Jaguar : E-Type 4.2 FHC
Sale price: $59,750.00 make an offer
Car location: United StatesSale type: Fixed price listing
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|Engine:||4.2 LITER INLINE 6 DOHC|
|Trim:||SERIES ONE FIXED HEAD COUPE|
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You are a viewing a highly original and interesting late Series One Jaguar E-type Fixed Head Coupe. with mostly original paint and all original interior. Rarely are these cars discovered in this well-preserved. untouched state. The car appears completely rustfree and very straight. highly original with nice fitting panels. still in it's original first paint. There has been some paint touch up work at some point to the nose. tail. and rear hatch lid area as seen by the photos. This car is a full matching numbers. very late production Series One Coupe. only about 75 units from the end of the production run. It is an original triple carburetor. toggle switch. open headlight car. The car is very complete except for the factory air cleaner setup and the RH windshield post finisher. Included is the factory jack in the bag. The undercarriage is extremely nice and solid. as one would expect from a low-mileage CA / TX car. This car was sold new in San Francisco. CA to US Naval personnel and remained there for the next three years. There is a BMC service sticker on the driver's B-post door jamb verifying a service around 12. 00 miles. It appears that in 1970. the car was relocated to Dallas. Texas to a naval air base. The last registration date was on it's Texas plates in 1979. It eventually made it's way back to California at some point in it's life. This car has a known history for it's early life. The speedometer reads 17. 24 miles which is most likely 117. 24. The car's interior is totally original but could use some restoration work to the seats and console. dash top pad. headliner. and front carpets. The original paint appears very genuine. with an authentic look that only an original car could have. The original lacquer paint looks very nice in most areas. especially on the sides. Some fine checking has been noted on the top portion of the car that faces the sun. There is some minor. repairable damage to the RH sill area (photo). The car has some usual scrapes. dings. chips and dents from a lifetime of use. but all repairable and "improvable". Some of the chrome work is very decent. some of it is average. but all original. Some of the original rubber is nice and usable. some other items are hard. The car still has all of it's original Triplex glass in good order. The matching numbers engine is stuck from sitting as a result of it's long years of hibernation. The cylinder bores are currently being soaked with penetrant. but a rebuild may be in order. It would be safe to presume that the fuel and braking systems would require work also. as well an exhaust system replacement. The car still has the original Lucas spark plug ends and distributor cap. pair of Lucas headlights. BMC factory seatbelts. etc. This honest. original car has never been apart and is an excellent candidate for a careful. preservation restoration. This work would entail detailing some existing items. restoring some other items cosmetically. and rebuilding mechanical items to ensure correct operation. The end result would be a highly original. honest. and totally useable E-type. Cars of this nature are becoming more and more desirable (and irreplaceable) to collectors and to the market at large. and are definitely more interesting than their fully restored counterparts. Their current condition chronicles the story of their life from day one. This car is located in Southern California and can be viewed by appointment. $59. 50.
KURT TANNER RESTORATIONS. 909-920-9221. work. 909-241-1051. cell.
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