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2023-11-30 23:07:44 | pauls writes:

Car offered at:
www.historiccars.fr/1963-jaguar-type-e-fhc-3-8l.html

Seller's description:
Our Jaguar E Type 3,8L Fixed Head Coupé was delivered new in the States in February 1963 to Mr and Mrs Garlock. It stayed there most of its life before reaching the UK where a very ambitious restoration was started. Over 2 years it has been painstakingly prepared to ultimate fast road specifications with a specific attention to period esthetic and improved comfort for rallies and long-distance run. An impressive file of pictures and invoices* describes the great work achieved by some of the best Jaguar specialists such as Guy Broad, Pendine Works, Project shop…
The result is a car that would for sure drive you fast to the lawns of a selective concourse where it would be noticed…even driven hard and covered with dead flies.

*Sum up of the work achieved

Engine
Complete strip and rebuild, including acid stripping the block.
Skimmed head, 9:1 pistons, completely rebuilt
Piper D-Type Camshafts
Cosworth pistons
Balanced conrods
Standard crank, crack tested and balanced
New alloy sump
Broadsport competition core plugs
Rebuilt SU Carburettors
Uprated rear main oil seal
Competition exhaust system with Bob Beere manifolds
High torque Starter
Alternator
Alloy competition Marsten style radiator
Refurbished fuel tank
Braided fuel hose
Facet fuel pump

Gearbox
Rebuilt full-synchro Jaguar 4.2 unit with uprated layshaft
9 inch heavy duty clutch
Lightened, balanced flywheel
New propshaft

Brakes
Uprated Series I 4.2 pedal box with larger remote servo
Zeus 4 pot alloy front brakes
Coopercraft performance alloy rear brake callipers
Kunifer brake lines
Fast road pads
Coated braided hoses
Remote easy bleed rear brake lines
Brake bias valve

Suspension
Front Gaz fully adjustable, with adjustable reaction plate
Uprated Torsion Bars
Bob Beere 1 inch anti roll bar
Fully rebuilt rear cradle with new bearings throughout
Rear Gaz fully adjustable coilover shock absorbers
Standard rear anti roll bar
Limited Slip Differential
Rebuilt steering rack
Cadmium Plated suspension components, as per factory
New custom built wire wheels; standard 5” front wheels, with Competition outside laced 6” rear wheels
Dunlop SP Sport Tyres

Interior
Bespoke interior with competition bucket seats

Body
Complete strip down
New floors
New sills inner and outer
New boot floor
Original bonnet retained and realigned
Doors stripped, rebuilt and realigned
Finished in Jaguar Warwick Grey

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