Lot 1017
1967 Jaguar E-Type Series I OTS
Lot Details & Additional Photographs

Body# 4E6098 Car# 1E14353 Engine# 7E11618 Gearbox# EJ12350

Mileage: 72k

With the original 4.2 litre inline 6 cylinder engine equipped with triple SU carburetors, and four-speed manual gearbox. Chrome 72 spoke knock off wheels have Coker Redline tires. With a 0-60 time of around seven seconds and a 150-mph top speed, the Series I E-type along with the beautiful lines of its design, became king for a minute. Its design is regarded by many as timeless beauty.

Exterior in Carmen Red, with black leather interior and a black Stayfast top. The trunk has a camel colored vinyl liner with spare tire, jack and tool. No hammer is present.

This lot subject to reserve. For this lot, payment accepted only by wire transfer. 15% Buyer's Premium for LLA live-online and absentee bidding. 20% buyer's premium for live internet bidding through Live Auctioneers. For winning bidders in NC, license plate and titling of vehicle will be obtained by Leland Little Auctions NCFL# 7452, provided all applicable fees and taxes are paid. Additional taxes may be due upon registration, depending on your state of residence.

From the Collection of a Gentleman Greensboro, North Carolina

Online notes from XKE data indicates in 2009 the car was repainted, with new interior and Stayfast top, brightwork re-finished, new wire wheels and tires installed by the selling dealer Cooper Classics in NYC. It was also fitted with a new clutch. It was a one owner car to that point, owned by a lady. In 2011, It was sold to a couple and kept in Sarasota Florida. After 8 years of ownership, health reasons required a sale. All original documents were lost in the New Jersey home during Hurricane Sandy. Recent ownership since 2019/20.

Very clean example, and starts with the first push of the button every time. In house services included: engine bay detail to include cam cover and carburetor polish, wheel off detail to rims and suspension, and overall detail with one stage polish.
The car runs smooth, and straight with no surprises. The dash appears to be original and mostly undisturbed, with an original steering wheel, and the gauges appear crisp. The twin exhaust pipes produce a rich exhaust note.

The following condition report, while thorough, is not exhaustive as vintage cars have inherent wear and imperfections. We welcome personal inspections.

The paint in overall wonderful condition, with few areas of concern; the louvres on the hood show some minor cracking to paint; left turn indicator is missing from dash; the brightwork in overall wonderful condition, with slight surface imperfections; the boot cover tabs do not align well; no other apparent concerns.