1967 Jaguar E-type Series I Roadster, Fully Restored, Low Orig. Miles, Must See!
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Last update: 24.09.2013
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1967 Jaguar E-type Series I Roadster, Fully Restored, Low Orig. Miles, Must See! for sale
1967 Jaguar E-type Series I 4. 2 Roadster Please Read All
We are proud to offer this stunning 1967 Jaguar E-type Series I Roadster. This great car was originally built on November 24 of 1966 and was dispatched on December 8 of 1966. The original colors were Carmen red with black interior and a black soft top. The first owner was B. Broadbent of Hamburg. NY USA. We purchased this car from the gentleman who we understand was either the second or third owner who owned the car since the mid to late 1970s. The car sat for several decades before it was completed from a full restoration to its beautiful current condition. Only 47. 51 miles are on this car. which we understand to be original. The car presented here is one of the last 400 Jaguar E-type Series I Roadsters with covered headlamps sent to the USA and Canada (the first open headlamp Series I Roadster was 1E14532). The car we would say overall is a great example of a show/driver type car that can be enjoyed and is truly an absolute blast to drive!
The numbers (all matching) on this 1967 Jaguar E-type Series I 4. 2 Roadster are as follows :Chassis Number: 1E14133 Engine Number: 7E 11255-9 Body Number: 4E 5871 Gearbox Number: EJ 11942
To elaborate on the condition of this car. as the way would evaluate the car. We have bought and sold several etypes. so do know the cars well. but this is subjective:
Body/Paint: The body on this car is very straight. No rust on the body or bubbling anywhere. Overall the paint is stunning and looks beautiful on this car.
Chrome: The chrome wire wheels are new as are the Coker classic red line tires. The chrome knock offs are also new. Chrome around the windshield I would say is very good. as I do not think this was rechromed with the rest of the car. but still very nice. The window pillars on both sides of the window shield look like they have been replated. Chrome above the doors is either new or replated. The chrome rings around the headlamps looks new or rechromed. The bumpers. over riders (driver side over rider has one has small scratch) and center motif bar look new. The rubber gaskets around windshield look newer. The bottom of the passenger side wind shield shows some delamination. The chrome around taillights also look new as well.
Interior/Top/Inside of trunk: The entire interior is new and done very nice. The center shift booth molding is missing in the pictures (which we do have a new one). All gauges and switches work. The original side windows roll up nice. The non-original radio does work. The canvas top is new. The inside of the trunk is also very clean. The spare is probably the original with an old Pirelli tire on it. The spare tire compartment is very clean and painted body color (red) as it should. It has the original tool kit with the car. original jack. grease gun and ratchet.
Engine Compartment: The engine compartment is very clean and there is no undercoating in the wheel wells. The exhaust manifolds we had ceramic coated on the inside and outside to avoid discoloration and for longevity.
Underside: The underside of the car is undercoated and the floors and toe boards are solid. There is no rust. The muffler is a sport exhaust and it originally had an ANSA system on it. The exhaust has an amazing sound.
Engine/Driving/Braking: The car runs and drives excellent. The engine is very tight and strong. At cold idle (without the choke) the oil pressure is about 50 pounds and at temperature at 500 rpm it is 40 pounds. The compression is 160 to 165 across all cylinders. There are no unusual noises from the engine. The brakes stop well on the car with no fade and are immediate. The car feels great at any speed. It is tight and handles great. There is no binding in the steering wheel. There is also no throttle hesitation and the car really goes. We were told there were not a lot of miles placed on this car since the engine was rebuilt. We do not have much reason to doubt this based on the performance and strong engine. Please this is not to be taken lightly as they do not all drive as great as this car. We buy and sell Jaguar E-types and this is one of the best driving Jaguar E-types we have ever had.
Overall: This is a great show/driver type of car. This car runs and drives exceptional. It is very fast and fun to drive. Jaguar E-types Series I cars are very desirable with 1967s being one of the most sought after by enthusiasts. drivers and collectors. This car has a great history. low miles. matching numbers and is an original red car. It would be very difficult to find a better e-type for less. Nicely restored 1967 Jaguar E-types are becoming harder and harder to find. Recently. several Jaguar E-type Series I Roadsters sold at the classic car auctions in CA for $170. 00 to $270. 00. This is a great investment car!
This automobile is available for inspection in Cornelius. NC and by appointment only. All cars sold “AS IS” with no warranty stated or implied with all faults and imperfections. No allowance will be given for any of the cars imperfections. Please read all terms as listed below. so you as a potential buyer understand the sale terms. International Buyers Welcome. If you have any questions please email us at:CLICK HERE TO EMAIL ME or at marc@motorcartrader. com or contact me at 980. 216. 8550
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PLEASE READ TERMS BELOWIf a mutually agreeable price has been established the buyer is responsible for shipping costs. and all applicable taxes. A 10% deposit is due immediately and full payment must be received within 7 days after the auction has closed. Please only serious interest on this vehicle. If you have any specific questions please ask them BEFORE you participate in the auction. This car is available for sale locally as well. so we reserve the right to cancel the auction if the car is sold. Cars are available for viewing and inspection. by appointment to serious parties. It is the buyer's responsibility to do all research. inspections and decision-making regarding these vehicles to verify condition and authenticity. In addition to have satisfied himself or herself as to the condition and value and to bid based upon that judgment solely. In other words please make sure you are comfortable with the car. its condition and sure the car is right for you before participating in the auction. This vehicle is sold “AS IS” with no warranty stated or implied or written. No allowance or set aside will be made on account of any incorrectness. imperfections. defects or damage. All sales are FINAL. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle. We are NOT Restorers of these cars and do not have a Service shop for these cars. PLEASE UNDERSTAND: There are few classic cars in this world that are truly. truly perfect. There are however cars that are perfect for individuals as this is subjective. Please make sure this car is right for you. Because of the years of most of these cars and their age. we cannot verify that the mileage is original from new unless otherwise stated. We reserve the right to cancel any bids on any user with negative feedback or 0 feedback. If you are bidding and have negative or 0 feedback or completely new to ebay. please inform us of your offer to confirm that your intentions are to buy this vehicle. When you have placed an offer this means that you fully understand ALL of these terms and are willing to abide by ALL of them. Thank you and good luck bidding on this great automobile! The Pictures are Listed Below. They will load shortly and you can scroll down to view an extensive display of pictures
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