I am listing this car for my father who has done the restoration. Please ask any/all questions and I will get back to you ASAP.
•1967 Jaguar E type OTS (open two seater) Chassis # 1E14425
•The Heritage Certificate says “Built 22 December 1966” Shipped to New York Distributor on 16 January 1967. Pearlescent maroon/beige
•All identity numbers match the heritage certificate
•Basic car was stripped of all attaching parts and bead blasted to clean metal. Photographs in hand are proof.
•Car had been in storage since 1975, when last licensed
•Every part cleaned to bare metal and given the original finish to “as new”
•Every unit taken apart and made as new. Engine, transmission, differential, etc.
•All wiring looms replaced with new, original units “Made in England”
•Water pump, oil pump, alternator, starter, gas pump all new or “as new”
•New wheels and tires
•New interior from B.A.S. in Canada (grey)
•New top (hood) from B.A.S. in Canada (black)
•All hardware has been bead blasted and finished in the original, cadmium plating
•Instrumentation all reconditioned
•Car was inspected by JCNA judges and found to be 100 points
•Original Jack, tools and owners manual
* Why pay auction fees when this car sells for a flat price? No increase for the buyer or the seller. A similar year Jaguar recently sold at the hammer for $160,000.00 then added 10% for the buyer, this plus the cost of being there!
* This car was brought back to life by someone with a lot of experience and care for the machine. The authenticity of every single part and finish is as the factory specifies. You don’t find this originality in the Jaguars rolled out of the “big shops.”