Drive Type: Manual
Bayonne, New Jersey, United States
Up for sale 1967 Jaguar e type 2+2, 4,2L manual transmission, toggle switches, wire wheels,
collectible e type, last year of famous serie 1!!!
The car had 2 owners since new and last registered in 1974 and since new turned only 36,600 miles original, great low milage
find, original engine was replaced back in 1969 when the car was only 2 years old!!
This current engine has only 11,000miles since new!!!
The engine runs and drives great, i have video of engine running!
The car itself is complete other than front bumper which was lost during owner's moving and could not be located until now,
new accessible for 500 dollars!!
Covered headlights were replaced with open headlights ( easy to convert back if want ),
The rest is there , i believe the paint is still mostly original along with blue interior!!!
The car comes equipped with desirable manual transmission and A/C !!!
Front suspension needs adjustment, all complete and there!!!
Few rust spots ( see pics ) some bubbling here and there but still very good honest car to restore!!
This is excellent car to restore for a very fair price!!!
The winning bidder will must pay for shipping and paypal deposit after the auction!!!
Overseas bidders welcome!!
Will assist with shipping and loading!!
Flat bed or trailer needed for shipping, no tow please, I can deliever anywhere for fee,
Please understand that this is a project car that needs some work, however it has great potential do to an easy restoration on!!
Low milage saves a lot of money here so please keep that in mind!!
Inspection is welcomed!!
Paypal deposit $1000 24h after the auction ends, balance due 3-5 business days after the end, WIRE TRANSFER ONLY, no
paypal or checks for balance please!!
Clear title and fair reserve!!!
PLEASE DO NOT BID ON THIS CAR UNLESS YOU HAVE NO MONEY OR WISH TO BUY IT!!!!
Thanks for looking!!!
Patrons of this year's Los Angeles Auto Show will be able to get their first glimpse at the new Jaguar F-Type Coupe, but the new hardtop sports car will be shown off to an even greater audience in early February. No, we aren't talking about the Chicago Auto Show - we're referring to the Super Bowl. Jaguar will debut its first-ever Super Bowl ad during the second half of the big game on February 2, 2014, and the sleek new F-Type Coupe will be the star.
According to Jaguar, the ad campaign will pose the question, "Have you ever noticed how in Hollywood movies, all the villains are played by Brits?" And for all you social media mavens out there, Jaguar will launch a specific hashtag to go with this marketing: #GoodToBeBad.
British director Tom Hooper is responsible for the ad, which is being filmed in London. Americans will get their first glimpse at the campaign this weekend in the first spot, called Disruptor, but the big F-Type Coupe spot will not air until Super Bowl XLVIII in February.
Paul Branstad loves the shape and purity of the Series 1 Jaguar E-Type, produced from 1961 to 1968, but appreciates the longer length of the Series 3 V12 model, which affords occupants a more comfortable space in which to enjoy long trips. So when Branstad brought his damaged left-hand-drive 1968 roadster from its home in the US to Classic Motor Cars in the UK for a restoration, he had a special request: restore his car, but make it a bit longer.
"This is something that we have never done before. Our client wanted the interior leg room of a Series 3 V12 E-Type but the aesthetics of a Series 1 car," says Nick Goldthorp, managing director of CMC.
For the restoration, CMC added 4.5 inches of length to the floor pan of Branstad's E-Type to create the extra legroom. Goldthorp relates, "The V12 was actually nine inches longer than a Series 1 but a lot of the additional room was behind the seats as storage and was not required on our project." That's because CMC also built a trailer out of two E-Type rear ends that attaches to a custom-made removable tow hitch.
An alleged US order guide for the 2014 Jaguar F-Type has made its way online courtesy of the good people at F-TypeClub.com, documenting everything from wheel color options to special equipment packages. From the looks of things, buyers will be able to choose from a total of eight wheel designs in sizes ranging from 18 inches on the base model all the way up to 20 inches. While most of those rollers are available in either silver or black finishes, the 20-inch blade-style wheels are not only forged, but come with carbon-fiber trim. Fancy.
Depending on trim, F-Type buyers will get to choose between two types of seat, including a set of performance-style 14-way power adjustable thrones, complete with seat belts in black, red or tan. Other fun tricks include available power folding side view mirrors and a 770-watt, 14-speaker Meridian sound system.