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Record Creation: Entered on 20 June 2017.

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Owner: Pete Tencza

Have owned and loved British Cars since the 1980's. Also own Austin Healey 100 Le Mans.

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Updated April 19th, 2011. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2011-04-01 10:49:02 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 4/1/11
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1973-Jaguar-E-Type-XKE-SIII-V12-Silver-Grey-OTS-/1106675 ...
Opening bid $20,000 reserve not met, no bids yet 6 days left in auction.

Sellers description:
1973 Jaguar E Type Series III V12 Open Two Seater (OTS). Original representation of one of the most classic British sports cars of all time. This matching numbers automobile has had some restoration work done on the body and mechanical. It is currently in "daily driver" condition and has been for the past seven years. In the summertime it is actually driven occasionally as represented by the original mileage of only 35,000 miles. The body is free of rust, the underside is clean but has some surface rust. The body is in good condition with a few bubbles on the bonnet that will need attention, otherwise there a a couple of minor dents and scratches. The interior of the car is original and some restoration work has been done (new door panels, sun visors, floor mats) and a complete new carpet kit is included, but not installed. The black vinyl convertible top is in good condition and there is a new Navy Blue replacement top included with the car. Mechanically the car is very good and has had much work completed: cooling system, new hoses, new radiator, new fans, new clutch, new brakes, master cylinder, carburetor rebuild, electrical, alternator.

I have owned the car for 10 years and am the third registered owner. The car did sit for approximately 15 years when I bought it which is why so much mechanical work was necessary. Last year (2010), because of the beautiful summer weather experienced in Ontario, I was able to drive it more than usual and it performed very well. Under my care the car has always been well looked after by one of the finest Jaguar mechanics in Ontario (Michael MacLauglin Motorworks, Kingston).

2011-04-12 16:41:33 | Peter Tencza writes:

New owner of car. Car was filthy and little worse off cosmetically than expected. $25,000 worth of recent receipts, good bones and mechanics....Time to get it right!!

2017-06-20 20:50:44 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:
bringatrailer.com/listing/1973-jaguar-xke-roadster-2/

Sellers description:
Current Bid: $30,000 Ends In: 6 days
Lot #4743
Location: Blacklick, Ohio 43004
Chassis: UD 1S 22287
37,580 Miles
5.3L V12
4-Speed Manual Gearbox
Repainted in Original Color
New Top and Boot
Electronic Ignition
New Dayton Wire Wheels
Private Party or Dealer: Private Party

This 1973 Jaguar XKE Roadster is a Series III example purchased by the seller out of Canada in 2011 as a basis for refurbishment. Equipped with a 5.3L V12 and 4-speed manual transmission, the car received a repaint in the original color, re-chromed bumpers, a new top and boot from Original Jaguar Interiors, and more as detailed below. It is said to remain in stock specifications apart from an electronic ignition, and an aftermarket stereo head unit. The seller reports $35k in work has been performed since his purchase, while the previous owner spent about $25k. An appraisal conducted by the previous owner in 2009 states that the engine is original and that the carburetors were rebuilt in 2005. This XKE is sold with a Jaguar Heritage Certificate and a clean Ohio title in the seller's name.

After acquiring the car, the seller had it repainted by the Muncie Imports Jaguar Restoration Center to correct several paint issues noted in the attached inspection report from the previous owner. The seller has also fitted new Dayton wire wheels and a quad-tip stainless steel exhaust. The blue convertible top and matching boot have also been replaced during the seller's ownership with new items from Original Jaguar Interiors. A small dimple is noted in the chrome trim on the passenger's door.

The inspection report notes scrapes and blemishes to the nose, notably around the radiator scoop below the main grille. The seller had these issues tended to by Muncie Imports Jaguar Restoration Center while the car was in for paint. A new grille and surround were installed, and the bumpers were re-chromed at the same time. Standard US lighting is still in place, including the side marker lights. A small chip is present low in the windshield, below eye level.

Apart from a modern stereo head unit, the cabin retains a stock appearance with minimal wear and tear apparent. The interior trim color is correct as noted on the Jaguar Heritage Certificate, while the original radio and speakers are included as pictured in the gallery. The original shift knob is included as well. The clock and the heater blower are not working, though no other issues are noted. The 37,600 miles indicated are believed to be accurate.

The 5.3L V12 has been modified with electronic ignition but otherwise remains in stock specification. The V12 was rated at 250 horsepower when new, making the XKE V12 one of the fastest luxury GT cars of its day. During the seller's ownership, the car has received a rebuild of the front suspension, new battery and cables, new fuel pump and sending unit, and a stainless steel exhaust. The included inspection report notes that the car was in good mechanical order prior to the seller's purchase, and notes the following work performed between 2005 and 2008:

Carburetors rebuilt, new alternator, clutch, and electronic ignition fitted; 2005
Radiator re-cored, new hoses and electric fans fitted; 2008
New front and rear disc brakes, plus fuel and brake lines as needed; 2005
Fuel tank cleaned and new fuel pump fitted; 2005
Rear end serviced and checked; 2005
Steering rack noted as new

Per the inspection report, the forward frame members have been professionally rebuilt at some point in the life.

Records are available for all work performed except for the paintwork. Expenditures by the seller and previous owner are reported to total over $60k, with $25k coming from the previous owner and $35k from the seller.

2017-12-15 17:26:50 | Pete T. writes:

Probably one of the best well sorted V-12 E-types that is actually driven weekly!!! Performed perfectly all year. It has been over 10 years since I have seen an E-type on the road...Shame......Just changed the oil and covering it up for the winter. Will send the clock out this month for conversion then everything will be up to snuff...

2018-11-10 16:50:34 | Capt RD writes:

bringatrailer.com/listing/1973-jaguar-xke-roadster-2/


Did not meet reserve at $59,500 6/26/17

2019-05-05 17:20:34 | Pete T. writes:

Clock is fixed...only e-type I have owned with a working clock.........love the V-12's!

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