1964 Jaguar Type E 3.8L Cabriolet90.000-130.000 EUR - Estimate
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Chassis No 889675
- Great amount of mechanical work
- Highly sought-after and desirable version
- Beautiful interior patina

Reference Number 629680

as of 10/15/2020

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Car 1964 Jaguar Type E 3.8L Cabriolet
VIN ┬á889675 
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Known History

Owned by a keen E-Type enthusiast, this cabriolet has been subject to a great deal of major restoration work. The engine (no longer the original one) was redone in 2016, including the restoration of carburettors and replacement of the ignition, the water pump, brakes master-cylinder, the assist system and the clutch. The front brakes are fitted with AP Racing callipers. Since then, the maintenance has been consistent and the car has had a recent service. The tyres are in almost-new condition.

As for the bodywork, it was fully restored in 2012 and included the floors being replaced. As stated by the appraisal accompanying the car, the deck and chassis' visible sides are looking great and do not show any signs of major damage nor corrosion. The car is therefore in sound condition and was repainted in white during the restoration. With a traditional quality restoration, the black leather interior offers a beautiful look and is enhanced by a pretty patina. The dashboard is in good condition, as well as the black alpaca soft top.

This is consequently a well-maintained example from one of the most iconic sports cars of its time, in a version that is among one of most desirable, purest and highly sought-after.