We could use a donation or three! Click to learn more.

Welcome! We're tracking 21,323 Jaguar E-Type cars, with 307,464 photos! (Learn More)
xked.com > cars > detail

875534

Browse similar cars:

< 875529 875545 >
    
 3.8 Jaguar E-Type Black
 Open Two Seater Beige
 Left Hand Drive Black
   Jaguar Cars, New York
 875534 2 October 1961
 R1748-9 22 November 1961
 R1611 La Canada
 EB864JS California
 14 September 1961 United States
 
 1962 Black
 2020 Beige
 Rest: Nice Black
 Original Houston
  
TexasTexas
  
United StatesUnited States
 
Jaguar E-Type photo

85 more photos below

Record Creation: Entered on 9 April 2020.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

Heritage Notes

Local dealer Satori, Inc. Glendale, California

Photos of 875534

Click slide for larger image. This car has 86 photos. (Dates are when image was uploaded.)

Exterior Photos (13)

Uploaded September 2019:

2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded August 2018:

2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom
2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom
2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom
2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom
2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom
2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom


Interior Photos (4)

Uploaded September 2019:

2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded August 2018:

2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom


Details Photos: Exterior (31)

Uploaded September 2019:

2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded August 2018:

2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom
2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom
2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom
2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom


Detail Photos: Interior (24)

Uploaded September 2019:

2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded August 2018:

2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom
2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom
2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom


Detail Photos: Engine (6)

Uploaded September 2019:

2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom

Uploaded August 2018:

2018-08-06
Photo--click to zoom


Detail Photos: Other (8)

Uploaded September 2019:

2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom
2019-09-26
Photo--click to zoom


Comments

We now require an email address to leave a comment. Your IP will be recorded in an effort to reduce spam. (Report problem posts here.)

2018-08-06 17:00:39 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 8/18
www.mecum.com/lots/CA0818-336569/1962-jaguar-e-type-series-1-flat-floor-roadster ...

Auction description:
Lot S133 Monterey 2018 Aug 23-25
Engine 3.8L
Trans 4-Speed
Color Black
Interior Beige
VIN/Serial 875534
Estimate $250,000 - $350,000
Unrestored
The first 2,086 left-hand drive Series 1 E-Types had flat floor pans
Matching numbers 3.8L inline 6-cylinder engine
Engine no. R1789-9
Chassis number 875534, body number R1611
Mark 11 Moss box 4-speed transmission
Two owners current ownership over 50 years
Southern California/Nevada car
Three SU carburetors
Body no. R 1611
Produced September 14, 1961
Dispatched to the United States on October 2, 1961
Non synchromesh gearbox on 1st gear
Only known alterations are the aluminum radiator with electric fans, exhaust pipes and radio
Believed to be 84,100 miles
Flat floor with welded louvers
Black with Beige interior
Heritage Certificate

Produced on September 14, 1961, and dispatched to the U.S. on October 2 of the same year, this early production 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series I is one of the first 2,086 left-hand-drive Series I E-Types with flat floor pans and welded hood louvers, features that set it apart as among the most desirable of all E-Types. Body No. R 1611, the 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series I offered here is an unrestored, highly original car that has traversed its 84,100 miles in the car-friendly climes of Nevada and California. It has been in the care of just two owners, the second having preserved it for more than 50 years. It retains its matching-numbers 3.8L inline 6-cylinder engine employing triple SU side-draft carburetors and mated to a Moss 4-speed gearbox with non-synchromesh first gear. Beautifully finished in black with a black soft top and contrasting white interior, this is a well-maintained Series I with a lovely patina throughout, the only known alterations being an aluminum radiator with electric fans, replacement exhaust pipes and a Pioneer AM/FM/CD radio.

2019-09-26 08:54:09 | pauls writes:

Car on BAT

bringatrailer.com/listing/1962-jaguar-xke-roadster-2/_source=dailymail&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2019-09-26

Auction description:

Lot #23477

Seller: DSFM2005

Location: Houston, Texas 77079

Chassis: 875534

84k Indicated Miles

Black over Beige Upholstery

Early Flat-Floor, Welded-Louver Example

Two Registered Owners from New

~$19k+ in 2019 Servicing

New Upholstery

Factory Manuals and Accessories

Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate

Private Party or Dealer: Dealer

This 1962 Jaguar XKE roadster was built on September 14, 1961 and left the factory finished in black over beige upholstery with a black top. The car is an early Series I example with a flat floor and welded louvers, and it was purchased by its original owner in late 1961 through Satori Inc. of Glendale, California. The original owner reportedly gifted this car to one of his employees as a bonus in the 1960s, and the vehicle remained under that person’s care in California and Nevada until 2018. Power comes from a numbers-matching 3.8-liter inline-six paired with a four-speed manual gearbox. Modifications include an aluminum radiator and a Moto-Lita steering wheel. In early 2019 this car received more than $19k in mechanical and cosmetic work as described below. This XKE is now offered by the selling dealer with a Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate, owner’s manuals and supplements, factory tools and accessories, an extra steering wheel, and a clean Texas title.

According to the seller, this XKE received a repaint in its original black many years ago, as showcased in the photo gallery below. Triplex glass and factory trim are also pictured along with known cosmetic blemishes. The previous owner of 50+ years was a former Marine and applied a badge to the right of the rear license plate along with aeronautical stickers on the lower corners of the windshield. The car was kept in the Hollywood hills until 2011 when the previous owner retired and moved to Nevada. In 2019 Jeff’s Resurrections in Taylor, Texas fixed dents in the hood and repainted it, installed a new black canvas top with a tan headliner and black boot cover, and replaced the door and trunk seals.

Jeff’s Resurrections also mounted five new period-correct Avon 6.40-15 tires on the chrome knock-off wire wheels, including the trunk-mounted spare assembly. A factory tool kit, jack, Eureka copper hammer, and wheel wrench accompany the sale and are shown in the gallery.

The 2019 interior refresh included new leather upholstery, vinyl trim, Hardura trim, underfelt, and Wilton wool carpeting as well as replacement of some chrome and aluminum console components and fitment of black Coco mats atop a set of wool mats. The Blaupunkt Frankfurt Z radio has been refurbished with Bluetooth capability and connected to new speakers. Note that this XKE retains its factory positive-ground electrical system.

A 15″ mahogany Moto-Lita steering wheel is currently equipped, and the removed factory riveted wheel is also included, as shown in the gallery. The five-digit odometer shows just over 84k miles.

Under the front-hinged hood is a triple-carbureted 3.8-liter inline-six sending power rearward through a four-speed manual gearbox. Electric fans and a modern aluminum radiator have been added. In 2019, Jeff’s Resurrections installed several engine-compartment pieces as well as a new exhaust system and associated hardware including porcelain-coated headers and stainless-steel piping. They also tuned the carburetors. The seller has since replaced some brake and clutch hydraulic components. A selection of records and parts receipts from 2019 are posted in the gallery and total more than $19k. The cylinder head and the engine block both show #R1748-9, which matches the Heritage Trust certificate below as being original to this car.

The Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate verifies that this car was originally finished in black over beige upholstery with a black top. It was built on September 14, 1961 and was dispatched for New York on October 2. Serial numbers for the chassis, engine, body, and gearbox are also listed.

2020-04-09 14:54:57 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:

www.hemmings.com/classifieds/dealer/jaguar/e-type/2391883.html

Seller's description:

Location: Houston, Texas, 77079

Transmission: Manual

Condition: Excellent

Exterior: BLK

Interior: TAN

1962 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8L Roadster

Chassis No. 875534

Engine No. R 1748-9 (Matching Numbers, Head & Block)

Gearbox No. EB 864 JS (Matching Numbers)

Two Documented Registered Owner's Since New

In Previous Ownership for Five Decades

Known History & Original Mileage

Matching-Numbers Engine and Gearbox

Includes Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate

Lifelong Southern California/Nevada Car

Presented in Original Livery (Black with Beige)

2019 Mechanical Inspection, Service, Upholstery Restoration and Detailing

Incredibly Dry and Solid Example Largely Original Throughout

2020-04-09 17:38:32 | Capt RD writes:

The Bring A Trailer online auction in 2019 was Reserve NOT met

Bid To $157,500 On 10/8/19

2020-05-17 12:06:16 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 5/20

rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/0120/driving-into-summer/lots/r0024-1962-jaguar-e-typ ...

1962 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8-Litre Roadster

$160,000 - $180,000

Sold For $214,500

RM | Online Only - DRIVING INTO SUMMER 21 - 29 MAY 2020

Chassis No. 875534

Engine No.R 1748-9

This matching-numbers example of Jaguar’s celebrated E-Type benefits from 50 years of ownership by a single dedicated Southwest-based caretaker, and a recent freshening by one of the nation’s foremost marque specialists. The beautiful roadster is notably one of the early examples featuring flat floors and welded louvers, which have arguably evolved into the most collectible and desirable of the Series 1 E-Types.

As confirmed by a Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate, chassis no. 875534 was originally finished in black and trimmed with a beige interior and black soft top. After completing assembly in mid September 1961, the Jaguar was dispatched to the US early the following month and retailed by Peter Satori’s distributorship in Glendale, California. It was sold by Satori dealer representative Gene A. Pinckney to a successful entrepreneur Allen V.C. Davis of La Canada, California on 22 November 1961. The Jaguar retains its Manufacturer’s Warranty certificate along with Mr. Pinckney’s business card. The car was fastidiously maintained in its early ownership, as evident in the number of filled out service stamps in the book. By the mid to late 1960s Mr. Davis decided to part ways with the car.

Bruce Carpenter, who managed a business for Mr. Davis, was given the choice a cash bonus or the Jaguar. Bruce chose the Jaguar and the car would remain under his ownership until 2018. A former Marine and accomplished pilot, Mr. Carpenter affixed military and aeronautical decals throughout the car. He even gave the car a name, the “Black Mariah,” after the song “They Call the Wind Mariah.” Mr. Carpenter would go on to credit the Jaguar for impressing a special first date, which later became his wife. Under Mr. Carpenter’s ownership, the E-Type resided in a garage in the Hollywood Hills, exercised regularly with short drives through Griffith Park. Following a retirement move to Nevada in 2011, Mr. Carpenter continued the tradition of Saturday morning drives to Cars & Coffee gathering to meet with friends.

In 2018, the Jaguar was acquired by the consignor, commissioning the specialists at Jeff’s Resurrections in Taylor, Texas, to conduct over $19,000 worth of freshening measures, as illustrated by invoices on file. This work included tuning the carburetors and installing porcelain-coated headers, stainless steel lines, and a new exhaust system. The hood was refinished, and the interior was reupholstered with new beige leather, vinyl and Hardura trim, and Wilton wool carpeting. A Blaupunkt Frankfurt Z radio and new speakers were installed (wired with Bluetooth capability), and black Coco mats were added. A new black canvas top and complementary black boot were fitted, and period-correct Avon tires were mounted on the chrome wire wheels. After this work, the clutch and brake hydraulics were further addressed.

Claiming a life of meticulous care within the preservative climes of the arid Southwestern United States, this beautifully presented E-Type is accompanied by its original warranty certificate, owner’s manuals and service books with pouch, toolkit, JDHT certificate, as well as file of invoices and receipts. The roadster is currently fitted with a 15-inch mahogany Moto-Lita steering wheel, although the original factory wheel is included.

Ideal for event use and presentation at marque concours, this wonderful E-Type is a highly authentic example of the early cars with flat-floors and welded louvers, offering a fantastic addition to any sporting collection.

You may leave a comment. (Comments are subject to our site terms.)

Spam prevention question (must be answered):
The father of jokes about warm beer and smoke escaping from wires is Joseph Lucas. Lucas died of typhoid after drinking infected water in Naples in 1902.

What disease did Lucas succumb to?

Your name (optional):

Your email:
Your comment: