1967 Jaguar XK-E
1967 Jaguar XK-E
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1967 Jaguar XK-E

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
  • Classic Car ID
  • Stock Number
  • Category
    Import Classics
  • Body Style
  • New/Used
  • Mileage
    140,000 miles
  • Engine
    6 Cylinder
  • Condition
    Very Good
  • Doors
  • Drivetrain
    2 wheel drive
  • Suspension
  • Transmission
    4 Speed Manual
  • Exterior Color
  • Custom Color
    Tan top
  • Interior Color
  • Seat Color

Classic Car Overview

This is an older restoration in very nice condition that needs nothing for you to drive and enjoy today. It is not a restoration project. It is a rust free car - see the photos of the trunk floor and the floor in the seating areas.
I purchased this Jaguar new off of the showroom floor in Baltimore, Maryland in January 1968. I drove it across country when I moved to California in 1971, and it has been in California and garaged when not driven. It was my regular use car from 1968 through 1979, when, at 100,000 miles, it was restored and put out to stud. Since 1980 it has been driven regularly (weekly in good weather) averaging 1000 miles a year. The car gets whatever it needs when it needs it, so it has always been reliable - which is how you get to 140,000 miles.
The car began as a Golden Sand body with black top. The original paint failed in the first year, and Jaguar agreed to repaint it, and I changed the color to British Racing Green. In the 1980 restoration, the color was changed to Jaguar Regency Red. The paint is now 44 years old, and close inspection confirms that, with some scratches and rock chips and a few bubbles. But it shines well and looks good on casual inspection - it turns heads and draws comments everywhere I go. The restoration in1980 included: motor rebuilt, paint, brakes and chrome all redone. The upholstery is a mix of original (seats) and redone (door panels, dash and glove box lid). The drivers seat has a 3 inch tear in one panel where your left shoulder presses to pivot out of the car, otherwise the seats are very good original leather. The chrome looks good and the top is nearly new. The car has the original top boot in good condition.
The original engine blew up in 1974, and was replaced with a 4.2L long block were from a Jaguar XJ6 ( engine # 7R 35904-9). The original cams, valve covers, intake manifold with triple SU carbs and exhaust manifold were rescued from the original and installed. This is the engine that was rebuilt in 1980. The replacement is clean - the car starts instantly, runs smoothly, sounds perfect and looks correct. With a new set of tires I would drive this anywhere tomorrow.
The car is meticulously maintained. The list is long but here are some highlights:
7/01 - rear subframe removed and rebuilt - new shocks, stainless calipers,hoses, rotors, pads, hub bearings, bushings, etc
7/04 - alternator rebuilt
10/06 - front end ball joints and tie rods replaced
7/08 - brake servo, front caliper seals, hoses and pads replaced
11/12 - engine out to install new clutch/PP/TOB; engine gaskets replaced, flywheel resurfaced, new starter and header tank, all new fuel and coolant lines, new motor and transmission mounts
6/13 - clutch slave cylinder and fan temp switch
3/15 - remove rear end, reseal axle flanges, replace right flange bearing, replace rear and parking brake pads, new ignition coil and new top
5/21 - replace horn relay and brake light sender, tune up with new plugs, all fluids drained and refilled, chassis lubed
3/23 - rebuild fan belt tensioner (new pulley and spring), replace header tank, rebuild pedal box, rebuild distributor and replace vacuum advance, new clutch and brake master cylinders.
The car comes with the original jack, hammer, and tool kit. Also the original Owners Manual and warranty card.

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