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1E12335

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2015-11-04 14:25:10 | Daryl Verkerk writes:

Car was stored for 28 years in a clean, dry garage in northern California. Very, very original, rust free car. No issues at all with the engine and transmission after sitting for 28 years: no smoke, very good compression and smooth shifting transmission. Car was purchased in July 2014 and first driven Aug 2015. 53,000 original miles.

2020-09-19 14:08:59 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at;

www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/jaguar/e-type/2430135.html

Seller's description:

Location: Gold River, California, 95670

VIN #: 1E12335

Mileage: 54,461

Transmission: Manual

Condition: Excellent

Exterior: Carmine Red

Interior: Black

1966 Jaguar E Type Series 1 Open Two Seater, a 3 owner California car from new, sold new at Oxford Motors in Sacramento. Zero rust in this car, current owner acquired car in 2014 after car had been in storage for 28 years. Evidently one of the previous owners replaced head tyring to improve the passing of Smog requirements, otherwise an all matching numbers car. Engine, trans have never been out of the car, rearend was resealed, and updated adjustable torshion set was installed along with updated Wilwood calipers, new master cylinder. In 2017 the current owner undertook a painstaking cosmetic restoration, stripped to metal and refinished back to the original Carmine Red. A new interior, carpet, top, tonneau were installed as well as new chrome and seals through out. The car has just had a service from local E Type expert Dan Kelly. New tires and stainless steel exhaust system and with undercarriage detailed the car looks awesome but it is not a ground up restoration, but a very very clean driver. Retains its original Blaupaunkt radio, owners manual, warranty card, and parts replaced are availale as well. Wheels are original very clean, have been tuned and show very well. This E Type needs nothing to be enjoyed, shown or driven.

Price: $134,500 Negotiable

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