1967 Jaguar XKE Roadster, This is a beautiful series 1, 1967, Etype roadster, built May, 1967, with 51,800 original miles was restored about 15 years ago and kept in a collection. It is a beautiful color combination of pale primrose and tan leather. Absolutely no rust or signs of previous damage. It runs and drives beautifully with all gauges working correctly. There are no vibrations or rattles. The paint is in very good condition with no scratches. The leather interior and carpets are in excellent condition. The soft top and frame are in excellent condition. And this car comes with an original hardtop that is also in excellent condition. The car is in mechanically excellent condition which includes engine, transmission, clutch, suspension, brakes, bearings, and tires.
This car is currently number 1 in the U.S. - JCNA, (Jaguar Clubs of North America), Concours Driven Class with a listed national score of 9.93. It is a fantastic driving car. This car has a current, national, JCNA score of 9.93 and the standings and score should verify that mechanically everything has to work correctly and cosmetically it is a very, very nice Etype. It has won an award in every show it has been in.
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