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2R13710

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2004-09-27 10:22:49 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 9/27/04
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Current bid $26,211.00, no reserve, 24 bids, 8 days left in auction.

Sellers description:
Greetings to All !!! imotors is very Excited to offer this Wonderful 1971 Jaguar XKE Series II OTS. This is quite an interesting example and will be a BARGAIN for the smart buyer. This is one of the last six cylinder cars(The Series 3 V-12 started in 1971), and is quite rare and desirable. It appears to have been FULLY restored, and is Gorgeous!!!!. The Chrome Wire Wheels(5) are beautiful and really add to it's appearance. It is powered by the famous Jaguar 4.2 DOHC inline six that puts out well over 200 HP. The four speed manual gearbox(good synchros), along with the four wheel disk brakes, independent rear suspension, and rack and pinion steering give this XKE that true sports car feeling. You can see the distinct resemblance to the famous D Type racecars.

This particular example was just purchased to settle a divorce. From what I have been told, these folks purchased this car from the local Jaguar dealer about 10 years ago. It was, at that time fully restored, and they paid an obscene amount of money for it. There are some dash plaques in the car, indicating that they took it to some shows in the mid 90's. It even took second in class at the world famous "Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix" British Car Day. I guess the relationship started to sour sometime around 1999(last safety inspection sticker), and the Jag was put into storage. We stumbled upon it a few months ago, with a For Sale sign in the window, and snapped it up!!! You can take one look at the car, and know that it was a complete restoration. It looks like the car was completely taken apart, redone, and put back together. Yes, it is showing some minor wear, from time, and use. A few nicks, and chips here and there, and some dirt, and grime. Nothing that you would need to repair, or even be put off by. Is it pefect, not hardly. No car is. BUT...It is Extremely nice, and(in my opinion), quite show worthy!!

In the last few hundred miles, the car was taken out of storage, and completely re-commissioned. Almost $1500.00 has been spent to ensure reliability, and motoring pleasure. We have receipts for the following......

Complete Tune Up
Rebuild both carburetors, including new diaphragms
Remove, and clean/coat the fuel tank
Replace 6 sparking plugs
Replace Air Filters
Replace Fuel Filter
Change Oil and Filter
Replace both front brake rotors

As expected it is sheer heaven to drive. It now performs beautifully, and should be ready to be loved and enjoyed by the next lucky owner.

The exterior colour is, of course, British Racing Green, and is magnificent!! I see no signs of previous damage, and of course no rust is present. There are a few nicks, and chips along various edges. We have touched them up, and they are hardly noticeable. I'm certain that it was completely refinished during restoration. The biscuit roadster top is also in beautiful condition. You will notice in the photos below, that the rear window is almost as clear as glass. The chrome wire wheels are also just gorgeous. They are riding on a set of Michelins that are about 70%. They do have a slight amount of dry-Rot(left rear is the worst) in the sidewalls. This 1971 Jaguar XKE makes a grand appearance and causes a commotion wherever it goes. This car draws more attention than almost ANY car on the road today(including my Rolls Royce Corniche). The XKE is one of the most notable sports cars ever conceived, and is ever increasing in value. I would consider it an exotic at a VERY affordable price, that will be a great investment.

The interior is beautiful Biscuit leather. It also was completely redone(I think), including the carpets, and makes a Lovely appearance. The headrests are in great condition as well, and do not need "restuffed". The steering wheel is a beautiful Nardi 3 spoke. It has a crack around the inside edge, that is hardly noticeable, but you can feel it with your hands. I can purchase a replica of the original for about $300.00, if the winner desires. The black air conditiong unit under the dash was broken, as many of them are(people must bump them with their knees). We have had it professionally repaired, and it looks pretty good, not perfect, but definitely not worth replacing(if you could ever find one!!).The dash and gauges are in very nice condition, they are all in proper working order(with the exception of the clock). The AM FM Stereo Cassette is not currently working, but will be either repaired, or replaced before you pick it up.

This beautiful XKE Roadster has just been safety checked and thoroughly inspected. It starts with ease and runs super. As noted above over $1500.00 has just been spent on service and upgrades. I have driven it extensively(about 300 miles). It drives like no other car that I have ever driven....Smooth, Tight, and responsive. It is a Fabulous Example and will certainly be cherished by the lucky New owner. This wonderful Jaguar XKE is just Gorgeous, and is ready to be driven and enjoyed for many years to come.

This is a Wonderful 1971 Jaguar XKE Series 2 OTS(Open Two Seater)! We are completely certain you will Absolutely Love This Car and will be very happy with the deal.

2020-10-11 06:45:46 | pauls writes:

Car on BAT 10/11/20

bringatrailer.com/listing/1971-jaguar-xke-roadster-series-ii-16/_source=dm&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2020-10-11

Auction description:

Lot #37940

Seller: jeff812

Location: Columbus, Indiana 47203, previously Pittsburgh, PA

Chassis: 2R13710

49k Miles Shown, TMU

Numbers-Matching 4.2L Inline-Six

4-Speed Manual Transmission

Green over Tan Leather

Tan Soft Top & Black Boot Cover

Cassette Stereo

Inoperable R12 Air Conditioning

Alternator & Voltage Regulator Replaced

Maintenance Spreadsheet

Private Party or Dealer: Private Party

This 1971 Jaguar XKE Series II roadster is finished in green with a tan soft top over a tan leather interior. The seller acquired the car in 2014 and has since added approximately 2k miles. A numbers-matching 4.2L inline-six is paired with a four-speed manual transmission, and additional features include dual Stromberg carburetors, 15″ wire wheels, a black boot cover, a cassette stereo, and R12 air conditioning. Service performed in 2020 included changing the oil and replacing the alternator as well as the voltage regulator. This Series II XKE roadster is now offered with partial records since 2005, the seller’s maintenance spreadsheet, a factory booklet, and a clean Indiana title in the seller’s name.

The car is finished in green, and the seller notes that the hood was refinished by a previous owner. The tan convertible top is paired with a black boot cover, and additional features include chrome-finished bumpers with guards as well as dual-exit exhaust. A touched-up chip in the paintwork is depicted up close in the photo gallery below.

Chrome-finished 15″ wire wheels wear 205/70 Dunlop SP40 whitewall tires as well as two-ear Jaguar knockoffs. The brake master cylinder was replaced in 2019, and the chassis was lubricated in 2020.

The interior features individual bucket seats with tan leather upholstery, and the driver-side headrest exhibits imperfections. A matching tan console, carpeting, and door panels are contrasted by a black dashboard with an aftermarket cassette stereo. The seller states that the R12 air-conditioning system is inoperable.

A wood-rimmed steering wheel sits ahead of factory Smiths instrumentation that includes a 160-mph speedometer, a 6k-rpm tachometer, and auxiliary gauges that extend across the dashboard. The five-digit odometer shows 49k miles, approximately 2k of which have been added during current ownership.

The 4.2-liter inline-six features dual Stromberg carburetors, and service performed in 2020 included changing the oil as well as replacing the alternator and the voltage regulator. Service records dating back to 2005 are provided along with a maintenance spreadsheet created by the seller.

Engine stamping 7R11196 matches the first digits of the car’s data plate. Power is delivered to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission.

2020-10-19 11:41:31 | Captain RD writes:

SOLD FOR $71,500 ON 10/19/20

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