|3.8 Jaguar E-Type||Bronze|
|Open Two Seater||Suede Green|
|Left Hand Drive|
|3 March 1961|
|February 1961||United States|
12 more photos below ↓
Record Creation: Entered on 11 January 2003.
Database Updates: Show dataplate edits
Photos of 875006
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Exterior Photos (7)
Uploaded December 2017:
Uploaded May 2005:
Uploaded November 2003:
Details Photos: Exterior (3)
Detail Photos: Engine (2)
Detail Photos: Other (1)
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2003-11-09 19:27:15 | Steven D. writes:
Car was listed as being in Atlanta, GA instead of Marietta, GA in prior listing here.
2004-01-22 23:18:43 | pauls writes:
Info gathered with permission from: www.hendi.nl/xke/main.htm
875006 was originally shipped to Jaguar Cars New York. In the late eighties it was reportedly located in Georgia in unrestored condition, to have never been fitted with a backup light, and, like 850003, to have no guides for the side windows.
2005-05-08 09:55:50 | Steven D. writes:
This car is VERY distinctive as it has a lot of features or differences from the later standard production cars. For instance it has no chrome window channel post sticking up from the front of the door to steady the leading edge of the door window glass. It also has the data plate under the bonnet mounted on a vertical section of the firewall instead of horizontally down on the small leg in front of the firewall. I am sure I am missing a few other differences but perhaps the owner will chime in with some additional details.
2005-05-09 15:16:21 | Steven D. writes:
Car was present at the 2005 British Car Day held at Chateau Elan Hotel & Winery in Braislton Georgia.
2011-12-01 18:12:07 | Anonymous writes:
why is the picture different from the 875006 i saw at fairfield in sept.2011..........and don't say because he painted it! i thought it stayed the same color since day one? look at fairfield concours pics/ (i think i have too much time on my hands)
2011-12-02 02:21:54 | Anonymous writes:
Because he painted it. (this car is well documented to have been built in opalescent bronze with suede green interior, and the two engine detail photos from 2003 posted above would seem to confirm that the engine compartment and subframes remained in their original bronze colour through the years)
2015-08-13 13:19:32 | pauls writes:
James Strickland is videoed by the JCNA with the car:
Back to factory colors.