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Sold: 1966 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 2+2

-Desirable 4.2 Series 1 E-Type with 4-Speed Manual
-Well maintained with receipts for suspension, engine brakes and electrical work.
-Exhibits 82,950 miles.
-Preservation Class E-Type
-Never fully restored or disassembled.
-Offered from 30 years of continuous ownership and dry storage.
-Matching numbers engine and picture frame
-Factory original red interior with new leather seat inserts.
-Fully licensed and and driveable in Victoria, BC CANADA.
-Outer panels Repainted in Silver
-Major work since 2003: Fitted aluminum Radiator and electric fan, complete overhaul by David Saville Peck, new Fuel Pump.

E-Type Reborn

At Techno Classica this weekend Jaguar-Land Rover revealed their new E-Type Reborn program.

Lucky for us Autogefühl was on hand to interview and show us Jaguar’s intention.

Furthermore Jaguar Classic are now offering a range of bodypanels for the e-type.

Press Release:

(Ryton-on-Dunsmore, UK – 31 March 2017) Jaguar Classic will debut its first ‘Reborn’ Jaguar E-type at the Techno-Classica Essen show in April. An initial batch of 10 expertly sourced and comprehensively restored examples of the iconic E-type are now offered for sale direct from the new Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works facility in the UK.

E-type Reborn is a complete service from Jaguar Classic, which offers prospective customers the unique opportunity to purchase an original and highly collectible E-type direct from the vehicle’s original manufacturer. The launch of E-type Reborn is a first for Jaguar and extends the successful initiative previously introduced for Land Rover’s Series I and Range Rover Classic models, which will also be on show at Essen.

Every E-type Reborn, which starts with a base vehicle sourced by Jaguar’s E-type experts, is completely restored according to the company’s original 1960s factory specification. Unique access to build records and original drawings held by the Jaguar Heritage Trust, and the team’s decades of experience in restoration up to concours-winning standard, ensure absolute authenticity. Jaguar Classic Parts are used throughout, to maximise the vehicle’s quality, longevity and collectability.

The first vehicle to go through the complete E-type Reborn process is an Opalescent Gunmetal Grey Series 1 4.2 Fixed Head Coupe. Originally exported to California in May 1965, the car recorded 78,000 miles before being stored in 1983. It retains its original matching numbers bodyshell, engine and gearbox, all of which have been completely rebuilt by Jaguar Classic technicians.

As much of the original vehicle as possible is retained or refurbished to correct specifications, while any safety-critical parts are replaced with new items from Jaguar Classic Parts. Body panels from Jaguar Classic’s reverse-engineered panel programme are fitted where necessary, to remove corrosion and restore the E-type’s iconic looks with the best fit possible. The E-type Reborn team’s meticulous attention to detail even extends to recreating the correct type of spot-welding when refitting those panels.

A number of sympathetic upgrades from later E-types can be incorporated into the restoration process at extra cost, subject to the customer’s wishes, including improved cooling (using Lightweight E-type-derived parts), all-synchromesh gearbox (if not fitted to the vehicle originally), or Series 2 front brake calipers.

Prices for E-type Reborn restorations from Jaguar Classic are dependent on specification, starting from £285,000.

1967 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Coupe

1967 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Coupe

XK-SS for Sale

Today Gooding and Company anounced this 1957 Jaguar XKSS, one of only 16 surviving examples.

The estimate is at $16,000,000 – $18,000,000USD which would make it one of the most expensive British cars in the world.

This car, chassis XKSS-716 was also originally delivered to Stanley C. McRobert of Montreal who raced it in Canada until 1961.

Gooding and Company describe the car: “This particular XKSS possesses a relatively long and successful competition history, with excellent results and no record of serious incident during its career. It has a continuous, well-documented provenance that counts respected collectors among its former owners. It has also proven reliable in numerous vintage races and long-distance tours, yet remains in fundamentally original order six decades after it was built. Its recent restoration was conducted by one of the leading marque specialists, whose expertise and experience has ensured that its performance is no less impressive than its appearance.”

The car will be offered by Gooding at their upcoming Amelia Island auction. More info availble here: http://www.goodingco.com/vehicle/1957-jaguar-xkss/

1957 Jaguar XK-SS 716

1957 Jaguar XK-SS 716 photo by Brian Henniker

Lightweight to go to auction.

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Bonhams have anounced this 1963 Jaguar E-Type Lightweight, chassis number S850667, for their upcoming auction in Scottsdale.

Jaguar developed only 12 E-Types from the factory with a lightweight aluminum hood, wide-angle head and Lucas mechanical injection.

This Lightweight was first delivered to racer and dealer Bob Jane in Australia who raced many events and used it to win the Australian GT Championship.

Bonhams will sell this car at their Scottsdale Auction on the 19th Jan 2017.

UPDATE: Sold for US$ 7,370,000 (CA$ 9,855,087) inc. premium