There are 25 Jaguar E-Types with owners beginning with "K" in the database. Click on the owner's name to contact them via our email form.
Ex pat Brit. Retired pilot. Have a series 2 E Type, and just replaced my XK 8 with a low mileage original Series 3 EType 2 + 2 for restoration. Perhaps could be described as enjoying Jaguars.
Updated June 1st, 2005. Not legal proof of ownership.
Varied small collection includes: '57 Isetta, '57 Chrysler 300C, '71 Pantera
Updated June 23rd, 2008. Not legal proof of ownership.
Just recently started this hobby and have much to learn.
Updated August 18th, 2004. Not legal proof of ownership.
I have owned 3 Series 1 E-types over the past 20 years and I finally have a keeper. My '67 series 1 roadster looks great and runs great with new paint on a rust free body, new leather interior and a rebuilt engine. I rebuilt the engine myself after it swallowed a valve while running at 40 mph in 4th gear. I installed the Bartlett's interior myself as well. A professional shop sprayed the black paint, so now I have a dependable "triple black " roadster. The suspension has been fully restored as well. The car still has the original wiring which has not given me any problems. The car is very dependable and I drive it 20-30 miles every weekend.
Updated June 11th, 2003. Not legal proof of ownership.
old, oily and content.
Updated November 18th, 2010. Not legal proof of ownership.
I have owned this vehicle since 1968 - fun car to drive and own, but it is one that you have to keep on top of - as such, did a clutch two years ago, rebuilt the carb's, and other mod's to keep it running
Updated May 4th, 2015. Not legal proof of ownership.
Anything that has nuts, bolts, wires, or electricity nerd!
Updated September 22nd, 2004. Not legal proof of ownership.
Car collector since 1999. Have owned as many as 6 Jags, now down to two E-Types, a 65 OTS, and a 67 FHC. Also have an 07 Ferrari F430 Spider, an 09 Bentley Arnage T, and a 06 Maserati Grand Sport Spider. There is a Harley tucked somewhere in the back of the garage.
Updated January 30th, 2011. Not legal proof of ownership.
Being a musician and professor of Harpsichord in Cologne in my professional life, but far from a music nerd, the greatest of my pastime activities is to work on this wonderful, very early 3.8 coupe. An "eternal" project, of course, being an amateur tinkerer, but very rewarding indeed - though things can get very frustrating at times! I guess there are more of us in similar situations here, on this fantastic site...
Updated January 30th, 2007. Not legal proof of ownership.
Car was a runner and in reasonably good shape, but a few niggles needed sorting. One thing led to another and now undergoing a full restoration. DIY as much as possible, Engine at engineers for some serious overhaul work, but I'll reassemble. Body still being stripped ready for a thorough assessment and probable strip and rebuild. Wish me luck...
Updated April 29th, 2015. Not legal proof of ownership.
I found my XKE in a field in rural Oklahoma. Looking forward to the journey with the old cat. It will be a change from the muscle/classics I restore on a daily basis.
Updated April 9th, 2016. Not legal proof of ownership.
My wife and I live in Overland park with two kids, a dog, the E and a soon to be complete concours restoration of a '62 Austin healey 3000 BT7. My first British car was a '67 Sprite that my Dad and I restored to driver level as my very first car.
Updated October 22nd, 2003. Not legal proof of ownership.
Bought my car 2013 from previous owner who had owned it for 32 years.
Updated March 27th, 2016. Not legal proof of ownership.
Purchased xk150 in 1986 in pieces following 1973 purchase and dissassembly by PO. Restoration complete for first JCNA Concours in 1995.\
Updated November 21st, 2014. Not legal proof of ownership.