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1967 Jaguar E-Type.
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Address: Santa Barbara, CA Mileage: 29,541
Exterior Color: Cream Interior Color: Black Leather
Transmission: Manual Body Style: COLLECTOR
Condition: Excellent
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Offered for sale is an absolutely gorgeous, entirely numbers matching, completely rust-free 1967 Jaguar E-Type OTS finished in factory correct (per the original JDHT certificate) and perpetually tasteful Cream over black leather with an original, solid and unmolested undercarriage. Often mistaken for Old English White (which was offered on XKs between 1952-1961 and on Series II and III E-Types from 1970-1974), Cream was Jaguar"s color designation for white between 1962-1969, a timeless and understated hue that perfectly offsets the E-Types lasciviously styled body. In terms of desirability, closed headlamp Series I E-Types are at the top of the list and final year examples are considered by many to be the most sought after, blending the preferred early design cues with the stronger, more reliable 4.2L inline six. If you"re looking for an excellent investment that you can drive and enjoy, this 1967 E-Type checks all the important boxes. Delivered new to an attorney in Moline, Illinois, he would own the car for the better part of three decades, eventually selling it to a local business associate. The second owner kept the car in Moline until 2005, when it was acquired by a Jaguar enthusiast from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. We came across the car late last year and found it to be in lovely condition - very strong mechanically, cosmetically beautiful, entirely rust-free and honest - a testament to the high level of care afforded by its three previous owners. Throughout its life the car has been a garage queen, enjoyed in moderation, properly maintained and garaged, with refurbishments taking place as needed. That said, it"s worth reinforcing that at its core this is an exceptionally original, numbers matching example. Professionally refinished, the factory correct Cream paint is in fantastic shape: deep, lustrous and marred only by the most insignificant of imperfections, none of which are visible in the pictures. The body is entirely straight, free of dings or dents and retaining consistent gaps and panel fits throughout. The brightwork and all of the glass is in good original condition, as are the knock-off chrome wire wheels. The interior is equally as clean, the seats having been recently reupholstered in the correct leather and the soft top and accompanying boot cover having been replaced. Late Series I Roadsters are exalted amongst motoring enthusiasts, thanks in no small part to the venerable 4.2L engine. Firing up without hesitation, the engine idles consistently, pulls strongly and smoothly through each of the gearbox"s four gears with excellent compression across all cylinders. The cooling system works well and the exhaust note from the dual stainless system is fantastic, the perfect accompaniment to the visceral, grin-inducing ride quality. The car drives and brakes straight and true, the suspension is tight and the car is a joy to drive, whether tooling through town, roaring through the canyons or bombing down the highway. With Series I E-Types fetching outlandish prices in recent collector car auctions, this is an excellent opportunity to acquire a fairly priced, honest, beautiful, very original and appreciating final year example with strong, numbers matching mechanicals and clean aesthetics. Whether it will continue service as a cherished weekend driver, as a Jaguar Club of North America touring and event participant or as a welcomed addition to a collection, this gorgeous example needs nothing to be enjoyed but a doting new owner. Price: $105,000
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