For Sale: 1967 Jaguar XKE in Miami, Florida

Vehicle Description


This restored 1967 Jaguar E-Type coupe series 1.5 is powered by a 4.2-liter inline-six-cylinder engine and sends power to the rear wheels via a four-speed manual transmission that has been fitted with synchromesh. The car was repainted in the original color of Opalescent Silver Blue, and the interior was trimmed in a matching blue leather. This example was given headlight covers, triple SU carburetors, dual side mirrors, and dash toggle switches. In 2008, the third steward of the vehicle claimed the then 52,500 miles shown on the odometer were original. The car now shows 54,697 miles; however, it is not known how many miles have been placed on the car since 2008, so the total mileage is unknown. The car is now part of an extensive collection in Miami being sold on behalf of the collector. 

This Jaguar has been photographed and inspected by a third party to document its condition. The exterior shows well, and the paint is still in good condition after an older restoration in 1987. The interior looks just as fresh with no tearing in the upholstery, and it wears a dash that is in good condition. The inspection reports some headliner staining, but the carpets look clean and rich in color. A video of the engine running smoothly can be seen in the inspection report. Included in the sale is one key.  

This Jaguar E-Type is being sold through a CLASSIC.COM Pro and is located in Miami, Florida.

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About the model

The original run of the Jaguar E-Type, known as the Series 1, is one of the most desirable E-Types and is noted for its evolution throughout its production run. Early cars (1961-1964) featured a 3.8L engine and partial synchromesh transmission, while later models featured a 4.2L engine as well as a full synchromesh transmission. These later models are noted for having greater driveability while still maintaining the signature style of the Series 1. As Series 1 cars approached the end of their run, certain changes featured in the future Series 2 began to be implemented, resulting in an unofficial "Series 1.5" moniker. These cars featured many of the changes necessitated by the U.S. market. Most of these changes are subtle changes to the running gear and chassis, the most notable being a de-tuning of the engine. The largest visual difference between Series 1 and "Series 1.5" is the removal of the headlamp covers.

Features and Specs

  • VIN: 1E13391
  • 54,697 miles
  • 4.2L I6 engine
  • 4-speed manual transmission with synchromesh
  • Triple SU carburetors
  • Enclosed headlights
  • Tail lights above the bumpers
  • Dual side mirrors
  • Dash toggle switches
  • Opalescent Silver Blue color

Known Modifications

  • None

Service History

  • Car was given a full restoration in 1987

Ownership History

  • 2008- 3rd owner sold at Barrett-Jackson auction
  • This was the third owner of the vehicle
  • Owner claimed the mileage to be original
  • Had the car restored in 1987

Known issues

  • Minor staining on the headliner

Due Diligence

  • Third-party photos
  • Third-party inspection

Included in the sale

  • 1 set of keys

Vehicle Details

  • 1967 Jaguar XKE
  • Listing ID: CC-1823824
  • Price: $230,000
  • Location:Miami, Florida
  • Year:1967
  • Make:Jaguar
  • Model:XKE
  • Exterior Color:Blue
  • Interior Color:Blue
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Engine Size:Inline 6
  • Odometer:52500
  • Convertible:Yes
  • VIN:1E13391
  • Title Status:Clear
  • Exterior Condition:Very Good
  • Seat Material:Leather
  • Engine Condition:Running
  • Drive Train:Rear-wheel drive
Listed By:
6897 NE 4th Ave.
Miami, FL 33138

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