This is a matching numbers and very original car that has not been restored, but repaired and maintained. Improvements to the car such as Nardi wood steering, and Tri bar headlights, are period improvements. Have heritage certificate, and all the numbers all match (see pictures). Rare period greensand exterior, cinnamon leather interior 46, 900 miles. Smooth silky v12 power with desmogged engine. Automatic, with original AC, and wire wheels.. The car was purchased new at Baker Motor Car Company in Atlanta., and 2nd owner purchased from the original owner in Atlanta in 1984 and kept it for 30 years until 2015. The 2nd owner repainted the car in the 1990's . I purchased the car in 2015, and had extensive repairs done (within the last 200 miles): New Mohair convertible top; New carpet kit; New tires; Rebuilt complete front suspension; Rebuilt power steering rack; Rebuilt all 4 Stromberg carbs; new alternator; New Kevlar brake pads, brake hoses, and reservoirs; New Optima red top battery; Complete service- new spark plugs, plug wires, complete tune up and all fluid change including transmission, brake, radiator; Replaced all belts and hoses; Car comes with following original items owners manual, Tool kit, Service Manuals, Jack , Knock off hammer and brass tool.Please contact me for additional pictures or questions you may have.
In 1963, Jaguar built a series of lightweight, aluminum-bodied E-Types specially designed for competition. Known as the Lightweight E-Type, just 12 were originally built, with six more continuation examples added to the tally in 2014. Expert E-Type restorer Eagle has attempted its own version of the Lightweight E-Type, this time designed as a road car rather than […]
Classic Motor Cars is a restoration business in Bridgnorth, UK, that specializes in rebuilding Jaguar E-types. “We work on E-types every day of the week,” said managing director Nigel Woodward. “Owners are constantly asking for extras for their cars like bespoke picnic hampers and luggage or specific upgrades. It occurred to me that we should […]
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