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2019-05-18 14:53:03 | pauls writes:

Car offered at:
www.hemmings.com/classifieds/dealer/jaguar/e-type/2270502.html

Seller's description:
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19124
Transmission: Manual
Condition: Mint
Exterior: Blue
Interior: Red
Chassis # 875195
Engine # R1322-9
Early Outside Bonnet Latch Example
A Matching Numbers Example Per JDHT Certificate
Multiple 99.9 Point Awards At JCNA Concours Events
Restored To The Geneva Show Stand Car Specification

The example on offer here, chassis number 875195, fitted with engine number R1322-9, is a very early 1961 Jaguar E-type OTS. It features many interesting and highly desirable traits that were only present on early cars such as the outside bonnet latches, flat floors, welded hood louvers, body color headlight buckets, and the Pumpkin Orange finish on the head. It was completed at the factory on July 10th, 1961 and dispatched July 23, 1961, to Jaguar Cars of New York. Its first owner, R.F. Thompson of Dallas, Texas took delivery of the car on August 28, 1961. According to the included Heritage Certificate, the car was originally finished in a Bronze exterior with Biscuit colored interior and Black top. As the car sits today it is finished in a stunning Opalescent Blue with a Red interior and Blue top, the same color combination of the 1961 Geneva Show-stand car and intentionally restored to match. The current owner purchased the car in 1977 in a slightly scruffy and rough state. Over the next 35 years, the car sat while the owner hunted down and purchased any and all missing correct and date coded components for the car. During this time immense amounts of research were completed, studying the interesting and obscure attributes that set the very early cars apart from other E-types in order to make sure that the restoration of 875195 car was done to exacting standards. In 2012 the restoration was started, the owner undertaking most of the work, including initial disassembly and all mechanical/engine work. All paint and bodywork was done by marque specialist Lindley Motors of Sanatoga, Pennsylvania. Once the paint and bodywork was done, the owner completed reassembly of the vehicle in order to make sure it was done to the absolute highest standards. The restoration of the car was finished in 2015 at which time it was shown and judged at a national JCNA event scoring an outstanding 99.970. If the judging scores were not enough to prove the quality of the restoration, merely looking over the car leaves the viewer in awe of the quality and time spent making sure everything was absolutely correct and finished to the highest level possible. Since its painstaking restoration, this E-type has only seen 400 extremely carefully driven miles and it shows in the way the car still presents in a top-notch manner 3 years later. The attention to detail on this car provides a very unique opportunity to acquire a rare piece of Jaguar history that gives an outstanding look into the early production of the now iconic Jaguar E-type. Included with the sale of this vehicle are JDHT Certificate, JCNA judging sheets, original numbers matching transmission, bell housing, and radiator, Tools (in a spare mounted box as well as a tool roll), and spare tire wearing the correct whitewall tire.

2019-08-16 15:52:06 | Capt RD writes:

showroom and detailed info

lbilimited.com/offerings/1961-jaguar-e-type-roadster/

2019-08-17 04:24:33 | Anonymous writes:

Never heard of any blue/red roadster on the show stand at Geneva?!

Bronze/cream would have been a very nice and as original very suitable color combo

2020-03-19 06:41:21 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 3/20

rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/fl20/online-only--the-palm-beach-auction/lots/r0200-1 ...

1961 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8-Litre Roadster

Lot 460

$285,000 - $325,000

RM | Online Only - ONLINE ONLY: THE PALM BEACH AUCTION 20 - 27 MARCH 2020

Sold For $280,500

Chassis No. 875195

Engine No. R 1322-9

Gearbox No. EB 427 JS

Body No. R 1307

Restoration completed in 2015; covered 400 miles since

Retains numbers matching engine, gearbox, chassis, and body

Ultra-collectable early E-Type with external hood latches, welded louvers, and flat floors

One of the original 385 left-hand-drive roadsters with these features

Accompanied by JDHT certificate, JCNA judging sheets, and tools

Desirable first year of Jaguar’s iconic E-Type

As the 195th left-hand-drive example built, this beautifully presented roadster is one of the early cars equipped with external hood latches, welded louvers, and flat floors. It was completed at the factory on 10 July 1961 and dispatched 23 July 1961 to Jaguar Cars of New York. Its first owner, R. F. Thompson of Dallas, Texas, took delivery of the car on 28 August 1961. According to the included Heritage Certificate, the car was originally finished in a Bronze exterior with Biscuit-colored interior and Black top. As the car sits today, it is finished in a stunning Opalescent Blue with a Red interior and Blue top, the same color combination of the 1961 Geneva Motor Show stand car, as intentionally restored to match.

The current owner purchased the car in 1977. Over the next 35 years, the car sat while the owner hunted down and purchased any missing correct and date-coded components for the car. During this time immense research was completed, studying the interesting and obscure attributes that set the very early cars apart from later E-types in order to ensure the restoration of the car was completed to the highest standards. In 2012 the restoration began, with the owner undertaking most of the work, including initial disassembly of the mechanicals as well as the engine. All paint and bodywork was completed by marque specialist Lindley Motors of Sanatoga, Pennsylvania, at which time the owner began reassembly of the Jaguar to ensure it was finished to the absolute highest standards. The restoration of the car was completed in 2015, at which time it was shown and judged at a national JCNA event scoring an outstanding 99.970. Since its painstaking restoration, this E-type has only covered 400 carefully driven miles, and it shows in the Jaguar’s top-notch presentation years later. The attention to detail on this car provides a very unique opportunity to acquire a rare piece of Jaguar history that gives an outstanding look into the early production of the now iconic Jaguar E-type.

Included with the sale of this Jaguar E-Type are its JDHT Certificate, JCNA judging sheets, tools, and spare.

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