1963 Jaguar E-Type174,995 GBP - Fixed Price

FIA Papers - Sports Touring Semi-Lightweight

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This E-Type was converted in 2008/9 to the semi-lightweight form it presents in today. Restored from the ground up, this example now benefits from elegant Opalescent Dark Blue coachwork over an oxblood red leather interior. With a power plant built by renowned marque specialists, Sigma Engineering, this semi-lightweight E-Type benefits from a narrow angle head on an iron block, complete with triple 48 Weber carburettors and a wet sump. Perfectly suited to use on the road, this CKL Developments fettled car makes for a fantastic choice for rallies and tours. It currently has valid FIA papers- and has completed 4 or 5 races since its build in 2008/9. This example is the ideal candidate for events such as Tour Auto or Modena Cento Ore, predominantly road based events with some light track work; reinforced by the HTP papers that accompany the car verifiying that it qualifies for period F and GTS12 sepcifcation. The engine setup affords the car a healthy 275bhp at the wheels, or circa 325-335bhp at the flywheels. Demonstrating a near peak in torque quite low down, this E-Type offers a linear torque delivery after 2000rpm, offering great usability and drivability. Fresh from a major service in our workshops, this example is available to view immediately at our showrooms just outside London.

Reference Number 596923

as of 12/6/2019

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Stock Number 1116

DK Engineering - Blue Chip Selection  Contact  Location
Little Green Street Farm  Phone  + 44 1923 287687  City  Chorleywood
CHORLEYWOOD
HERTFORDSHIRE
WD3 6EA
 Fax    State  Hertfordshire
United Kingdom  Mobile    Country  United Kingdom United Kingdom
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Car 1963 Jaguar E-Type
Configuration Right Hand Drive (RHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
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Known History

The Jaguar E-Type is a British automobile legend, manufactured by Jaguar between 1961 and 1975. A combination of good looks, high performance, and competitive pricing ensured the car was an instant legend. In period, a Ferrari cost three times more and supplied less horse power which established the marque as an icon of 1960s motoring. The model became a great success for Jaguar; at its release Enzo Ferrari called it "The most beautiful car ever made".

 

This E-Type was converted in 2008/9 to the semi-lightweight form it presents in today. Restored from the ground up, this example now benefits from elegant Opalescent Dark Blue coachwork over an oxblood red leather interior. With a power plant built by renowned marque specialists, Sigma Engineering, this semi-lightweight E-Type benefits from a narrow angle head on an iron block, complete with triple 48 Weber carburettors and a wet sump.

 

Perfectly suited to use on the road, this CKL Developments fettled car makes for a fantastic choice for rallies and tours. It currently has valid FIA papers- and has completed 4 or 5 races since its build in 2008/9. This example is the ideal candidate for events such as Tour Auto or Modena Cento Ore, predominantly road based events with some light track work.

 

The engine setup affords the car a healthy 275bhp at the wheels, or circa 325-335bhp at the flywheels. Demonstrating a near peak in torque quite low down, this E-Type offers a linear torque delivery after 2000rpm, offering great usability and drivability.

 

Fresh from a major service in our workshops, this example is available to view immediately at our showrooms just outside London.