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2009-09-01 23:27:16 | Mark Hoffman writes:

I owned this car prior to 2005. The cylinder head is original to the car, but the block is not. The transmission is also the later 4 speed synchromesh box rather than the original 4 speed Moss crash box. I purchased it in 1988 and traded it for a car in San Diego in 2005. The car had a lot of original things about it, like the grease marker on the firewall behind the carbs (body no.) as well as the original convertible boot (also had the body number in grease marker on the underside -- I'll never forget that).

The car had the original paint on it when I had it, opalescent silver blue, with a navy interior. The convertible top had been replaced, it was black, but the convertible boot was the original navy, as the convertible top should have been. Beautiful color combination. This car being a later 1964, it also had the black on the dash instead of the shiny aluminum -- all original of course.

2009-09-02 11:07:58 | Mark Hoffman writes:

I traded this car in 2005 in San Diego. I had owned it from 1988 to when I traded it in 2005. The cylinder head is original to the car, but the block is not. Also the transmission is a converted later synchromesh 4 speed and not the original Moss crash box.

Beautiful original bodywork on this car; and the opalescent silver blue with the dark blue interior is striking. Also, it had the original convertible top boot included, and it still had the body number in grease marker on the underside of the boot; so the convertible top was a dark blue as well to match the interior. When I purchased the car in 1988, it had an aftermarket black top without the tan sewn in convertible liner.

2014-08-06 11:11:03 | pauls writes:

Car offered at:
www.symbolicmotors.com/detail-1964-jaguar-xke-convertible-used-11993968.html

Sellers description:
1964 Jaguar XKE Convertible
VIN #: 880027
Condition: Used Clear Title
Transmission: Manual
Mileage: 28,000
Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
Exterior Color: Blue
Interior Color: Blue
Interior Surface: Full Leather

2016-06-26 14:07:54 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 6/26/16
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-/131858634587
Car has a buy it now price of $198,950 for 4 days, seller parkplc, reporting 0 miles, now said to be in Bellevue, Washington.

Sellers description:
1964 Jaguar E-Type Roadster finished in Opalescent Blue Metallic over Dark Blue Leather Interior. 6-cylinder engine. 4-speed manual trans. Odometer shows 28,322. Wood Rim 3-Spoke Sport Steering Wheel, Period Motorola AM Radio, Blue Carpeting, Smiths Gauges, Sliding Heigh adjustable Rearview Mirror. Dark Blue Boot Cover, Widely regarded as being one of the most beautiful cars ever designed, this classic is in fantastic condition inside & out. Coveted by collectors, this Series 1 E-Type is the most desirable with the covered headlamps and 3 wipers setup. Finding a gorgeous example like this one may never come again. Don't miss this tremendous investment opportunity, as any examples of this rare and highly desirable classic Jaguar are difficult to find. Fully serviced and ready to go. This car is a rare opportunity to acquire an automotive icon that can be appreciated for years to come!

A gorgeous Series 1 E-Type in fabulous colors, this Jaguar presents very well and is sure to please even the most discerning eye. Expertly finished body and paint, with chrome knockoff wire wheels, Beautifully fitted leather interior, wool carpeting and canvas soft top. The paint work is extremely high quality, and the level of craftsmanship evident in the bodywork is impressive. The panels are extremely straight and operate exactly as they should, including the bonnet, a difficult and unusual feat for an E-Type. The chrome is excellent as well, and the wire wheels are stunning. The glass and lamps are in superb shape as well. The engine compartment has been stunningly detailed, and is extremely clean. It is in show condition throughout, and very correct in terms of finishes and appearance. This Jag roadster is ready for spirited use, or a casual Sunday drive.

2016-07-10 04:30:56 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 8/16

www.mecum.com/lots/CA0816-244583/1964-jaguar-e-type-series-1-roadster/

Auction description:

Lot R400 Monterey 2016 Aug 18-20

1964 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Roadster

3.8L, 4-Speed star

Color Blue

Interior Blue

VIN/Serial 880027

28,322 miles

Finished in Opalescent Blue Metallic

Dark Blue leather interior

3.8L 6-cylinder engine

4-speed manual transmission

Independent coil spring rear suspension

Torsion bar front end

4-wheel disc brakes

Glass covered headlights

Wood-rimmed 3-spoke sport steering wheel

Smiths gauges

Sliding height adjustable rearview mirror

Period Motorola radio

Black convertible top

Dark Blue boot cover

Wire wheels

2016-07-25 20:23:08 | pauls writes:

Now states Lot S175 Monterey 2016 Aug 18-20

2016-11-26 03:55:38 | pauls writes:

Car now offered at:
www.parkplaceltd.com/used-cars/detail/1964-Jaguar-E-Type-XKE-Roadster/995/880027

Sellers description:
$199,950
Mileage:28,322
Exterior Color:Opalescent Silver Blue
Interior Color:Dark Blue
VIN:880027
Engine:Gas 6-Cylinde

Park Place Ltd is pleased to present this beautiful piece of automotive artwork, a 1964 Jaguar E-Type Roadster finished in correct Opalescent Silver Blue over Dark Blue Leather Interior. 6-cylinder engine. 4-speed manual trans. 28,322 Actual Miles. Wood Rim 3-Spoke Sport Steering Wheel, Period Motorola AM Radio, Blue Carpeting, Smiths Gauges, Sliding Height Adjustable Rearview Mirror. Dark Blue Boot Cover, Widely regarded as being one of the most beautiful cars ever designed, this classic is in fantastic condition inside & out. Coveted by collectors, this Series 1 E-Type is the most desirable with the covered headlamps and 3 wipers setup. Any early Jaguar roadster is a rare sight - Worldwide, including both left and right-hand drive examples, a total of only 7,828 3.8 litre Series 1 roadsters were built. Finding a gorgeous example like this one may never come again. Don't miss this tremendous investment opportunity, as any example of this rare and highly desirable classic Jaguar is difficult to find. Fully serviced and ready to go. This car is a rare chance to acquire an automotive icon that can be appreciated for years to come. An absolute Blue-Chip collectible that can be driven, shown and admired for years to come, this E-Type will be a fabulous addition to any collection.

A gorgeous Series 1 E-Type in fabulous colors, this Jaguar presents very well and is sure to please even the most discerning eye. Expertly finished body and paint, with chrome knockoff wire wheels, Beautifully fitted leather interior, wool carpeting, and canvas soft top. The paint work is extremely high quality, and the level of craftsmanship evident in the bodywork is impressive. The panels are extremely straight and operate exactly as they should, including the bonnet, a difficult and unusual feat for an E-Type. The chrome is excellent as well, and the wire wheels are stunning. The glass and lamps are in superb shape as well. The engine compartment has been stunningly detailed, and is extremely clean. It is in show condition throughout, and very correct in terms of finishes and appearance. This Jag roadster is ready for spirited use, or a casual Sunday drive.

2017-08-10 15:23:44 | pauls writes:

Car to be at action 8/17
russoandsteele.com/vehicle-details/

Auction description:
MONTEREY 2017 CONSIGNMENTS
1964 Jaguar E-type XKE Roadster
Consignment # 1080

Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 17th - 19th, 2017 at Russo and Steele's 17th Annual Monterey, California Auction.

This 1964 Jaguar E-Type Roadster is finished in Opalescent Silver Blue over Dark Blue leather interior. It is powered by a 6-cylinder 3.8 Liter engine with 4-speed manual trans. It shows 28,322 miles (Believed Actual). It has a wood rim 3-spoke sport steering wheel, original Motorola AM radio, Smiths Gauges, sliding height adjustable rearview mirror and a Dark Blue boot cover. Widely regarded as being one of the most beautiful cars ever designed, this classic is in great condition inside & out.

Coveted by collectors, this Series 1 E-Type is arguably the most desirable with the covered headlamps and 3 wipers setup. Any early Jaguar roadster is a rare sight - worldwide, including both left and right-hand drive examples, a total of only 7,828 3.8 litre Series 1 roadsters were built. Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate attesting to its originality. A gorgeous Series 1 E-Type in fabulous colors, this Jaguar presents very well and is sure to please even the most discerning eye. Expertly finished body and paint. Beautifully fitted leather interior, wool carpeting, and canvas soft top. The bright work is excellent, and the new wide whites and chrome knock off wire wheels are stunning. The glass and lamps are in good shape as well. The engine compartment has been highly detailed, and is extremely clean. This XKE is in great condition throughout, and very correct in terms of finishes and appearance.

This Jag roadster is ready for spirited use, show, or a casual Sunday drive. All E-Types featured independent coil spring rear suspension with torsion bar front ends, and four-wheel disc brakes, in-board at the rear, all were power-assisted. Jaguar was one of the first vehicle manufacturers to equip cars with disc brakes as standard from the XK150 in 1958. A Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate attesting to its originality.

2017-12-21 21:48:30 | pauls writes:

Car returns to auction 1/18

www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/1964-JAGUAR-XKE-SERIES-1-ROADSTER-2 ...

Auction description:

Auction Scottsdale 2018

Reserve NO RESERVE

Sold Price$115,500

Lot 1344

Year 1964

Make JAGUAR

Model XKE

Style CONVERTIBLE

VIN 880027

Exterior Color OPALESCENT

Interior Color DARK BLUE

Lot #1344 - This 1964 Jaguar E-Type roadster is finished in Opalescent Silver Blue over dark blue leather interior. It is powered by a 3.8-liter 6-cylinder engine and 4-speed manual transmission and has 28,322 original miles (mileage not indicated on the title). It has a wood-rim 3-spoke sport steering wheel, original Motorola AM radio, Smiths gauges, sliding height adjustable rearview mirror and dark blue boot cover. A total of 7,820 3.8-liter Series 1 roadsters were built from 1961 to 1964, and this example comes with a Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate attesting to its originality. A gorgeous Series 1 E-Type in fabulous colors, this Jaguar presents very well with a beautifully fitted leather interior, wool carpeting and canvas soft-top. The brightwork is in good condition, and the new wide whitewall tires and chrome knockoff wire wheels are stunning. The glass and lamps are in good shape as well. The engine compartment has been highly detailed and is very clean. This XKE is in great condition throughout and very correct in terms of finishes and appearance. It features independent coilover spring rear suspension with a torsion bar front end, power 4-wheel disc brakes and power in-board brake rotors at the rear.

2018-10-19 06:15:42 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 10/19/18
www.ebay.com/itm/1964-E-Type-XKE-Roadster/132824829963
Car has a buy it now price of $201,000 for 6 days, seller parkplaceltd, 28k miles, car now in Bellevue, Washington.

Seller's description:
Park Place Ltd is pleased to present this stunningly beautiful piece of automotive artwork, a 1964 Jaguar E-Type Roadster that's impeccably finished in correct Opalescent Silver Blue over Dark Blue Leather Interior. 6-cylinder engine. 4-speed manual trans. Odometer shows 28,389 miles (believed to be correct & accurate original miles). Wood Rim 3-Spoke Sport Steering Wheel, Period Motorola AM Radio, Blue Carpeting, Smiths Gauges, Sliding Height Adjustable Rearview Mirror. Dark Blue Boot Cover, Widely regarded as being one of the most beautiful cars ever designed, this classic is in fantastic condition inside & out. Coveted by collectors, this Series 1 E-Type is the most desirable with the covered headlamps and 3 wipers setup. Any early Jaguar roadster is a rare sight indeed -- Worldwide, including both left and right-hand drive examples, a total of only 7,828 3.8-litre Series 1 roadsters were built. Finding a gorgeous example like this one may never come again. Don't miss this tremendous investment opportunity, as any example of this rare and highly desirable classic Jaguar is difficult to find. Fully serviced and ready to go. This car is a rare chance to acquire an automotive icon that will only climb in value. An absolute Blue-Chip collectible that's arguably the finest example currently available. It can be driven home today, shown and admired for years to come, and will be a cherished addition to any collection.

A gorgeous Series 1 E-Type in fabulous colors, this Jaguar presents extremely well throughout and is sure to please even the most discerning eye. Expertly finished body and paint, with chrome knockoff wire wheels, beautifully fitted leather interior, wool carpeting, and canvas soft top. The paintwork is extremely high quality, and the level of craftsmanship evident in the bodywork is most impressive. The panels are laser-straight and the doors, trunk and bonnet operate exactly as they should, (the bonnet's smooth operation being a difficult and unusual feat for an E-Type). All brightwork is excellent and shines brilliantly, as well, the proper wire wheels are stunning and are dressed in fresh wide-whites. All glass and lamps/lenses are also in absolutely superb condition. The engine compartment has been impeccably detailed and is stunning. It is in show condition throughout and very correct in terms of finishes and appearance. This Jag roadster is ready for spirited use, a casual Sunday drive, or display in the finest museum. This sensational Jaguar has undergone an intensive pre-sale inspection by renowned expert 'Jag John' at the Park Place Service Center.

2018-11-17 06:17:03 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 11/17/18

www.ebay.com/itm/1964-E-Type-XKE-Roadster/132858241628

Car has a buy it now price of $199,950 for 6 days, same seller.

2019-02-06 12:46:54 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 1/19

www.bonhams.com/auctions/25101/lot/74/

Auction description:

Lot 74

1963 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 Roadster

Sold for US$ 128,800 inc. premium

The Scottsdale Auction

17 Jan 2019

Chassis no. 880027

Engine no. RA7406-9 (see text)

*Beautiful Opalescent Silver-Blue paint with Dark Blue interior

*Fitted with upgraded synchromesh transmission

*Stunning Series I E-Type Roadster ready to be shown at Concours events or driven on rallies

*Accompanied by Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate, service manual and tool kit

Completed at Jaguar's Browns Lane works on August 26, 1963, this lovely Series I 3.8-Liter Roadster was finished in the splendid color scheme of Opalescent Silver-Blue exterior over Dark Blue hides, a livery still seen on the car today. Destined for the United States, the original owner is regrettably unknown with current records. It is reported, however, that the car entered a period of long-term ownership beginning in 1988 and continuing until 2005. Residing under the hood is an alternative engine block, but what is believed to be the original cylinder head is still fixed atop the cylinders. For the benefit of the operator, the original Moss box has been replaced with a newer synchromesh 4-speed which allows much greater smoothness between speeds. More recently, the vehicle received a fresh coat of paint in its correct factory delivered color. Furthermore, mechanical odds and ends received attention, and with a new exhaust system, this Jaguar really purrs.

The head-turning presence of the E-Type is undeniable. For nearly 60 years this Jaguar has endured as one of the most coveted automobiles by enthusiasts the world over and its staying power amongst collectors ensures their value for many more decades to come. Do not miss the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a stunning classic like the one presented before you.

Saleroom notices Please note, this vehicle is titled under the model year 1964.


2019-03-05 11:07:16 | Mark Hoffman writes:

The original owner of this car was a Stuart Evans from Newark, Delaware. I purchased this car from him in 1988.

2019-05-07 07:56:57 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 5/7/19

www.ebay.com/itm/1964-Jaguar-E-Type-3-8L-Roadster/273836009996

Car ha a buy it now price of $165,000 for 29 days, seller collectorcarswanted, car now said to be in Scottsdale, Arizona, 28k miles.

Seller's description:

Beautifully Restored Front to Back & Top to Bottom

Original Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate

Factory Opalescent Silver Blue

Factory Dark Blue Leather Interior

Just Spent $10k Fully Servicing the Car Front to Back

Ready to be Shown at Concours Events

Built August 25th, 1963

Dispatched to the Dealer October 8th, 1963

Distributed through Jaguar Cars of New York

Upgrade Synchromesh 4-Speed Transmission

Wonderful Car Throughout

Runs and Drives Absolutely Amazing

Our Quick Condition Guide - (Condition Rating Scale: #1 Perfect, #2 Near Perfect driver, #3 Excellent driver, #4 Nice driver, #5 Needs Work, #6 Parts. Each section is rated based on the type of vehicle it represents being part of.)

Overview Of Entire Vehicle: *Condition #2

This is an absolutely beautiful 1964 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8L Roadster that is in amazing condition inside and out. This car was completely restored from front to back and top to bottom within the last few years. With an amazing job done on the restoration, as it appears it started off as a very nice car before. This car is accompanied by its Original Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate showing it was an original Opalescent Silver Blue with a Dark Blue leather Interior and a Blue Top, which is currently is as it was restored back to the factory standards. The restoration was recently done and whoever did it really knew what they were doing as it is a very high quality job. It is not a number one car but it is a great number two car that you can drive, enjoy and be very proud of. This car is on consignment from one of our very good customers, he purchased it and wasn't sorted out completely mechanically so he gave us the car and a month later almost $10k later we got the car in perfect mechanical condition ready to drive. We put over 100 a miles on the car test driving it and it drives amazing. When the car was ready to go our customer had already bought something else and was ready to sell this one. Somebody is getting a really good car that is ready to go and you do not need to make excuses for as you can just jump in it and drive it to enjoy today. 

The car comes with its original service manual and original complete tool kit. The car was built in 1963 and got to the states in late 1963, so it is titled as a 1964 since it was imported so late is the reason we believe. We do not know much on the history of the car but what we do know from some of the records we got with the car is the original owner is unknown. Current records report it shows there was long-term ownership from 1988-2005. The car shows 28k miles and we were told it could possibly be original miles but we cannot guarantee that. Everything works in the car and it is in great mechanical condition through out. The factory wire wheels and white wall tires really set the car off appearance wise and is one of the prettiest E-Types we have seen in a long time. The E-Type Jaguar was known as one of the most beautiful cars ever built to a lot of publications and people, as it is really just a true piece of art.

Options/Equipment:

3.8L 6 Cylinder Engine

Upgraded Syncrhomesh 4-speed Manual Transmission

Two Hard Covered Books and Binders come with the car to use in shows or have on your coffee table to feature it.

Exterior: *Condition #2

The exterior on this car is in absolutely gorgeous finished in its original color of Opalescent Blue Silver. This is a very high dollar paint job put on the car with an amazing finish and would definitely cost $30k plus to have it done today. It is hand rubbed to a smooth finish with beautiful fit and finish through out the body with excellent gaps. All of the chrome on the car is concours quality, all of the lenses are new and all of the trim is in excellent condition giving this car just a very beautiful look. The glass is all in beautiful condition with all new rubbers everywhere. This exterior is just a top notch show quality finish that turns heads everywhere it goes. The chrome wire wheels appear to be the original ones as they show a little patina on the spokes but are in very nice beautiful condition with newer white wall tires on them which really set it aside. Overall the exterior is just a very straight and very clean car that is sure to please any future owner.

Interior: *Condition #2

The interior is absolutely gorgeous done in its factory color of Dark Blue Leather and is very high quality leather and the correct grain that is supposed to be in the car. The Carpets are all high grade and the dash is absolutely beautiful giving the interior a stunning look. Everything works inside the car from all the gauges to the radio, wipers, heater, directional and horn. The wood wheel is original and has a couple little flaws in it which we show in the video. The correct dark blue top boot is included with the beautiful dark blue convertible top that is done in the correct material and the frame on it has been all restored and in great condition. Inside the trunk has been all restored with all the correct material and is very highly detailed inside including its fifth wire wheel spare and the original tool kit that looks to be complete in the trunk still

Mechanically: *Condition #2-

Mechanically this car is in absolute amazing condition as we recently just this last month spent $10k at one of the top specialty mechanics in town. Completely going through this car from front to back making sure it is in tip top shape for somebody to jump in and drive without having any issues. They went through the brakes, the fuel system, tuned the car and went through all the electrical system. It is in top shape to drive and you don't need to spend a dollar on it to drive it. Under the hood is beautifully detailed and very nice as it is all completely stock and correct and is highly detailed. The engine is a 3.8L 6 cylinder that does not have the numbers matching block but they do believe it is the original cylinder head. We are not selling a concours car so it should not make that big of a difference. The transmission was upgraded from the original moss box to a newer synchromesh 4-speed that allows greater smoothness between gears and it does shift smooth. The brakes work good and this car is just overall in excellent mechanical condition.

Under Carriage: *Condition #2-

This Under Carriage on this vehicle is very clean and has a brand new highly polished exhaust system on it that sounds amazing. You can see the suspension on it has been rebuilt from front and rear when the car was restored. With the pans on the car appearing to be original with factory correct undercoating on them. Overall the car looks to be very solid with no repairs that we have noticed at all, this car is sure to be enjoyed by its new owner.

2019-06-08 17:51:26 | Brian G writes:

I purchased this car in June of 2019. It is in beautiful shape and now resides in Chapel Hill, NC.

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