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2015-02-26 22:21:58 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 3/15
www.bonhams.com/auctions/22530/lot/176/

Auction description:
Lot 176
1966 JAGUAR E-TYPE SERIES 1 4.2 ROADSTER
US$ 175,000 - 225,000
£110,000 - 150,000
Auction 22530:
The Amelia Island Auction
12 Mar 2015 12:00 EDT
Chassis no. 1E13415
Engine no. 7E9990-9

On August 23rd, 1966, this elegant E-Type Roadster rolled off the Coventry assembly line, finished in Opalescent Dark Green paint over a Suede Green interior with a French Grey convertible top. The desirable left hand drive, covered-headlight Series 1 E-Type Roadster was fitted with Jaguar's 4.2-liter inline-six and the fully synchronized 4-speed manual transmission. Shortly after production, the new E-type was shipped to the United States, where it was sold through Jaguar Cars of New York to a Mr. Frank Spivey. It remains unclear for how long Mr. Spivey owned the E-Type, but it is believed that the car has had just three subsequent owners up until today.

In 2005 the Roadster received a comprehensive restoration by noted Jaguar specialist Lloyd Gillespie of Jacksonville, Florida. Utilizing genuine Jaguar parts wherever possible, the E-Type was treated to a rotisserie refurbishment of the bodywork, during which time the color combination was changed to the charming Opalescent Red over a Biscuit interior. Delicate modern enhancements were made to increase reliability, including installation of maintenance free electronic ignition, additional cooling fans, and a stainless steel exhaust system. While in the consignor's ownership, the Jaguar has benefitted from another mechanical and cosmetic freshening by the specialists at Predator Performance in Tampa, Florida.

In very fine condition throughout, the E-Type's brightwork and paint has a brilliant shine and the supple interior leather reflects a wonderful, lightly used look as this Jaguar has covered only about 2,000 miles since its restoration. This classic Series 1 E-Type still retains its original, numbers-matching engine block and cylinder head, as confirmed by the Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate accompanying the car. Furthermore, a tool set and owner's manuals, as well as a comprehensive file documenting the car's restoration and service work accompany the sale. This very attractive 4.2-liter Series 1 E-Type Roadster would be a great candidate to show at JCNA events, or simply to enjoy on Sunday drives. A very fine example of one of Jaguar's finest models, and boasting arguably the best specification for the classic E-Type, this Roadster is undeniably a charmer.

2016-01-22 15:30:11 | pauls writes:

Lot 176 Not sold

1966 JAGUAR E-TYPE SERIES 1 4.2 ROADSTER

US$ 175,000 - 225,000

£120,000 - 160,000

Auction 22530: The Amelia Island Auction

Not sold at Hammer bid of $150,000.

2018-05-19 14:02:21 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 5/19/18
www.ebay.com/itm/E-Type/192544557354
Car has a buy it now price of $209,500 for 6 days, seller olivermax99, 39k miles, car now said to be in Holliston, Massachusetts.

Sellers description:
Superior quality numbers matching car. Exceptional quality $200,000+ restoration by a well regarded Jaguar authority. Approximately 2000 miles on the comprehensive rotisserie restoration. Much attention to making the car a reliable driver with extra cooling fans, electronic ignition, stainless exhaust, new wiring harness, rebuilt motor. Upgraded suspension. A wonderful driving Jaguar. Complete with tools and books and Heritage certificate and a fresh top. Excellent panel fit, mechanically sorted and spectacular in every way. Jaguar Heritage Certificate. Believed to be 39,000 miles.

2018-06-12 13:28:42 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 6/12/18
www.ebay.com/itm/E-Type/192565802803
Car has a buy it now price of $195,500 for 9 days, same seller.

2020-12-25 07:55:57 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 1/21

rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/az21/arizona/lots/r0060-1966-jaguar-e-type-series-1-4 ...

Auction description:

1966 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2-Litre Roadster

Offered Without ReserveRM | Sotheby's - ARIZONA 22 JANUARY 2021

Chassis No. 1E 13415

Engine No. 7E 9990-9

Numbers-matching engine and cylinder head

Opalescent Maroon over a Biscuit interior

Full rotisserie restoration to show standards completed 2005

Selectively upgraded with electronic ignition, additional cooling fans, and stainless-steel exhaust

Accompanied by Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate, tools, and owner’s manual

Please note that this lot is titled as a 1967.

According to the accompanying Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate, this enticing Series 1 E-Type was completed at the Coventry factory on 23 August 1966, and originally wore Opalescent Dark Green paint with a Suede Green Interior. It was then dispatched to Jaguar Cars New York on 31 August 1966. Though the original dealer is not recorded, the car’s first owner is recorded as Mr. Frank Spivey, and is said to have passed through just three owners. Further, the car is believed to have only covered 39,000 miles since new.

In 2005, chassis number 1E 13415 received a comprehensive restoration by noted Jaguar specialist Lloyd Gillespie of Jacksonville, Florida. Utilizing genuine Jaguar parts wherever possible, the E-Type was treated to a rotisserie refurbishment of the bodywork, during which time the color combination was changed to the charming Opalescent Maroon over a Biscuit interior. A few select modern enhancements were made to increase reliability, including installation of maintenance-free electronic ignition, additional cooling fans, a stainless steel exhaust system, new wiring harness, and upgraded suspension. At this time, the original engine was also rebuilt. In 2014 the Jaguar benefitted from another mechanical freshening by the specialists at Predator Performance in Tampa, Florida.

In very fine condition throughout, the E-Type's brightwork and paint has a brilliant shine, and the supple interior leather reflects a wonderful, lightly used look commensurate with the careful use this Jaguar has seen since its restoration. This superb E-Type retains its original, numbers-matching engine block and cylinder head, as confirmed by the Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate accompanying the car. Furthermore, a tool set and owner's manuals, as well as a file documenting the car's restoration and service work accompany the sale. This impressive E-Type 4.2-liter Series 1 Roadster would be an ideal partner on the show field, at JCNA events, or simply to enjoy on Sunday drives.

2021-01-10 11:14:49 | pauls writes:

Car also offered at:

classics.autotrader.com/classic-cars/1966/jaguar/e_type/101362226

Seller: Classic Motorcars in Jacksonville, Florida

Seller's description:

Vehicle is located in Palo Alto, CA CHASSIS NO. 1E13415 ENGINE NO. 7E9990-9 4,235cc DOHC Inline 6-Cylinder Engine 3 SU Carburetors 265bhp at 5,400rpm 4-Speed Manual Transmission 4-Wheel Independent Suspension 4-Wheel Disc Brakes This wonderfully restored example of the classic Series 1 E-Type retains its original matching numbers engine and is presented in striking Opalescent Maroon over Biscuit interior, and comes with a Jaguar Heritage Certificate, restoration file, books and tools. This striking roadster was part of Classic Motorcars founders personal collection for several years before being purchased by a friend and collector in 2018. Over $6,000 was recently spent rebuilding the carburetors and on other mechanical refreshing. As the current owner is selling off some of his collection due to a relocation, we now offer this beautiful, well sorted Jaguar on his behalf. On August 23rd, 1966, this elegant E-Type Roadster rolled off the Coventry assembly line, finished in Opalescent Dark Green paint over a Suede Green interior with a French Grey convertible top. The desirable left hand drive, covered-headlight Series 1 E-Type Roadster was fitted with Jaguars 4.2-liter inline-six and the fully synchronized 4-speed manual transmission. Shortly after production, the new E-type was shipped to the United States, where it was sold through Jaguar Cars of New York to a Mr. Frank Spivey. It remains unclear for how long Mr. Spivey owned the E-Type, but it is believed that the car has had just three subsequent owners up until today. In 2005 the Roadster received a comprehensive restoration by noted Jaguar specialist Lloyd Gillespie of Jacksonville, Florida. Utilizing genuine Jaguar parts wherever possible, the E-Type was treated to a rotisserie refurbishment of the bodywork, during which time the color combination was changed to the charming Opalescent Maroon over a Biscuit interior. Delicate modern enhancements were made to increase reliability, including installation of maintenance free electronic ignition, additional cooling fans, and a stainless steel exhaust system, new wiring harness, rebuilt motor and upgraded suspension. . In 2014 the Jaguar benefitted from another mechanical freshening by the specialists at Predator Performance in Tampa, Florida. In very fine condition throughout, the E-Types brightwork and paint has a brilliant shine and the supple interior leather reflects a wonderful, lightly used look as this Jaguar has covered only about 3,000 miles since its restoration.

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