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2017-04-09 14:53:39 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 3/17
www.bonhams.com/auctions/24118/lot/73/

Auction description:
Lot 73
1972/2013 Jaguar E-Type 4.2-Litre V8 Supercharged Roadster by Beacham
Sold for £158,300 (US$ 196,642) inc. premium
Goodwood Members' Meeting
19 Mar 2017, 14:00 GMT
Chichester, Goodwood
Registration no. JYP 111 K
Chassis no. 1550960

*Comprehensively upgraded and improved
*Circa 700 miles since completion
*Combining classic elegance with the best of modern technology
*Only one previous owner
*Breathtaking performance
Footnotes

'What we've done is give an E-Type Jaguar the total functionality of an XKR. The Beacham E-Type is destined for the classic enthusiast who requires reliability along with modern technology and all mod cons, plus a serious fun factor.' - Beacham Ltd.

One of the biggest names in the classic Jaguar world, Beacham first caught the motoring public's imagination back in the late 1980s when the company, based at Hawke's Bay in New Zealand's North Island, began offering its comprehensively restored, re-engineered and updated Jaguar Mark 2 saloons. Since then, Dr Greg Beacham's company has expanded its activities to include restoration and upgrades for the Jaguar XK150, Aston Martin DB4, various Rolls-Royce and Bentley models and, of course, the immortal E-Type.

Automotive technology, though, does not stand still and today, more than half a century since the E-Type's launch, there is a growing market for improved versions of this iconic model combining its beautiful classic looks with modern performance, handling, and comfort. Beacham's approach is to build the engine, driver train and running gear of the Jaguar XKR sports car into an original E-Type bodyshell, that offered here being from a right-hand drive Series III 2+2 Coupé.

Completed in 2013, this car has the most powerful of the three XKR engine options: the 4.2-litre 400bhp supercharged V8, which drives via a six-speed automatic gearbox. Other noteworthy features include ABS, power-assisted steering, cruise control, a stereo system, and satellite navigation. Since its transformation, the Jaguar has covered a mere 700-or-so miles and remains in effectively 'as new' condition. A truly modern driving experience combined with unparalleled classic good looks, this expertly upgraded E-Type Roadster is offered with a V5C registration document. Being made before 1st January 1975, it is, of course, exempt from UK road tax

2017-10-08 15:23:16 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:
motostalgia.com/car-detail/

Sellers description:
Lot: 047
1972 Jaguar XKE Beachman
Estimate: $180,000 - $225,000 Without Reserve
1972 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 V8S Convertible by Beacham
Estimate: $180,000 - $225,000 Without Reserve
Chassis Number: 1S50960
Engine: 4.2L Jaguar DOHC V8
Supercharged/300 bhp
4-Speed Automatic Transmission
Power-Assisted Four-Wheel Disc Brakes
Odometer: 776 Miles Showing

The Car - This beautiful example of Beacham's handiwork may have started life as a V12 coupe, but today is a magnificent open two-seater that will be the envy of all who dare to inspect this splendid machine. In addition to the powerful new generation V8 under the hood, this car has been treated to new suspension, with Apracing disc brakes on all four corners, a superbly detailed engine bay, complete custom leather interior in comforting and ergonomically correct padding, as well as modern air-conditioning, power windows, full assortment of electronic gauges and an Alpine sound system that features radio, CD, MP3 and Bluetooth capabilities. Also, included in the package is a modern GPS unit, plus 17" chrome wire wheels which capture the style of the original 15" factory wires. Performance is outstanding with 0-to-60 in about six seconds and to make sure you understand how everything in this unique vehicle operates the owner's manual. With a click of a switch, the power operated black top glides into position to protect the driver and their passenger as well as that supple-soft leather upholstery. With a modern drive-train and maintaining its original 1972 serial number, this car offers all the best rolled into one package. Used sparingly since its build, this car should be out on the open road with you behind the wheel.

2021-07-27 07:42:43 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 8/21

rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/0721/open-roads--august/lots/r0005-1972-jaguar-e-type ...

Auction description:

Open Roads, August | Lot 222

1972 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 V8S Roadster by Beacham

$175,000 - $225,000 USD

Atlanta, Georgia

28 July - 4 August 2021

Chassis No. 1S 50960

Documents US Title

Expertly converted by Beacham in 2013 to offer the performance, comfort, and convenience of a modern sports car with the classic beauty and allure of an E-Type

Powered by 4.2-liter supercharged V-8 engine from a Jaguar XKR

Reengineered subframe, suspension, and exhaust system

Upgraded electronics featuring ABS, traction control, and airbags

Power-operated convertible top

Bespoke interior with quilted-leather, power-operated seats featuring memory function, automatic climate control, power windows, mirrors and locks, and premium sound system with navigation

Accompanied by Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate

The firm’s technical director, William Heynes, pushed for the new engine to feature in an extensively redesigned E-Type. The new car, the Series III, launched in 1971, boasting the world’s only mass-production V-12 at the time, wider tires, a wider track, power steering as standard, and more powerful brakes. Jaguar is believed to have built fewer than 7,800 Series III E-Type roadsters.

Chassis no. 1S50960, offered here, is part of an even rarer sect of E-Type, having been extensively modified by New Zealand-based Jaguar specialists Beacham. With a manufacture date of 31 December 1971, it was originally built as a two-plus-two fixed-head coupe with a manual transmission, finished in white over black, and dispatched to Henlys, London on 4 February 1972, according to the accompanying Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate.

In 2013, Beacham converted the car into a roadster with a power-operated soft top and incorporated the running gear and drivetrain from a Jaguar XKR. Beneath the bonnet lies a 4.2-liter supercharged V-8 engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. With an advertised 400 horsepower on tap, the performance improvement is a quantum leap over that of the original E-Type.

But power is only part of the story. With five years of development, Beacham reengineered certain chassis components, devising a new subframe with custom-fabricated engine mounts to house the XKR V-8 and front suspension. The exhaust was also rerouted and a stainless-steel system with cross-balance fitted. Fully integrating modern electronic safety systems, including ABS, traction control, and air bags was a feat in and of itself.

Exterior giveaways for the impressive transformation are few—limited to the wider wheels and tires, and contemporary Jaguar mirrors and door handles. Meanwhile, the bespoke interior features modern diamond-stitched tan leather seats with black piping and all the power controls of a current Jaguar. A fully integrated center console and polished wood veneer dashboard blend classic and modern cues. Updated amenities include a power-adjustable steering wheel, seats, and side mirrors, all with memory function, as well as automatic climate control, power windows and locks, a power-operated top, and a premium sound system with navigation.

This E-Type is said to have covered around 1,200 miles since its conversion and is offered with a leather-bound Beacham driver’s handbook, tire repair kit, jack, and mallet for knocking off the wheel spinners. With perfectly integrated XKR components and numerous modern luxury and safety features, it offers exhilarating driving dynamics and refined comfort unobtainable with period components, coupled with the timeless beauty of the Jaguar E-Type.

2021-11-19 09:29:24 | pauls writes:

Car is returning to auction 1/22 did not sell at above auction.

classiccars.com/listings/view/1544437/1972-jaguar-e-type-for-sale-in-scottsdale- ...

Auction description:

This 1972 Jaguar E-Type custom right hand drive roadster by Beacham is powered by an XKR 4.2-liter supercharged V8 engine and mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. Combining classic elegance with modern technology, Beacham converted the car in 2013 and incorporated the running gear and drivetrain from a Jaguar XKR. Beacham re-engineered certain chassis components, devising a new subframe with custom-fabricated engine mounts to house the XKR V8 and front suspension. The exhaust was also re-routed and a stainless-steel system with cross-balance was fitted. Fully integrating modern electronic safety systems, including AP racing 4-wheel disc brakes with ABS, traction control and air bags. The bespoke interior features modern diamond-stitched tan leather seats with black piping and all the power controls of a Jaguar. A fully integrated center console and polished wood veneer dashboard blend classic and modern looks. Features include a power-adjustable steering wheel, seats, and side mirrors, all with memory function, as well as automatic climate control, power windows and locks and a premium sound system with navigation. Includes a leather-bound Beacham driver's handbook, tire repair kit, jack, and mallet for knocking off the wheel spinners

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