|5.3 Jaguar E-Type|
|Open Two Seater|
|Left Hand Drive|
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Record Creation: Entered on 30 July 2012.
Photos of UE1S26068
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Details Photos: Exterior (5)
Detail Photos: Interior (7)
Detail Photos: Engine (3)
Detail Photos: Other (5)
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2012-07-30 07:43:48 | pauls writes:
Ebay item 7/30/12
Car has a buy it now price of $48,500 for 20 days.
i know nothing about jaguar at all so im going to do my best to tell u about this car is it a 1974 jaguar xke v 12 convertible 4 speed fresh out of the climate control storage since 1981 it is 100% original form what i can tell it was never painted or wrecked and no one did anything under the hood i did not touch the car at all i did not even put a battery in it cuz i dont want to hurt the car by doing the wrong thing the story behind it is the had it and was driving it up untill 1981 he parked it in a storage and died, 30 years went by, then the car got sold to me in 2011. so it has not been touched untill then. everything is there for the car the spare tire and jack hammer and tools. the only thing missing is the battery it dont have rust any were the interior is in great shape the car has A/C, wire wheels and a am/fm dise brakes the car dose not run cuz i never put a battary in it
2012-08-22 07:24:25 | pauls writes:
Car returns to ebay 8/22/12
Current bid $10,000.01 reserve not met, 4 bids 6 days left in auction. 16k miles.
Previous listing received no offers.
2015-11-12 20:06:26 | Larry writes:
I bought this car in July, 2014, serial number UE1S26068, from IAG Motors in Pompano Beach Florida and was completely deceived by the sales owner - Mr. Stuart Seigle. He said he fully restored the car and it actually had not been. After waiting for months the car was delivered up north and immediately the engine and all of the drive train needed full seal replacements and the lack of any engine work showed that the anti-freeze in the car had not been cleaned out. In fact, the anti-freeze had solidified in the engine. The car eventually broke a valve and went into the cylinder head - causing the entire engine to seize. Anyone buying this car needs to be fully aware of the problems with it and that there are other issues with the power train. The car was worked on my Tristate Classic Car Restoration in New Jersey and was not operable after their work. It was sold to Tristate in June, 2015 and it may very well go back to IAG Motors to sell it again after fixing the engine. These two companies know each other. Let the buyer beware! This car has a checkered past.
2016-05-15 14:22:59 | Larry writes:
The most recent advertisement on this car at Tristate Classic Restorations in New Jersey on their website indicates that this is a one owner car. That is not correct. The owner history has, including myself, had more than 3 owners.
As mentioned, this car has gone thru significant engine repair for a dropped valve plus other important mechanical and cosmetic issues. Despite all of the restoration performed, let the buyer beware!!