1969 Jaguar

E-Type Roadster

SOLD

Description

Presented here is quite possibly the finest preserved Series II E-Type Roadster ever offered for sale. Chassis number 1R8626 was delivered in the striking and rarely seen shade of Willow Green. This car was purchased new by Jack Kaufman of Bloomfield Michigan. He drove the car rarely and in 1985 advertised it for sale in Hemmings Motor News. It was then sold to the second owner Norm Fogelstrom of Creswell Oregon who kept the Jaguar in his garage and with an eye towards preservation never drove it. The third owner acquired the car in January of 2012 with 11000 miles and put 2522 miles on it in 8 years of ownership. The E-Type retains its original paint interior glass top wheels and even tires. Because the car sat for 27 years the vendor took care to service the cooling system fuel tank carburetors and brakes as needed. Here is a quite possibly unrepeatable chance to acquire an E-Type Roadster in one of the most desirable colors produced a shoe-in for the Preservation Class at most any Concours dElegance. It will surely afford its new owner the pride of ownership that only a truly original example of the marque is capable of. The car is sold with the original owner's manuals Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate and show winning awards. don't miss this opportunity to own one of the nicest and lowest mileage E-Types available on the market.

Specs

Basic

Year
1969
Make
Jaguar
Model
E-Type
Sub Model
Roadster
Miles
13,522
Stock
307

Engine

Engine Size
4.2L Inline 6 Cylinder
Transmission Type
4-Speed Manual

Body

Body Color
Willow Green
Body Style
Roadster

Interior

Interior Color
Black Leather

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