Gateway Classic Cars is proud to offer a very low mileage, all original, 1969 Jaguar XKE Coupe for sale in our Detroit Showroom. This 1969 Jaguar comes with all the documentation that you will need to ensure its collectability status. The Series II E-Type Jaguars had the most distinctive design cue changes. Other hallmarks of Series 2 cars are a wrap-around rear bumper, re-positioned and larger front indicators and tail lights below the bumpers, an enlarged mouth which aided cooling but detracted for the Series I design purity, twin electric fans, plastic rocker switches in place of the Series I toggle switches, and, of course most importantly, a material downgrading in performance resulting from a switch from the three SU carburetors used in Series I models to a mere two smogged Stromberg carbs, reducing horsepower from 265 to 246 and reducing torque from 283 to 263. The 6-cylinder twin overhead camshaft XK engine is paired to a dual-drive automatic transmission which will make cruising in this beauty a fun experience every time. Finished in classic and desirable Sable Brown with a beautiful Onyx interior, this Series II has been beautifully maintained and driven just 9,612 miles from new. It drives and performs incredibly well and comes fully documented with its Jaguar Heritage Certificate and owner s manual. This exceptionally original car makes a wonderful appearance, although, upon close examination, it does show some patina in the original paint which only adds to the charm of this great motorcar. Ready to make an investment that you can actually enjoy? Please contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff at 313-982-3100 or email us at Detroit@GatewayClassicCars.com. For over 120HD photos and video, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com.
To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys Arizona event, 17 - 18 January 2019. Estimate:$110,000 - $130,000 Desirable original triple-black combinationExceptional unrestored survivor; two owners since newRecent mechanical restorationJaguar Heritage Trust CertificateIn 1968 the E-Type underwent major revision to comply with U.S. safety and emissions legislation, emerging in Series 2 guise. No longer sporting the initial covered headlamps, the second iteration featured enlarged side and rear lights, while an enlarged front bumper center section bridged a larger radiator intake. Interior changes included a collapsible steering column and rocker switches in place of the earlier toggles. These changes would remain in effect until Series 2 production ceased in 1971.This outstanding original example was purchased by its current owner from a lady in Santa Barbara who purchased it new in California. Carefully driven only approximately 53,000 miles since new, its condition reflects the loving care bestowed upon it by its owners. Finished strikingly in black with a matching black leather interior and top, it represents the essence of sporting elegance that Jaguars are known for. The black paint, top, and interior, including the carpets, are original from the factory and in excellent condition. Recently, $14,000 was spent rebuilding the mechanical aspects of this E-Type, as well as a new set of tires fitted, to assure it runs and drives without concern. It has been driven less than 50 miles since then and is ready to be enjoyed. Also accompanying this Jaguar are the original warranty book, jack, tonneau cover, service receipts, and Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate confirming its original delivery specifications.It is rare to find an E-Type that is in such an exceptional state of preservation, highly original, and mildly patinated, yet properly sorted and ready to enjoy. This second-series E-Type presents a rare and unique opportunity for touring and exhibition in Jaguar concours preservation classes.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/az19.
This RARE CLEAN CLASSIC 1969 Jaguar XKE Convertible is one of kind fully loaded sports car with RED exterior TAN interior Matching like new top ! Cleanest super shaped classic car around today! Wire Wheels too! Trades OK! Feel free to make an appt. to inspect & drive this sports car by calling US 561-676-1912 / 954-401-4535 anytime! SEE LAST PICTURE FOR MORE DETAILS!
1969 Jaguar E-Type XKE Series II Roadster For Sale The Car Runs & Drives Very Strong, Sounds Great, Doesnt Smoke, and is Regularly Driven in Summer & Fall Seasons Original Cast Iron Block with Aluminum Head Engine With The Following Improvements Done in the Early 1980s: Three 2- Barrel 40mm Side Draft Webber Carburetors Balanced Crankshaft, Piston Pins, Pistons & Connecting Rods Higher Compression, 10 to 1 Pistons & Longer Duration Lift Cams To The Tune of A 340/HP XKE Roadster Light Aluminum Flywheel Original Transmission That Shifts as it Should Brakes in Good Working Order Zero RustBurgundy Fine Metal Flake Paint (Originally Fine Metal Flake Silver Blue)Chrome is in Good Shape Original Soft Top The Steering Wheel Was Replaced As The Diameter of the Original Steering Wheel Wasnt Ergonomically PleasingThe Original Jack, Spare Tire, and Knock 0ff Tool are Included in the Sale The Owner of This Jaguar Bought the Car in 1975 With Only 13,000 miles on itThis Jaguar Has Been in the Same Hands in Albuquerque, NMs High Dry Desert For 42 Years of The Cars Life A Rare Opportunity to Own A Jaguar XKE Series II Roadster Ready to Drive, Or The Perfect Candidate For a Full Restoration... For Sale by Owner, and Located in Albuquerque, NM WeBe Autos Specializes in Marketing and Advertising Muscle, Classic, Vintage and Specialty Cars. We offer Professional Photography, HD Movies, and Staging that Sells Cars. We have over 6,000 cars in stock at any time, if you are Looking for a Chevelle, Camaro, Nova, Corvette or a Mustang Chances Are we Have your Dream Car. Let us showcase and sell your specialty car. Please visit our website for more details. ?Keep in Touch, Michael Runnalls Specialty Car Marketing & Media WeBe Autos Ltd. Long Island, NY 11780 Michael@WeBeAutos.com www.WeBeAutos.com (O)631-339-0399 (C)516-729-2003 Skype: webeautos (F)631-389-2605 When you Love What You Do You Never have to Go To Work...
Gorgeous restoration of 1969 Jaguar XKE! Professionally Detailed inside and out! Collector's Expert Restoration! Car is a Driver! See web site below for further informationhttps://www.championmotorsinternational.com/1969-jaguar-xke-type-e-c-1005.htm
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1969 Jaguar Series II 4.2L Fixed Head Coupé, Blue-plate California car, matching numbers, Jaguar Heritage certificate. Current owner is a lifelong Jag enthusiast and member of the Jaguar Owner's Club of Los Angeles (affiliated with Jaguar Club of North America). This is a restored So Cal "barn find" that was previously garaged, unregistered and undriven from about 1988 until 2016. Previous registered owner (whom I am informed was just the second registered owner) died in 1987 shortly after paying off the loan on the car. His widow was not able to care for the car, and when it failed a California emissions inspection in or around 1990, it was mothballed and passed from one family member to the next. Last owner's widow gave it to the owner's sister, who gave it to her son, who attempted to restore it for about 12 years before his wife ordered it out of her garage, when the current owner acquired it.Mechanicals. Thousands invested in mechanicals to bring this beauty back to life and now she runs like a champ. New wiring harnesses for main engine compartment and alternator completed in March 2018, with extensive other electrical work performed (condensers, relays, fuses, starter rebuilt) in 2016. All new OEM belts and hoses, new aluminum radiator by Cool Cats of NJ, new power brake servo, new master/slave clutch cylinders, entirely new exhaust system including shiny new black manifolds and stainless Bell exhaust pipes and mufflers which sound beautiful and gurgle with joy on the downshift. Mechanical speedometer and dash clock were rebuilt by a recognized expert in Smiths gauges; the clock now works beautifully with a quartz movement for improved accuracy and reliability. Original 4-speed manual gearbox (Gearbox No. 1KE1979) paired with the original 4.2L inline six-cylinder engine (Engine No. of 7R4828-9). No air conditioning for the perfect analog driving experience free of complications. Upgraded RetroSound stereo head unit with full Bluetooth connectivity and new speakers for period-correct appearance but modern soundtrack for your weekend canyon drives. Original copper radiator and Sanyo stereo cassette head unit (non-operating) have been retained in case the new owner wishes to restore them. All records for the last two-year restoration have been maintained and go with the car to the lucky new owner.Aesthetics. Dark blue leather interior is like a time warp, having been covered and garaged in drought-ridden Southern California for 30+ years. Silver paint appears to have received a respray sometime in the 1980s prior to being garaged. Paint has a few superficial bubbles, nicks and scratches. Typical parking lot door dings on the passenger side. One hard-to-discern concave dent on the nose near the grill opening (likely where a small can of paint or a like heavy/blunt object fell on it while in storage), and less than a foot north of that, one convex dent where someone may have tried to jack the car under the radiator instead of under the frame corner, leaving a mark in the steel. There appears to be no rust on the car except possibly some superficial surface rust in some crevices. New Hankook whitewall tires on original chrome wire wheels show their age but are still usable and could benefit from re-chroming at some point. Original spare tire (appears to be unused, with chalk still on the tire) in the boot with tool roll (no jack or knock-off tools, sorry). Bumpers show well, with some superficial pitting visible upon close inspection. Boot hatch window has received new rubber and chrome trim and is solid and leak-free. Driver's door window received new rubber as well. Remaining rubber along windows and bumpers is intact but aging.In short, this is a period sports car with appropriate patina and targeted upgrades that runs like a champ. This car gets more attention wherever it goes than any car I've previously owned. It is a wonderful work of art.