This RARE CLASSIC 1970 Jaguar E-Type XKE convertible is a one of kind fully loaded sports car with WHITE exterior RED interior and BLACK 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!
You are looking at a very clean well kept example of a Series II Jaguar E-Type OTS/Roadster nice Dependable Driver. - This 1970 E-type OTS has been in our shop for normal servicing for over 30 years. -Belonging to the same family , we have serviced and maintained this car all along. (Service records will come with the vehicle.) -The body has basically no rust, the floors are original and the boot floor also is original and not rusty. The only minor blemishes in the paint is that there is one scratch on the passenger door and one slight crack in the paint on the LR 1/4 and a blemish in the paint on the passenger side front cowl. (See pictures) Other than that, the paint is in very decent shape with lots of nice shine and luster as the Family did have the entire car repainted approx 8 years ago. - The car was in a warm heated garage all of its life only to attend some shows or quick drives to keep it moving. - Our Restoration shop just recently replaced all the fluids and necessary hoses, checked all vital concerns and replaced the brake master cylinder. -We also flushed the entire braking system, checked the brake pads and calipers and made sure they all operate as they should. - The car has a new muffler on it and it sounds and runs just like it should, nice and cool and the motor has great oil pressure! - We replaced the black convertible top which was still original on the car, because the rear window was becoming yellow. -So while the top was off, the top frame was restored and aligned and a brand new correct top was installed , even including new seals all around. - The car has the original jack, spare, and the original Tonneau cover is included - (see picture.) - This is a great driving all around super fun Series II E-type and with twin fans on this Series 2, you are ensured a cool running engine. -The synchronized transmission also shifts perfectly as well. - If you are looking for an E-Type, that you do not have to restore, and that you can just get right in it and drive right now that is Still well under $100k!! Here it is! -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1970 Jaguar XKE Coupe The present owner purchased this vehicle from the original owner on July 17, 1972. The E-Type has a 4.2 liter 6 cylinder engine, 4 speed manual transmission, and factory. Air conditioning and chrome wheels. The car has 34,400 miles registered on the odometer. This is an original car that has been maintained by the same owner for 45 years. The interior is original and still in very nice condition. The exterior did have a complete respray about 15 years ago in the original Willow Green color. The quality of the paint work still shows. The mechanical systems have been maintained over the years and kept in original condition. The original radio is still in the car but does not operate.
1970 JAGUAR XKE ROADSTER Series II English-built cars have a personality. This car has a near perfect blend of engine power, smoothness, suspension and brake function. It has been well-maintained throughout its life. Currently on its second owner since May 1972, we can confirm the following progeny: High Quality Repaint – The XKE’s paint has been changed from British Racing Green to a silver/blue color with tint that changes color with outside light. The project was a bare metal job including jambs, firewall and the underside of the bonnet. While repainted 15 years ago, the finish remains excellent with exceptional depth and shine. The body is straight with an absence of body gaps between the bonnet and doors. The doors open and close smoothly and feature perfect shut lines. The exterior presents few scratches and road-rash. There is NO Evidence of Major Damage or Rust – The spare spoke wheel/tire compartment offers a high potential for rust and corrosion. Its clean condition is consistent with the rest of the car. (Not shown is the original jack, two-pound THOR copper knock-off and hammer, all neatly tucked and tied in an original pouch below the trunk mat and wooden floor.) Bumpers and Other Trim have been Rechromed – In addition to the rechroming, rubber weatherstripping has been replaced accenting the dual exhaust pipes, bright stainless steel closing panel, clear lenses and undamaged lower sheet metal. Evidence of oxidation does exist from the engine manifold to chromed exhaust pipes. Tires have been Replaced with New Radials – Original upgraded chrome wire, “knock offcenter-lock wheels feature new 185 HR 15 Universal Sport whitewalls with Michelin TR-13 rubber stem tubes. Leather Seats and Door Panels have been Reupholstered – Together with the wood-rimmed, aluminum steering wheel and working operation of the traditional, white-on-black Smiths gauges, this XKE’s interior is clean with a new car leather smell – an interior easily described as “excellent./p> The black leather bucket seats, door panels and trim, dash, working instrumentation and original black Wilton wool carpeting are in superb condition. The Convertible Top Fits Tight – A new tacking strip secures the fit. The top lifts up and folds down in seconds without leaks or wind noise. A black boot cover can be found in the trunk – in good condition, having had very little use over the past 46 years. This XKE is Original - The number plate and numbers stamped on the engine block and sub-suspension arm are matching - confirmation this Jaguar has been mated with the original, factory-installed engine and drivetrain. More Numbers – Odometer Mileage (statute): 110,061 Vehicle #1R12199 Body #4R6723 Engine #7R9971-9 Gear Box #KE11191 This XKE is a survivor, one of the few 7,853 left-hand drive open two-seaters built between 1968-1971 by Jaguar Cars LTD. · Original 4.2 litre six-cylinder dual overhead cam engine with 240 horsepower and 265 lbs of torque. · Proper dual Stromberg 175-Cd carburetors. · 4-speed transmission featuring a new clutch. Summary – Together with its exceptional eye appeal, this partially restored, Tucson-garaged XKE has been well-maintained and drives great. Absent any rattles or shakes, it tracks straight with power on or under braking. A combination of mechanical excellence, an original, straight, solid body condition and a numbers-matching classic Jaguar is rare. We have priced this car to be (1) an entry-level collector showcar (without the outsized mark-ups of USD$150,000 or more for a Concours contender leaving considerable budget for further restoration), or (2) as a reliable, head-turning daily/long-distance driver. Either opportunity offers an exceptional investment. Haggerty’s January 2018 valuations range from USD$66,400 (at their “Goodthird level condition) to USD$114,000 (“Excellent" condition at a #2 level, below the #1 “Concours" condition carrying a USD$198,000 Haggerty valuation). This is certainly one of the finest Jaguars in the U.S. offered at USD$76,500. This XKE is being sold in “as-is condition and comes with no warranties either expressed or implied. Pre-purchase inspections by the prospective buyer and/or his agents are welcome and encouraged. A non-refundable USD$2,000 deposit is due upon purchase with verified remittance of the remaining purchase price necessary prior to title transfer and shipment. Shipping arrangements, insurance and other costs are the responsibility of the purchaser. No Exceptions.
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