litre 'Series 1' Coupé
£100,000 - 120,000
US$ 130,000 - 160,000
Goodwood Revival
9 Sep 2017, 13:00 BST
Chichester, Goodwood
Registration no. 223 HJJ
Chassis no. 861396

*Original right-hand drive model
*Full matching numbers: chassis, engine, registration
*Known ownership history
*Present ownership for circa 20 years
*Extensively restored between 2005 and 2013

This right-hand drive coupe is offered from the collection of the late David Ham, the long-time Jaguar enthusiast, who was also a highly accomplished Lister-Jaguar driver between 1970 and 2010. Manufactured on 11th December 1963, it was sold via distributor Henlys of London to agent KDM Cherrington Ltd. of London W1, for onward delivery to its first owner, a Mr. N. Bailey of London NW1.

Between 1969 and 1972, the car had four owners, all of whom were in the Hertfordshire area, and in the late 1970s it was acquired in a derelict state by Brian Jones of Dunstable, Bedfordshire. David Ham purchased the car in its unrestored state in the mid-1990s, and after being kept in storage for some years, a full restoration was embarked upon between 2006 and 2013.

Works carried out during this time included full restoration of monocoque and both front and rear subframes, as well as a complete overhaul of the braking, hydraulic, cooling, fuel and electricial systems - the last of which included the fitment of a new wiring loom and Kenlowe electric fan. The car was immaculately resprayed by Retford Auto Finishers in its correct original colour of Opalescent Dark Blue, and was fully re-trimmed by Jaguar specialists Aldridge Trimming of Wolverhampton. It is believed that the engine was rebuilt by the previous owner, and the car has covered just over 3,000 trouble-free miles since completion.

The car is accompanied by a comprehensive restoration file, Jaguar Heritage Certificate, (copy) old style logbook, current V5 registration document and a valid MOT to April 2018. Described by the private vendor as being in generally excellent condition, "223 HJJ" represents a wonderful opportunity to acquire a rare example of the Jaguar E-Type in its earliest and purest form.

2019-03-15 10:59:28 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 4/19

www.bonhams.com/auctions/25450/lot/29/

Auction description:

Lot 29

The Ex-David Hamm

1963 Jaguar E-Type 3.8-Litre 'Series 1' Coupé

Registration no. 223 HJJ Chassis no. 861396

£ 90,000 - 130,000

Goodwood Members' Meeting

7 Apr 2019, 13:00 BST

Registration no. 223 HJJ

Chassis no. 861396 *Original right-hand drive model

*Full matching numbers: chassis, engine, registration

*Known ownership history

*Extensively restored between 2005 and 2013

Manufactured on 11th December 1963, this right-hand drive coupé was sold via distributor Henlys of London to the dealership KDM & Cherrington Ltd of London W1. Its first private owner was Mr N Bailey of London NW1. Between 1969 and 1972, the Jaguar had four owners, all in the Hertfordshire area, and in the late 1970s was sold in a derelict state to Mr Brian Jones of Dunstable. The car was still in a derelict state when it was bought in the mid-1990s by the late David Ham, the long-time Jaguar enthusiast and collector, who was also a highly accomplished racer of a Lister-Jaguar throughout the 1950s.

The E-Type was then kept in storage for a number of years before being completely restored between 2006 and 2013 (it is understood that the engine had been rebuilt by a previous owner). Works carried out included fully restoring the body with new panels as necessary; re-spray by Retford Auto Finishers; interior re-trim by Aldridge Trimming; new wiring loom; and the installation of a Kenlowe electric cooling fan. Restoration invoices are on file and the car also comes with a (copy) old-style logbook and a V5C Registration Certificate.

In September 2017 the late David Ham's estate offered this E-Type for sale at Bonhams' Goodwood Revival Meeting auction (Lot 242) where it was purchased by the current vendor. Described by the latter as in generally very good condition, '223 HJJ' represents a wonderful opportunity to acquire an example of the iconic Jaguar E-Type in its earliest and purest form

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