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 3.8 Jaguar E-Type Old English White
 Open Two Seater Black
 Left Hand Drive 
 1964 Old English White
 Awaiting Rest. 
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
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Record Creation: Entered on 8 November 2021.


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Exterior Photos (2)

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Detail Photos: Interior (1)

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2021-11-08 12:20:14 | pauls writes:

Car listed as sold at: ...

Seller's description:

Year: 1964

Engine 3.8

Transmission: Manual

Car interior: Black

Car exterior: White

An excellent opportunity to acquire a series 1 3.8 roadster project car.

This 1964 Roadster has Chassis number 880438 with matching Engine number RA4053-09.

It has had a replacement cylinder head fitted.

Overall the car is very solid and workable project. it has been in storage since 1977.

The original colours are White with Black interior , however we are awaiting a Heritage Certificate to confirm this.

2023-06-05 15:01:37 | Pat D writes:

I sold this vehicle in 1976. Purchased with blown head gasket, and a rotted floor board on right side, due to leaking roof. I replaced the interior with vinyl and yes I am the one who put the fiberglass on the floor. Sold in 1976 for $1,700. It was in good running condition with no other rust except the floor on pass side. No dents or dings. front grill bar was missing when purchased. The head was shaved and valves replaced. Was going overseas and had to sell this and my austin healey

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