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1965 Jaguar E - Type Convertible Xke Roadster

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Danielle Clark
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Pittsburgh, Pa
(412) 681-2625
Model:E - Type
419 Lloyd St
Pittsburgh, PA 15208

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This car has its original driveline; original engine (rebuilt in the 1980's), original gearbox, newly rebuilt rear brakes and rear end assembly. The car is Carmen red with a factory correct black leather interior and black cloth convertible top. The five matching wire wheels and tires are like new (the chrome wire wheels and tires have very few miles on them). Each component in the engine compartment shines like brand- each piece (alternator, 2" SU carbs, intake manifold, porcelain exhaust manifolds, cam covers, air cleaner, heater core box) looks like it was just re-built yesterday. Each piece on this car is correct for the 1965 E-type. Vince Hurley was a stickler for originality and he made sure the car was done correctly. Butch says that some of the restoration work was done at North Coast Exotics in Cleveland. This car was just featured at the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix on July 24, 2010 when/where the attached photos were taken. This show was a Jaguar Clubs of North America sanctioned, Jaguar Club of Pittsburgh sponsored Concours and the car scored 9.99 in the driven class. The car has original drivers manual, tool kit, hammer, jack, matching spare tire and wheel in the boot. The cars VIN# is 1E11046, Gear box #EJ3128 , Body Number #4E2305, Engine Number #7E4076-9. The black leather interior is in almost new condition, looks great and is factory correct down to the screws and fasteners. The black cloth top (with shot weight bag to prevent buffeting at speed) is in perfect condition as is the top frame which is painted the correct yellowish/gray color. The rear boot area is in perfect condition with the correct black insulation pads in the spare tire area. Although the odometer shows 2142 miles, both Butch and I believe that the odometer was changed at some point during the restoration.

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