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Record Creation: Entered on 1 January 2003.

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Heritage Notes

Production Record Trace Certificate Number 25292

Owner: Andre Cassis

(email)

Updated January 13th, 2016. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2005-03-06 10:19:41 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 3/6/05
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll
Current bid $20,351.00 (Reserve not met), 5 bids, 5 days left in auction. Auction is from Mendham, New Jersey. Buy it now price $39,950.

Sellers description:
1974 XKE OTS, two owner car with 24,000 original documented miles. It is turquoise, an original but rare, factory color. The car has been issued a certificate of authenticity from JCNA. In order to obtain this certificate, all numbers and the paint must match the original information on file with Jaguar. The car has it’s original biscuit leather interior with a very nice patina and the original soft top, which does have a small tear behind the driver’s window that is not serious and may be reparable (see photo). The car comes with a tonneau cover. The large (ugly) front bumpers (original to the 1974 models) were replaced by smaller ones, giving the car a much sleeker look. Pirelli P-Zero tires were installed on the car in 2003 and have very limited miles on them. The chrome wires wheels and the four speed synchromesh transmission are original standard equipment. The car has a stainless steel exhaust system and an AM/FM/CD stereo system that works well even with the top down on the highway. There is factory air conditioning that is currently not operational; but may only need to be re-charged. The car comes with a nice powder blue cover with a Jaguar logo, the original jack, and hammer. This car has always been garaged and covered.

The original owner was Max Weinberg, drummer for the E Street band and friend of Bruce Springsteen. Max Weinberg is also the band leader for Late Night with Conan O’Brien, currently on TV. Additionally, the car was featured in the film “Passionada” (currently on DVD), staring Jason Isaac and Sophia Milos. It appears in several scenes in the film driven by the star, Jason Isaacs. Check it out!

Overall condition is excellent, though it is not in concours condition. This car would benefit from a complete detailing of the paint, interior and engine compartment to bring it back to its original high standard. Over the years it has won numerous awards including a first place at the Delaware Valley JCNA concours in the “driven” class, and a first place at The British Invasion X in Stowe, VT as well as awards at various local car shows. The car has been serviced on a regular basis and has never been in an accident. There is no evidence of rust. The car has never needed any major mechanical work; the voltage regulator and master cylinder were just replaced due to a prolonged period of not being driven. The paint is all original and in good condition with a few minor scratches.

This is an XKE that always attracts positive comments and wins awards. It is a solid and very presentable driver and well worth the reasonable reserve we have set. I am selling for a friend, who is not E-bay/computer literate. His wife recently passed and the car holds many memories of their activities together.

2005-03-06 10:41:36 | pauls writes:

Vin on this car is UE1S24352.

2005-03-20 10:28:58 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 3/20/05
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll
Current bid $25,000.00 (Reserve not met),1 bid, 6 days left in auction.

Previous auction ended at $33,300.00 (Reserve not met) afte 16 bids.

2005-10-27 18:11:20 | Andre Cassis writes:

I bought this car on E-Bay in March of 2005.
I am currently in the process of having performed a complete mechanical updating of the bushings front and back,replacement of the torsion bars,alignment,brakes,re-built gearbox,clutch and all ancillaries ,replacementof the wiring harness to name but a few of the mechanical repairs.The work is being performed by Brittanicar in Montreal,British car experts and namely by Len and Seth.The car was a low mileage vehicle (23,500 miles) that was neglected by the previous owner.The original owner was the drummer for the E Street Band (Max Weinberg)who I suspect drove the car very little in light of his high profile occupation and the jet-setting that entails.
This work ,needless to say ,cost and is costing an incredible amount of money.Not for the faint of heart nor for one who is not prepared to invest huge sums of money for the most ordinary repairs.
The pleasure is in beholding the vehicle and driving a true classic.
Andre Cassis

2005-10-27 21:42:39 | Andre Cassis writes:

The top has also been replaced with a black german canvas top and has the original hardtop .The am-fm stereo radio is an original British Leyland radio now.The air conditioning blows cold and the vents are now all 100% intact as is the fascia.If as and when I remember repairs,replacements and improvements I will diarize them.A labour of love indeed!

2005-10-27 21:52:27 | Andre Cassis writes:

The last three pictures on the right in the top row are in front of my house in Montreal.The 560 SL behind my E-Type is also mine and it is 100% original with 18,000 miles.All the other pictures are from the second owner from whom I purchased the car.

2006-01-25 18:15:28 | Dave K writes:

Andre, Nice to see your car at last and it certainly looks a good one, is that the original colour or did the PO re pray it? you are also doing a splendid job on yours and great to see these cars all looking so nice.
Yes I have done all the work myself and still am!!

Dave

2006-01-29 22:08:00 | Andre Cassis writes:

Hello Dave,

Thanks for your note.Yes that is the original color and about 60% of the paint is original.This is where I am in a quandary as to what to do. I've had the car evaluated for insurance coverage purposes and the evaluator rates the car a #2.If I were to respray it I would have a very close to #1 car but it would no longer be original and as a result of its low mileage and almost as new and original interior I am of the opinion some of its patina would be lost for ever for the sake of getting closer to some form of "perfection" if that really exists!Therefore I'm torn as to whether to go ahead with it or not.When I go to an antique car show today there never are any original cars,only trailered cars that owners probably never drive.They sure look good though.Cheers!

2006-06-06 08:23:34 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 6/6/06
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jaguar-E-Type-Jaguar-E-Type-OTS-1974_W0QQitemZ4647169919
Opening bid C $65,000 (Approximately US $59,031.90) reserve not met, no bids yet, 5 days left in auction.

Sellers description:
1974 E-Type OTS, three owner car with 24,770 original documented miles. It is turquoise, an original but rare, factory color. The car has been issued a certificate of authenticity from JDHT #25292. In order to obtain this certificate, all numbers and the paint must match the original information on file with Jaguar.

The car has its original tan leather interior and a new black German canvas soft top. The car comes with the original tonneau cover and the original and very rare Hard Top.

The large 1974 front and rear bumpers were replaced by the original for the 1971 & 1972 model year overriders and chrome bumpers (as all the European E-Types have until the 1974 model year).

The car has a stainless steel exhaust system.The radio is the original AM-FM British Leyland stereo radio. The factory air conditioning blows very cold.There has been alot of mechanical work performed by Brittanicar in Montreal including the wiring harness,new Opus ignition,new clutch,throw-out bearing and re-built gearbox as well all the suspension bushings front and rear as well as brand new torsion bars and rear discs,simply put anything that needed attention got it.

The car comes with a nice powder blue cover with a Jaguar logo, the original jack, and hammer as well as the original owner's manual and plastic Jaguar embossed sleeve. This car has always been garaged and covered.

The original owner was Max Weinberg, drummer for the E Street band of Bruce Springsteen fame. Max Weinberg is also the band leader for Late Night with Conan O’Brien, currently on TV. Additionally, the car was featured in the film "Passionada" (currently on DVD), starring Jason Isaacs and Sophia Milos. It appears in several scenes in the film driven by Jason Isaacs.

Overall condition is excellent, and PG Evaluation of Montreal rated it a number "two" car. A number "one" car is Concours. The paint is at least 60% original and in good condition with a few minor scratches.

This is an all original and appreciating classic with an interesting lineage. The Reserve Price is set high. An original car is worth much more than a top to bottom restoration.

2006-10-14 23:16:51 | Andre Cassis writes:

It is October 14th 2006 and I have contracted to have my Jaguar re-sprayed. I have bit the bullit so to speak and gone for the complete stripping of the car and re-spraying.The Jaguar has been stripped of all its chrome,the front bumpers and overiders are being sent out for re-chroming and the stripping of the paint to bare metal will start soon,if any pictures are available based on time constraints to going to the paint shop and photographing same then I will share them...again no expense has been spare.

2007-01-14 00:56:50 | John DeLay writes:

Andre, I love the color of your car and look forward to seeing the results of your labor.
Thanks again for your kind words.
John Delay 66OTS 1E12025

2007-01-16 23:10:11 | Andre Cassis writes:

Strip down,metal work,priming and painting pictures have been added.The paint has been sprayed on interior elements and the final coats will be added soon. It is ciming along nicely and am glad that the metal work is completely original with no rust whatsoever. The red primer is the original primer used by the factory.In hindsight I am glad that I decided to re-spray my Jaguar. The original paint application by British Leyland left alot to be desired.The final coats of paint pictures will eventually follow.

2007-02-03 17:53:47 | Andre Cassis writes:

The Jaguar is now at the shop for re-assembly. I am delighted with the re-spray.The front and reat bumpers and overriders have been re-chromed as well as the exhaust fan-tail exhaust pipe.Pictures of the finished product will undoubtedly follow as the process of re-assembly continues.

2007-04-30 00:11:25 | Andre Cassis writes:

The Jaguar is finally back home from re-assembly and I had a chance to take some pictures after the spring rain this week-end.

2008-02-20 11:19:34 | Andre Cassis writes:

My car was honored by XKE Data when it was selected to be in the 2008 XKE Data Calendar as the March 2008 "pin-up" in front of my house in Montreal.

2008-09-03 10:03:59 | Andre Cassis writes:

Of late I had Classic Upholstery change the black canvas top into an original black Everflex Vinyl top. Additionally I had the original Butec Voltage Regulator re-installed rather than the less than original Rolls Royce Voltage Regulator.Although they both are competent regulators I preferred re-installing the original for obvious reasons.

2010-01-19 09:33:24 | Paul & Toni writes:

Andre, what a cream puff. We love it. Truely one of the best classic sport car I have ever seen !!

2011-10-12 08:57:36 | DOUGLAS writes:

Turquoise is tops on an E type. Even the pictures are an injustice.
Very Very Nice Andre.
from Chassis # 1S22539

2011-10-12 10:39:11 | Andre Cassis writes:

Thanks Douglas. Much appreciated

2013-11-05 21:05:28 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 11/5/13
www.ebay.com/itm/291006139071
Classified ad price: GBP 100,000. 28k miles.

Sellers description:
A piece of automotive art for sale.

Immaculately maintained and fully documented with originality certification from Jaguar Motor Cars,Browns Lane, Coventry,England.

Equipped with functioning air conditioning,British Leyland AM FM stereo radio and factory hard top.

Original Turquoise exterior with original tan leather interior.

Previously owned by Max Weinberg of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band and imported from New Jersey.

This is one of the best original Series 3 E-Type motor cars in the world.

Completely reliable due to professional levels of upkeep and maintenance.

This is an Investment Grade E-Type that will continue appreciating in value.

Trivia: This stunning Jaguar appeared in Passionada, a feature film starring Jason Isaacs, Sofia Milos and Emmy Rossum. If so inclined you may view this very same Jaguar in the feature film.

2014-04-17 09:54:19 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 4/17/14
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-Leather-Jaguar-E-Type-Series-III-Open-Two-Seater- ...
Car has a buy it now price of US $150,000 for 6 days.

Same description as above.

2014-04-17 09:58:38 | Andre Cassis writes:

My car is also listed for sale on The Jaguar Experience

www.jagexp.com/registry/UE1S24352

and Kijiji

www.kijiji.ca/v-voiture-collection/ville-de-montreal/1974-jaguar-e-type-open-two ...

There! Now you have a choice of venues!
Great car and will go hopefully to as good if not a better home than this keeper has given it. Enjoy fellow feline lovers.

2014-04-25 06:37:02 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 4/25/14
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-Roadster-Jaguar-E-Type-Series-III-Open-Two-Seater ...
Car has a buy it now price of US $150,000 for 6 days, 1 offer.

Previous listing received no offers.

2014-04-28 22:06:28 | Andre Cassis writes:

Hi Pauls,
I raised my selling price to $175,000 in light of the fact that Eagle in Great Britain is asking $226,700 for their 1972 E-Type that has more mileage and a brand new and not original interior. Oh and I received a second offer.

2014-05-02 06:59:19 | pauls writes:

Its a nice car Andre. Returns to ebay 5/2/14
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-Roadster-Jaguar-E-Type-Series-III-Open-Two-Seater ...
Car has a buy it now price of $175,000, for 6 days, 1 offer.

Previous listing received 2 offers.

2014-08-12 19:48:38 | Kenth writes:

Hi Andre
Very nice car you have.
The car is gorgeous.
I have recently bought a Jaguar XKE (UD1S21854) with the same color. It needs new paint. Can not find the color code on turkose. Can you help me? What color did you use when you painted your car.
Best regards Kenth ..

2014-08-12 20:24:59 | Andre Cassis writes:

Hi Kenth, The Turquoise Jaguar color from what I understand is not difficult to obtain from the paint supplier. That's all I was provided as far as information. Sorry I cannot be of greater assistance.Andre

2015-04-25 10:04:13 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 4/25/15
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-/221753799630
Current bid US $36,100 reserve not met 7 bids 6 days left in auction. 28k miles.

Sellers description:
1974 Jaguar E Type For Sale in Montreal, Quebec H3H 1Y6 CAN

This is a great classic 1974 Jaguar E Type, Equipped with 4 speed manual transmission, wire wheels, air conditioning, original British Leyland stereo radio, original Turquoise exterior with original tan leather interior and a removable hardtop.

The mileage is original and fully documented at 28,770 miles.

This is an original and impeccably maintained Jaguar E-Type with one, no expense spared re-spray by Daniel Cardinal of St¬-Constant, Quebec and expertly maintained by Hassan of European Motorwerks on Jean-Talon in Town of Mount Royal, Quebec.

Impossible to replicate...they are original only once.

2015-08-19 12:08:18 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 8/19/15
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-OPEN-TWO-SEATER-OTS-/291543080193
Car has a buy it now price of $125,000 for 20 days.

Previous auction info removed.

2015-09-09 12:03:33 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 9/9/15
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-OPEN-TWO-SEATER-OTS-/291559775157
Car has a buy it now price of $125,000 for 20 days. Seller k6130

Previous listing received no offers.

2015-09-09 14:14:46 | André Cassis writes:

Previous auction ended with one declined offer of $95,000 US.

2015-10-16 14:04:06 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 10/16/15
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-OPEN-TWO-SEATER-OTS-/291591009212
Car has a buy it now price of $125,000 for 6 days. Seller k6130

2016-01-03 13:45:11 | pauls writes:

Don't know what the problem is Andre, looks like a very nice car. Returns to ebay 1/3/16
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-OPEN-TWO-SEATER-OTS-/291651503905
Car has a buy it now price of $125,000 for 6 days.

Previous listing received no offers.

2016-01-03 15:05:02 | André writes:

Hello Pauls, I have received low ball offers. If you follow the bidding on EBay and the Buy it now price is $90,000 the bidding goes to $45,000. It takes patience and someone with the financial resources. In the mean time if you look at Hagerty valuationtools the value keeps on going up. I will be raising the selling price by at least $25,000 in the spring. Take care and good hearing from you.

2016-02-15 16:33:28 | André Cassis writes:

www.ebay.ca/itm/111899695083

I want people who refer to the previous tirade between myself, Autonymous and Pauls to first of understand that when I say that Ebay bidders traditionally low ball cars on the auction block that I speak with knowledge and the proof is in the above attachment. Almost exactly 50% of the asking price has been bid on a pristine 12,000 mile original Jaguar E-Type OTS....if these people can't afford a Jaguar...why bid??

2016-08-22 12:58:43 | Andre writes:

www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/cars/article-3747331/Boycie-s-Jaguar-E-Type-sale-auc ...

79,000 mile automatic expected to sell at auction between 75,000 and 85,000 British Pounds .

2016-09-06 22:15:51 | André Cassis writes:

A complete new set of Dunlop SP Radial Tires were recently installed. Same were ordered directly from the UK for me by Talon Tire.
The exhaust was converted back to original specifications with stainless steel twin fan tail pipe versus the unoriginal quad fan tail. Late 73 and all 1974 cars had twin chrome tail pipes.
The complete set of six shocks(NOS) including four rear springs(NOS) were also recently replaced along with the SNG Barratt trouble free upgraded Opus ignition.

2016-09-11 23:35:40 | ANDRE CASSIS writes:

www.silverstoneauctions.com/1973-jaguar-e-type-series-iii-roadster---boycies-e-t ...

The above mentioned E-Type with 79,000 miles and an automatic sold for 115,800,British pounds plus auction fees.

Click on the link provided above.

2016-09-11 23:38:39 | ANDRE CASSIS writes:

That converts to $200,694.94 CDN

God knows how much more it needs to sort it out.....not that many Jaguar owners take meticulous care of their Jaguars...one only has to go over the history of my car to see what it took to bring it to its current condition! But who's counting! LOL

2016-09-13 17:21:09 | acassis@bell.net writes:

It has taken me a while to understand the prospective Jaguar E-Type buyer...he/she want a $200,000 E-Type for $50,000. Well I hope your wishes come true...but on the other side be very careful of what you wish for....because unless you find a total fool who also needs the money desperately which is akin to winning a lottery...I suggest you save your hard earned $50,000 and buy lottery tickets....maybe that way you'll be better able to afford the E-Type of your dreams...my E-Type may yet be still available ...but for a much higher price. They say Jaguar E-Types are appreciating assets...seems Hagerty and NADA as well as auction houses around the world seem to agree.

2016-09-14 21:03:21 | André Cassis writes:

Further to the above, be very wary of the bargain E-type. They are usually very neglected in terms of necessary maintenance and repairs. Leaks from the gear box,engine seal, rack and pinion leaks and power steering box leaks. The price of a well maintained E-type is never cheap. The repair bills and parts are not for the run of the mill enthusiast. You have to have the means.

2016-09-15 22:16:56 | ANDRE CASSIS writes:

newsmasterapp.com/article/i6330597783631823363

Jaguar E-Type 1964 Discovered In A Dilapidated Garage

A Jaguar E-Type 1964 is a terrible thing to waste. When a family in England inherited a house with an old garage they decided to take a look around and that's where they found the classic car.
It was later purchased at auction by the Imperial War Museum at Duxford, in December 2016 for somewhere between 35-45 thousand pounds ($46,000-$60,000).

2016-09-21 20:02:05 | André Cassis writes:

youtu.be/w8gQiNOI6BY
I thought this great you tube test drive of a series three e-type was very interesting.

2016-09-21 20:07:52 | Andre Cassis writes:

classiccarsdriven.com/series-3-jaguar-e-type-v12-driven/

The complete review is very informative.

2016-09-27 00:38:31 | André Cassis writes:

On Velocity channel's What's my car worth they valued a 1973 Jaguar e-type with 25,000 miles and a hard top in British Racing Green at $140,000 USD.

2017-01-23 14:18:50 | Andre Cassis writes:

www.autoworldnews.com/articles/27588/20170123/1963-jaguar-e-type-becomes-expensi ...

My superb E-Type is a bargain at $125,000 USD.

2017-01-24 20:06:25 | John S writes:

Andre, love your car, and everything about it.
Keep trying, i'm sure there is a V12 lover out there somewhere.

2017-01-24 21:25:17 | ANDRE CASSIS writes:

Thanks John! Eventually someone with the means will see the value in this appreciating work of art and investment! Best, André

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