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889937

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United KingdomBDV686B

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2017-04-28 13:44:23 | Lofty writes:

Silverstone May 2017 auction

www.silverstoneauctions.com/jaguar-e-type--l-h-d-

egistration: BDV 686B
Chassis Number: 889937
Engine Number: V7443
Number of cylinders: 6
CC: 3800
Year of Manufacture: 1964
Estimate (£): 80,000 - 95,000
(+buyer's premium of 15% including VAT @ 20%)
According to its Jaguar Heritage Certificate, this, left-hand drive, Series 1 3.8 Fixed-head Coupé, was distributed to Jaguar Cars, New York in early 1964. Originally supplied in Opalescent Gold Sand with a black interior this 'matching numbers', manual gearbox car was returned to the UK in 2014 and has since enjoyed an 18-month 'body off' restoration.

The car was taken back to bare metal and some new panels were fitted before being superbly finished in gleaming Carmen Red. The interior was also totally refurbished in Black leather which, according to the vendor is "95% new and 5% original", and a new Beige headlining was carefully fitted. Other work included a new stainless steel exhaust, an uprated radiator, mainly new wiring looms, an alternator conversion, and the rear hubs were overhauled. Lots of the other minor jobs, inherent in any major restoration, were carried out along with hours of detailing and the car was finished last year. The new door seals need bedding in, a task best accomplished by using the car on a regular basis. The overall presentation of this Carmen Red car is delightful with a lovely interior and a superb engine bay.

2017-05-06 19:47:12 | pauls writes:

Lot No.: 356

2017-05-13 15:53:07 | Mark Usher writes:

Sold for £66,000.00 + 13.5% internet buyers premium

2021-01-06 13:24:14 | Harry Stevens writes:

Lot 873 at Classic Car Auctions on line auction at Stoneleigh Park, Kenilworth on 12 December 2020. Sold for £72,150. Amended catalogue description below.
www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/events/2020-auctions/cca-december-live-on-line-auct ...

* Originally left hand drive and distributed to Jaguar Cars, New York in early 1964
* Returned to UK in 2014 finished in Opalescent Golden Sand and still matching numbers
* Converted to right hand drive and superbly restored over the last few years
* Stripped to bare metal and new panels and new floors fitted where required
* Carefully prepared and properly finished in glorious Carmen Red; retrimmed in Black leather
* New stainless steel exhaust, uprated radiator, mainly new wiring looms, alternator conversion, new 4 pot brakes, rear hubs overhauled, new chrome wires, new centre console
* With all the additional jobs, our vendor has spent in excess of £40,000 returning this lovely Jaguar to its best
* Chosen to feature in a recent Classic Car Weekly article

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