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1E18339

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Record Creation: Entered on 22 November 2008.

 

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Exterior Photos (2)

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Details Photos: Exterior (3)

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Detail Photos: Other (1)

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Restoration Photos: Stripdown (1)

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2008-11-22 10:14:18 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 11/08
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Bidding ended at $19,500 reserve not met after 19 bids. Car had a buy it now price of $30,000.

Sellers description:
I'm selling this car for my uncle who lost interest in the project. (Please see end of description for contact information if you have questions). The car is a 1968 Jaguar XKE Series 1.5 as the listing's title states. It has a clean Ohio title. The odometer indicates 50,936 miles although the actual milage is unknown. The car has the 4.2L OHC inline 6 cylinder engine with twin Stromburg carburetors backed by a 4-speed manual transmission and 4 wheel disk brakes. It appears that this car may have been raced or was owned by a race car driver as there are a couple small plates riveted to the original glove box door.

This car was bought in 1992 with every intention of being a show quality restoration. The difficult metal work is already finished. The work was done by a professional using a jig to ensure that everything would be straight and true when finished. The majority of body work has been completed as well using genuine Martin Robey panels. This would be a great candidate for the DIY as all the major metal and body work is done.

99% of the parts needed to complete the restoration are included. There is an extra bonnet with chrome trim, a set of NOS rear bumper blades (paid ~$800), new headlight rings, new fuel pump, and other assorted new parts. A set of perfect chrome strips for the top of the windshield and doors are also there. Included is a notebook containing information about what new parts where bought, what boxes the parts are located in, receipts, etc as well as a Motorbooks Int. Jaguar XK-series restoration book (~$30).

My uncle has invested over $35,000 in this car and many hours of work. Personally I would really like to see this car go to a good home.

2008-11-27 17:36:14 | doc writes:

bid up to $19500..did not sell...price seemed good to me!!!!!

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