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1R9938

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2015-10-30 18:15:21 | pauls writes:

Car offered at:
www.motoexotica.com/inventory/listing/1969-jaguar-e-type-2/

Sellers description:
Asking Price: $139,900
VIN: 1R9938
Title: Clear

Extensive correct nut and bolt restoration
Finished in desirable Signal Red Exterior with Tan Connolly Leather
New wire wheels and knock offs
New Tan "Stay Fast" convertible top
Numbers matching; motor, transmission and rear differential
Period correct wooden "Nardi" steering wheel

MotoeXotica Classic Cars is pleased to present this handsome and fully restored to concourse standards 1969 Jaguar E-type series II roadster. This is the true classic British enthusiast's car, The subject of two previously well done restorations. Finished in a dramatic, deep rich Signal red paint job. The paint was applied with the pinnacle of care - with 2 coats of original red paint applied covered with 5 coats of clear - each coat wet sanded and polished to perfection shows extremely well even upon close inspection. Both the front and rear bumpers fit nicely and compliment the body. Paint and body (#4R4187) are exceptional with no visible evidence of repair or damage that we could find.

Inside, the rich tan Connolly leather bucket seats look great with no major signs of wear visible. The door panels are impeccably finish, carpet displaying extremely well, with the dashboard condition and period correct gauges completes the excellence of the interior while mirroring the excellence of the exterior. Included with this handsome cat are two Jaguar Clubs of North America, Inc. (JCNA), Concours D' Elegance Best Jaguar in class pewter plates

Recently acquired for the car, was a new front bumper, new badging, new windshield, The engine was removed for the addition of a new clutch kit, While out of the bay, the removed engine was a painted and detailed. At the same time, the engine compartment was also detailed, polished and where needed painted. The suspension was removed and repainted, and all of the suspension parts replaced with new.

The underside is equally well restored and sorted with all new parts. The car enjoys new turn signals front and rear. new door chrome, new windshield surround chrome and virtually new tires. Also, new side marker lights were installed and a period correct wooden "Nardi" steering wheel,

New brakes were applied to the front, and rear brakes are in excellent condition. There are new headlights ,chrome eyebrows , fender joiners , rear view mirror is NOS as are the two door mirrors. There is new rubber weather-stripping around the entire car.

Before you start thinking this cat is a just a garage queen, it is meant to be driven! This number matching car is equipped with a strong 265HP 4.2L inline 6 cylinder engine (# 7R6190-9) matted with a all-synchromesh four-speed gearbox and independent coil spring rear suspension is ready for weekend drives in the country or the track! Everything is in excellent working order mechanically as well as electrically. No overheating issues, either.

Current mileage on the odometer shows 96,120, it is sold as is and is mileage exempt. The car is being sold on a clean & clear title. We currently have a Jaguar Heritage Certificate on the way for this 69 and we will update the ad when it arrives.

2015-11-15 14:41:50 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 11/15/15
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-E-Type-Roadster-/381466140284
Current bid US $10,359 reserve not met 7 bids 9 days left in auction. 96k miles.

Same seller as above.

2015-11-26 15:17:38 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 11/26/15
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-E-Type-Roadster-/391329135570
Opening bid US $127,271, no bids reserve not met 6 days left in auction.

Previous auction ended at $82,100 after 53 bids.

2016-06-08 23:02:44 | Clive writes:

Advertised on Carsales.com.au in Sydney, Australia on 9 June 2016 asking AUS$85,100. Photos show car is still left hand drive, and advertisement still refers to the seller as "MotoeXotica Classic Cars". However, as at 9 June 2016, the MotoeXotica USA website shows this car as sold. When previously advertised by MotoeXotica in the USA, photos on the MotoeXotica website showed "96125" on the odometer, so current claimed mileage of "69160" appears to be an inadvertent transposition of the first two digits.
Seller's description on Carsales.com.au: "69160 km on the clock only. This luxurious 1969 Jaguar E Type provides the ultimate in luxury. Extensive correct nut and bolt restoration. Finished in desirable Signal Red Exterior with Tan Connolly Leather. New wire wheels and knock offs. New Tan "Stay Fast" convertible top. Numbers matching; motor, transmission and rear differential. Period correct wooden "Nardi" steering wheel.
MotoeXotica Classic Cars is pleased to present this handsome and fully restored to concourse standards 1969 Jaguar E-type series II roadster. This is the true classic British enthusiast's car, The subject of two previously well done restorations. Finished in a dramatic, deep rich Signal red paint job. The paint was applied with the pinnacle of care - with 2 coats of original red paint applied covered with 5 coats of clear - each coat wet sanded and polished to perfection shows extremely well even upon close inspection. Both the front and rear bumpers fit nicely and compliment the body. Paint and body (#4R4187) are exceptional with no visible evidence of repair or damage that we could find.
Don't let this go at this price!. Vehicle registration paid until January 2017."

2016-08-31 23:40:31 | Keith writes:

Does anyone know if this car was sold.
If so who the current owner is ?
It seems odd that the car was recently for sale in USA...then was recently being sold in Australia.
There are a few scammers out there....Humm!!!

2019-01-01 12:06:37 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at;

www.hemmings.com/classifieds/dealer/jaguar/xke/2075077.html

Seller's description:

Location: Cleveland, Ohio, 44056

VIN #: 1R9938

Mileage: 96,222

Transmission: Manual

Condition: Mint

Exterior: Signal Red

Interior: Tan leather

Spectacular restoration in great colors. Numbers-matching engine and transmission. Highly detailed throughout. Multiple award winner that runs and drives beautifully. An exceptional example.

Finished in brilliant Signal Red, this 1969 E-Type Series II has a recent and comprehensive restoration that shows its quality in multiple JCNA show wins. Although BRG is a favorite on Jaguars, if you're going to attract attention, you may as well do it right with a bright red car—it's just spectacular in person. The restoration was done to the highest standards and it likely fits together better now than when it was new, with even gaps and doors that latch easily without a heavy slam. It appears to be wearing all its original sheetmetal with no patches or replacements, but given the state of the art in Jaguar restorations, metalsmiths making replacement pieces disappear is not surprising. Likewise, all the chrome was refinished to show standards, with only the rear bumper starting to show a few signs of age that likely comes from its proximity to the exhaust.

The tan Connolly leather interior demonstrates why the Series II cars are so desirable for drivers. The seats are more adjustable than the early shells and far more plush for long trips. There's more leg room and more room in the foot boxes so you don't need to be a ballerina to heel-and-toe it. The leather seat covers show some minor comfort marks and given the quality of the restoration and its relative youth, there's a possibility that the seats might be original and just very nicely preserved, it's hard to say. A lovely wood-rimmed Moto-Lita steering wheel is original, not a reproduction, and all the Smiths instruments are restored and operational. Big, easy-to-use rockers replaced the delicate toggles of the early cars and this one sports a Jaguar-logo AM/FM/cassette stereo head unit that certainly seems appropriate, although it's quite modern with digital tuning. A new StayFast tan canvas top folds easily and offers fresh weather seals so it closes up reasonably well, although you should not expect a vintage Jaguar roadster to be water-tight—that just wouldn't be proper. The trunk is likewise outfitted with a proper set of mats and side panels, as well as a matching chrome wire wheel in the tire well (which, you'll note, is original and rust-free).

This is the car's original, numbers-matching 4.2 liter DOHC inline-6. It was fully rebuilt to stock specs during the restoration and it is properly tuned, unlike so many of its siblings. It starts easily and idles smoothly with a bit of choke. As it warms, push the choke in and it drops to a friendly 800 RPM idle, ready to enjoy. No drama, just turn the key and go. Even when it's hot, it shows no bad habits, which is surely how it was when it was new and why I would argue that this is a supercar you can drive every day. Finned cam covers, polished aluminum, and expert detailing make the underhood area almost too pretty to hide. Twin side-draft carburetors are easier to keep in synch than the earlier triple carb setup, yet give up nothing in the horsepower department. You also get a correct coil and Champion ignition wire set, a proper washer bottle on the firewall, and factory-style fittings and hardware used throughout. Someone clearly knew their Jaguars when this car came together.

The 4-speed manual gearbox is likewise numbers-matching, as is the independent rear end with 3.54 gears inside. The chassis is exquisitely detailed with painted subframes, a polished stainless steel exhaust system with resonators, and a protective textured layer on the floors and other vitals. Braking is effective and the sound from the twin pipes out back is worth dropping down a gear or two every time you go through a tunnel—after all, isn't that part of why you own a Jaguar? Gorgeous chrome wire wheels with correct knock-off hubs glitter against the red paint and wear modern Goodyear radials.

A Heritage Certificate has been ordered.

We've sold a few E-Types in recent months, and this is by far the finest in terms of quality and pedigree. Beautiful in every way that matters, fully functional, and ready to enjoy. You could show it and have some success, but after you slide behind the wheel and let the big cat seduce you, you'll probably find that driving is what it loves most. Call today!

For more details and photos, please visit www.HarwoodMotors.com

Price: $129,900

2019-09-16 07:15:24 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 9/16/19

www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Jaguar-E-Type-Open-Two-Seater/323915821998

Car has a buy it now price of $109,900 for 28 days, seller harwoodmotorsltd.

2020-02-12 07:18:16 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 2/12/20

www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Jaguar-XKE-Series-II-OTS/324068914423

Car has a classified ad price $109,900 for 29 days, same seller.

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