1967 Jaguar XKE Series I

1967 Jaguar E-Type Series I

Make: Jaguar
Model: E-Type
Type: Coupe
Trim: Series I
Year: 1967
Mileage: 76,700
VIN: 1E33616
Color: Silver
Engine: 4.2
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Lewistown, Pennsylvania, United States
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Description for Jaguar E-Type 1967

This is an excellent example of a series 1 coupe. This car starts right up, idles smoothly, revs well, and sounds great.
The overall condition of this vehicle is very nice. The chrome on the bumpers and trim is presentable as is the paint.
This vehicle shifts smoothly through all gears and tracks well on the road with Michelin tires.
The brakes are tight and the accessories work including the radio.
There is a stack of records that go through work that has been done on this car since 1989. Some of this includes replacement of the power booster, master cylinder intake valves, exhaust valves, valve guides and clips, cam followers, cam bearings, valve springs, valve spring seals, and hardened seats which allow for unleaded gasoline without damage to the engine.
The engine was fully cleaned and stripped with a light surfacing and was painted and polished to the original specifications. There was also a 3 angle cut valve seat, hand lapped valves, all guides were fitted, the cams were fully adjusted, and head assembled.
There has also been replacement of all four brake calipers, removal and replacement of brake reservoir floats, and replacement of alternator and accessory belts.
The driver's front and rear wheel wells look solid.
The passenger front and rear wheel wells also look to be solid without any major problems found. The passenger rails and floors are in good shape.
The rear undercarriage is fine; there are some scratches and surface nicks from being driven. The front end is in a similar fashion to the rear.
The doors, trunk, and hood open and close nicely without any sticking on rubbers. These items feel very solid and the fitment is good.
The interior is complete and is the original color. The seats hold well but do show some age. The door panels themselves are in good shape.
The glass and rubbers are in nice condition. The headliner is not sagging and does not have any tears.
The oil pressure is good, idling at 40 pounds and steady at 60 when in rpm range.
The car comes up to temperature appropriately and holds.
Bidders have the opportunity to purchase a timeless body style Jaguar that they can get in, turn the key, and drive.