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 888250 25 February 1963
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 15 February 1963 United States
 
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2021-10-05 11:19:22 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 10/21
rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/hf21/hershey/lots/r0051-1963-jaguar-e-type-series-1-3 ...

Auction description:
Hershey | Lot 184
1963 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8-Litre Fixed Head Coupe
$90,000 - $110,000 USD
7 October 2021
Chassis No. 888250
Engine No. RA1117-9
Documents US Registration

A stylish example of the “most beautiful car in the world”
Clad in the period-style livery of Cardinal Red over black upholstery
One of 5,871 left-hand drive examples reportedly produced between 1961 and 1964
Powered by its numbers-matching 3.8-liter straight-six engine paired with a four-speed manual transmission
Benefits from much mechanical sorting completed within the past year

The JDHT Trace Certificate on file notes that the handsome 3.8-Litre Fixed Head Coupe offered here was delivered new to the United States via Max Hoffman’s distributorship and dispatched to its first owner on 25 February 1963. Though originally clad in an Opalescent Golden Sand over Tan upholstery, today the car has been refinished in an alluring period-style Cardinal Red exterior over black livery. The car’s present 3.8-liter straight-six engine is numbers-matching to that listed on JDHT documentation, and it is paired with a four-speed manual transmission.

A fresh set of factory-correct wide whitewall tires add to the near-perfect E-Type aesthetic, which is rounded out here by a pair of 15-inch factory chrome wire wheels. As is appropriate for such a neatly presented Series 1 E-type, the cabin is replete with all the proper airplane-style toggle switchgear and chrome trim, which undoubtedly remain a core component of the model’s enduring, stylish appeal. A rarely-seen Continental Custom push-button radio is fitted in the center console, thereby continuing the uniformity of the car’s interior styling.

Nearly $6,500 of notable servicing furnished to this Series 1 Fixed Head Coupe within the past year includes a new clutch slave cylinder, oil feed pipe, oil pressure gauge, and sending unit, as well as a new brake master cylinder. The chassis underpinnings were further improved with fresh bushings for the rear swing arms, as well as new boots for the steering rack and tie rods. Additionally, the trio of SU carburetors have been rebuilt and each fitted with new bowls, jets, and floats.

2024-07-09 01:31:41 | Capt rd writes:

SOLD $71,500+ @Sotheby's

OCT 2021 auction

2024-07-09 11:45:43 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 8/24

www.mecum.com/lots/1124580/1962-jaguar-e-type-series-i-fixed-head-coupe/

VIN / Serial 888250

ENGINE 3.8L/265 HP Inline 6-Cylinder

TRANSMISSION 4-Speed Manual

EXTERIOR COLOR Cardinal Red

INTERIOR COLOR Black

Jaguar E-Type Series I Coupe

AUCTION Monterey 2024

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