1967 Jaguar E-Type Convertible 5.3L series IIISOLD
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Engine Type: 4.2 Litre Inline 6-Cylinder
Engine Number:7E10049-9
Color:Primrose / Black Leather

Reference Number 292755

as of 7/15/2014

Overview
Car 1967 Jaguar E-Type Convertible 5.3L series III
VIN 1E13442 
Mileage 23,002 miles 
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Known History

 

1967 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 Roadster

s/n 1E13412, Engine no. 7E10049-9

Primrose with Black Leather

 

The E-Type was unveiled in March of 1961 at the Geneva Motor Show, following the famous 11th hour disorder (one of the cars was driven to the show from England with just hours to spare). The car was an immediate sensation: its specification was state of the art, its bodywork arrestingly gorgeous, and the price surprisingly affordable. It embodied William Lyons` values beautifully and it is no surprise that the E-Type has become such a legendary part of automotive history. The specification clearly demonstrated Jaguar’s racing experience and included independent suspension all around (at a time when Ferrari was still using live rear axles), disc brakes all around (inboard at the rear to reduce unsprung weight), and of course Jaguar’s legendary twin cam inline-6. The cars were continuously developed, with the addition of 4.2 liter engine and fully synchronized gearboxes for 1965. Later cars, particularly in the United States, had safety and emissions equipment that negatively influenced both performance and aesthetics, so these Series I 4.2 liter cars are widely considered to be the pick of the bunch.

 

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