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 876674 26 February 1962
  United States
 1962 Primer
 2017 Beige
 Work In Progress 
 Original Cricklade
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
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2014-12-30 20:03:16 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 12/20/14
Classified Ad price: £45,000.

Sellers description:
This particular iconic car was last year released from its owner's estate in Kentucky USA back to the United Kingdom where it has aroused special interest from notable people within the industry. Excitement comes from the list of early features which the exclusive club of rare early E types enjoys, these namely being: aluminium dash, toggle switches, handmade interior, bucket seats, and an early 3.8 litre engine along with the original radio still fitted in the car. History Dispatched from the Jaguar Coventry factory to New York on , the car started life as a luxury sports car with the reputation of being capable of reaching 150mph. Though the early years of this cars history are vague, its mechanical condition indicates a well-cared for vehicle with regular maintenance by its long standing previous owner. Dry stored in Kentucky since 1995 when it was last road legal in its factory specification, until a Jaguar enthusiast discovered how solid the vehicle is and decided to take it on as light restoration project so some of the restoration work has been completed. Due to lack of money the enthusiast screwed the car back together to make it complete and reluctantly sold it last year. This historically significant car comes complete with its all-important US title, and provides an excellent platform for a full restoration

2017-02-27 10:21:10 | Harry Stevens writes:

For sale at Cotswold Car Restorations of Cricklade for £175,000 fully restored. Work in progress. Seller's description below. The URL is
www.cotswoldcarrestorations.co.uk/for-sale/jaguar-e-type-series-1-for-restoratio ...

An extraordinary opportunity to have one of the earliest and rarest Jaguar E Type Series 1 fully restored to your own personal specifications. This is one of the first non flat floor cars ever produced!

This particular car we have for sale has some unique pre mass production features such as hollow drive shafts and hollow steering column etc as well as some features to the body shell such as flat bulkhead instead of being dished for the back seats.

Cotswold Car Restorations has completed all the necessary structural bodywork repairs and the front and rear suspension sub assemblies are also finished. The car is now ready to be finished to your requirements.

You may wish to keep this car factory original or if preferred we can discuss numerous mechanical and electrical upgrades with your colour combinations. Upon completion this will be one of the most and desirable E Types in existence.

If commenced now, this sought after E Type could be ready for next summer. The car comes with a heritage certificate. 56,232 miles.

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