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Record Creation: Entered on 1 January 2003.

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Owner: Robert Richardson

Have owned my 1964 E-type FHC since 1969. It's about as original as once can get.

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Updated July 26th, 2004. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2003-01-09 17:13:16 | Bob Richardson writes:

Recently invested $22,500 in total mechanical restoration excluding engine. New interier, Dayton wiresl Next in line is refinish in original color.

2004-07-26 14:48:09 | Robert Richardson writes:

Have owned my E-type since 1969. All the numbers match.
Only significant updates are GM alternator to replace original generator and cooling fan upgrade. Rust free. Complete mechancial restoration (except engine) in 1998.

2005-12-04 01:14:52 | Robert Richardson writes:

All matching numbers. 75,000 miles. Complete mechanical restoration (except engine) in 1999.
New red interior in 1999. Excellent daily driver.

2007-01-22 06:16:55 | Lofty writes:

Vehicle now is for sale on www.thecarnut.com
for $ 29.500,- and on www.mobile.de for EUR 27.950,- incl. shipping to europe.

Car No: 890630 Engine No. RA 6730-9 Body No. V8338 Gear Box No. EB 14827JS

I purchased this silver with red leather fixed head coupe (not a 2+2) from the estate of the second owner. The purchased the e-type from its original
owner in 1969 and kept it all these years! The car is matching numbers and have been kept original with only a few sensible upgrades. First, he
added air conditioner. If you have ever driven a XKE coupe in the summer you already know that it gets very toasty inside the cabin. I was pleased to
see that the AC unit was very nicely integrated to the interior of the Jaguar and required no modifications of the console or dash areas. The
generator was replaced with an alternator (which is required for the AC) and the anemic single blade radiator fan was replaced with a multi-blade
fan that actually cools the radiator.

In 1997 the car was taken To Vicarage Motors, which are the appointed restorers for the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust. The following was done at a
cost of $19,200.

- Replace radiator, all belts and hoses, reaplced cooling fan
- Replace front assembly, front shocks, upper and lower ball joints, upper and lower control arms, replace steering rack boots, outer tie rod ends.
- Rebuilt front calipers, replace front pads and rotors, replace front wheel bearings, replace brake booster
- Renew exhaust system
- Renew entire read end assembly, renew u-joints (this included rear rotors and rear brake calipers)
- Replace fuel lines, battery cables, rewire engine bay
- Reseal leaking engine, replace clutch assembly, replace slave cylinder
- Bonnet repainted to match body color
- Installed new fuel tank, new fuel pump, new header tank, new air cleaner, new heater box assembly
- Install complete new interior, rebuilding teh seats and new spare wheel cover.

Interior: Very nicely done. Still looks nice and fresh after 10 years. Headliner was also replaced and looks like new.
All gauges work (except the clock, which probably stopped in 1965), the air conditioner blows cold.

Body: Body is very solid and 99% rust free. I found a small rust spot on the left side of the bonnet ... just behind the front tire ... see photo.

Bottom of the doors, floors, bonnet lower valance and rocker panels are rust free ... a sure sign that this car was been garaged kept. The paint itself
is probably the weakest part of the whole car. From 20 feet it looks okay but closer you can see many defects. I would say the car was last painted
about 30 years ago. It is no so bad that you have to do it right away, but considering how nice teh interior already is this car would transform itself
with a nice paint job. Chrome appears to be all original and some pieces (such as the bumpers and taillight housings) should be done when the
car is painted.

Mechanicals: Engine is VERY strong, with very good compression (145 psi) and excellent oil pressure. Oil pressure stays in the 40 to 50 psi range
even with engine warm, at idle. There is no engine smoke and, amazingly, no oil leaks. Front suspension and steering feels nice and tight. Brakes
fewel good as so does teh clutch and gearbox. Mechanically I give this car high marks. Tires are Michelling red line and have about 60% of their
thread remaining.

Miscellaneous: Includes many receipts, spare tire and jack.

This Jaguar is ideal for the person looking for a no-stories XKE with a well known history. It can be driven and enjoyed as is, and made better later
on if desired.


Price: $29,500

2007-01-22 06:19:08 | Lofty writes:

www.mobile.de:

Jaguar E-Type FHC 3.8 Kategorie: Sportwagen/Coupé



EUR 27.950

Daten:
Gebrauchtfahrzeug, - Oldtimer, 100.216 km
Benzin, Schaltgetriebe,
Erstzulassung: 04/64,
silver, 2/3 Türen




Beschreibung:
Silver with red leather, 2 owners and last owner since 1969, aircondition added, matching numbers, $19,200 spent in -97 with receipts, no oil leaks, very good compression, 62,635 miles, lots of recipts. The price includes delivery from USA to Bremerhaven/Rotterdam. Ask us about taxes. E-mail for more pictures. Our businesspartner, Retroclassic in Luebeck-Selmsdorf Germany assists in car checks, service work and getting the cars TUV ready. Cheap delivery available from Rotterdam to all over Germany. Importing through Holland is the way to save taxes and vat. We ship to other ports in Europe as well.

Händler:
Samler`n Antikk
Saltkjelen
N-6520 Frei N
Tel.: +47 - 7152 / 60 40
Fax: +47 - 7152 / 60 41


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2007-01-26 10:16:17 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 1/26/07
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-3-8-XKE-FHC-1964-XKE-e-type-FHC-silver-wit ...
Opening bid $10,000 reserve not met, no bids yet, 6 days left in auction. Buy it now price $29,500.

2007-02-20 13:07:11 | Jim H writes:

Sold and on it's way to Oahu

2007-11-26 00:31:48 | Scott H writes:

Car is now on Oahu and recieving complete frame off mechanical restoration with a long list of modern upgrades to include total motor rebuild, elec ignition, gear reduction starter, 5 speed, new suspension front and rear, 4.2 (and willwood) brake conversion and new cooling system to name a few. A paint job to follow.

2010-06-30 08:38:23 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 6/30/10
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-E-type-1964-Jaguar-3-8-liter-E-type-2-pers ...
Opening bid $20,000 reserve not met, no bids yet 6 days left in auction. 62k miles. Car now said to be in Haleiwa, Hawaii.

Sellers description:
This 1964 Jaguar was purchased by the current owner from "The Car Nut" for $29k and has had an extensive amount of work since then. Well over $50k has been invested on hard parts not including the many hours of labor to make it as you see it today.

Transmission:
* five speed Tremec
* lightened flywheel
* new clutch/throwout bearing
* new slave cylinder/stailess braided flex hose
* new clutch master cylinder
Body:
* new paint
* new wheel well splash guards
* new aluminum rock guards
* new chrome all bumpers
* new motif
* new chrome strip for rear window( not yet installed)
* cabin and trunk insulated
* gas tank cleaned and repainted
Suspension:
* new adjustable gas shock/springs throughout
* billet steering mounts
* new ball joints
* new poly bushings front/bronze plain rear
* adjustable torque reaction plate for front ride height
* Dayton 6 inch wire wheels/stainless spokes/tubleless
* Braking System:
* Willwood calipers
* drilled/slotted rotors
* new vacumm booster
* new brake master cylinder
* reservoirs moved to firewall
* front pistons mounted on rear for bias
* extednded rear brake line for ease of rear system bleed
* braided flex hose front
Cooling System:
* Cool Cat aluminum radiator
* otter switch
* high speed 8 blade fan
* aluminum oil tank
* new rock guard
Engine:
* valves/guides/springs/hardened seats/cam bearings. Done by Jaguar specialist locally
* block bored twenty over, new pistons/rod $ main bearings
* modern rear main seal kit installed
* carbs rebuilt/ K&N filters used along with billet aluminum filter housings
* new high torque starter
* aluminum "puke" tank installed for crankcase breather
* new mini alternator
* billet puley installed on water pump
* new crank harmonic balancer
* new headers
* stainless braided hose-top en oil feed
* new 4.2 oil pump
* spin on oil filter conversion
* new timing chains
* electronic(Mallory )ignition plug wires

2011-04-05 14:33:42 | Bob L. writes:

After searching for a series 1 coupe for over a year, I purchased the car in Oct. 2010 and had it shipped from Hawaii. Car now resides in rural Virginia. She needs various rubber items - such as weatherstripping but was as described in the ebay listing. Car was heavily upgraded with 5-speed, headers, Wilwood brakes etc., but the original parts came with car, so still have the number's matching gearbox and such in my barn.

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