|4.2 Jaguar E-Type||Black|
|Open Two Seater||Beige|
|Left Hand Drive||Black|
|Jaguar Cars, New York|
|27 June 1968|
|7E16685-9||3 October 1968|
|12 June 1968||United States|
|1968||British Racing Green|
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2020-11-01 08:10:11 | pauls writes:
Car on BAT
Location: Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 15317
29k Miles Shown, TMU
Numbers-Matching 4.2-Liter Inline-Six
Four-Speed Manual Transmission
British Racing Green
Black Soft Top
Beige Leather Interior
15" Wire Wheels w/ Jaguar Knock-Offs
Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate
Private Party Or Dealer: Private Party
This 1968 Jaguar XKE roadster was sold new by Boffo Motors in New Brighton, Pennsylvania, and was purchased by the seller 19 years ago. The car is finished in British Racing Green over beige leather and is powered by a numbers-matching 4.2-liter inline-six paired with a four-speed manual transmission. Features include 15″ knock-off wire wheels, a black soft top, four-wheel disc brakes, and dual Stromberg carburetors. Service completed in June 2020 reportedly consisted of repairing the chrome door sill trim, installing a radiator shroud, adjusting the carburetors, and replacing the voltage stabilizer and oil sending unit, as well as an oil change. This Series 1.5 XKE roadster is now offered with a Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate, a Jaguar handbook, service records, and a clean Pennsylvania title in the seller’s name.
The car was reportedly refinished from its original black to British Racing Green in 2002, and work at that time is said to have included replacing the floors and repairing dents in the hood and left-rear quarter panel. The seller states that a rust hole under the trunk was repaired in May 2020, and the area beneath the doors was repainted. Dings and blemishes are visible on the hood, and the convertible top is said to have been replaced in 2011. The headlights do not work.
15″ wire wheels with two-eared Jaguar knock-offs wear 205/70 Centennial Interceptor Touring tires. The brake system features four-wheel discs with inboard-mounted rear rotors.
The cabin was reportedly reupholstered in 2003 and features beige leather with matching door panels and carpet as well as a contrasting black dashboard. There is a tear in the driver’s door panel, and the radio does not work. The rubber seals around the doors were repaired in June 2020 along with the heater fan motor.
The wood-rimmed steering wheel fronts Smiths instrumentation including a 160-mph speedometer and a 6k-rpm tachometer. Auxiliary gauges for voltage, oil pressure, fuel level, and water temperature are mounted in the center of the dashboard above factory switchgear. The five-digit odometer shows 29k miles, approximately 1k of which were added by the seller.
The numbers-matching 4.2-liter inline-six is equipped with dual Stromberg carburetors and is paired with a four-speed manual transmission. The cylinder head was refurbished in 2017, and the ignition wires were replaced at that time. More recent work included replacement of the oil sending unit and voltage stabilizer, as well as an oil change. The seller notes that the fuel tank, clutch, and engine mounts have been replaced, and the radiator was refreshed in 2019. The data plate is missing, and a replacement plate is included in the sale.
The Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate lists a manufacture date of June 12, 1968, the original colors, and powertrain numbers.
2020-11-06 13:47:25 | Captain RD writes:
SOLD FOR $74,000 ON $74,000 [BAT]
2020-11-06 13:48:19 | Captain RD writes:
SOLD FOR $74,000 ON 11/6/2020 [BAT]