E type 1968 Jaguar FHC, original, rebuilt engine 2 E type,1968, numbers matching, needs nothing & has A/C

Price: US $43,800.00 Item location: Jamul, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Jaguar
  • Model: E-Type
  • Trim: 2 door FHC (fixed head coupe)
  • Year: 1968
  • Mileage: 62,093
  • VIN: 1E 35164
  • Color: Silver Blue Metallic
  • Engine size: original 4.2 L, DOHC, Hemi
  • Number of cylinders: in line 6 cylinder
  • Power options: updated R134a A/C system, Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: original 4 speed trans
  • Drive type: original RWD with positracton
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Safety options: original Jaguar "KANGOL" 3 point seat belts
  • Options: Interior is original except for dash pad, CD Player, Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1968 Jaguar E-Type

This1968 Jaguar XK E-type FHCis not restored! The vehicle has been well maintained to the highest of currentowners standards since purchasing in Dec 1998 with 32,000 miles on odometer.At that time, was looking for my 3rd E type, sthe other 2 cars wereneeding repair before making a daily driver, his time I wanted a ALL ORIGINAL E type. The E type was advertised in Hemmings Motor News. As the 2nd owner told me, e had purchased the E type 5 years ago from an Estate sale where the 1st owner had passed away and his kid was selling off the collection, he sale was held in a heated garage, he 2nd owner also kept the E type in a heated garage as both lived in Michigan. This E typehad/has never seen the salt of any winter as there is no rust.. Also I still have most of the 1968parts that have been replaced since purchasing, ew owner is welcome to take if they so want. Original owners pouch npaperwork, tc are in car yet.

AS of today Mar. 5th, 016, he E type is95+% original in owners opinion, fast, ell handling, ighly maintained and good looking E-type! When I went to check over this E-type, he dash clock was inop, indscreen was pitted, lear coat was starting to let go, ear hatch glass was chipped, ash pad was cracked in the center, ngine oil was black as night and there were coolant leaks from various engine components but ALL ORIGINAL. I bought it and drove it back to San Diego in Jan. of 1999,it took3 days n had no problems except to find out the 4.2L engine was wearing out.

(btw) when purchasing parts...1st choice was OEM part or OEM aftermarket part, nd choice was updated or superceded OEM part and 3rd was aftermarket or fitable part from different make n model of vehicle which only happened when fitting in the updated A/C system and the center armrest with cupholder.

The following is a history of professional repairs per invoices since purchasing, ll parts were bought from XK's Unlimited or Martin Robey Sales (Warwickshire, ngland) or Worldpac OEM.....Jan. '99 purchased high end sheepskin seat covers to save the leather,that worked out fine as you can see inthe fotos...Jan-Nov. '99 engine rebuilt to <1967 standards of 9:1 compression pistons (standard size) with DEVES standard rings along with lower end bearings, D high efficiency radiator withHD 18 inch pullerfan and controller, ll cooling system hoses, ebuild water pump, eater core cleaned n repair, hermostat and housing, omplete exhaust system with headers, ylinder head doneAS NEEDED for use with unleaded fuel, chneider reground cams with 270F profile, ack dated intake manifold with 3 SU carbs, lutch hydraulics resealed with new slave shaft, lock convertedto quartz, ear shocks, ll tune up parts. And began buying available BODY SEALS.... Mar. '01 bought more body seals and save.... Apr. '01 rear glass seal off back order and save.... July '01 engine coolant sensor and voltage stabilizer... Apr. '02 spin on oil filter conversion with E Z oil drainer.... Aug. '02 fuel pump and filters.... Oct. '02 windscreen seal, aved.... Dec.'02 rear hatch glass, aved.... Jan. '03 tinted wind screen, aved and heater fan motor... July '03 L&R all door seals, owl and hatch seals, emainder of needed body seals,save.... Aug-Nov. '03 professional repaint done, own to metal, riginal color, est clearcoat available, nstall saved seals and saved glass, olish all chrome and trim.... June '05 MSD ignition control added.... Feb. '10 SU performance needles (03-UVR) installed, -2-3 ignition distributor and starter switch... Feb.'11 updated heater hoses... Sept. '11 valve shims purchased and valves adjusted... May '15 odometer ok, peedometer calibration, rmrest leather worn out, dd armrest accessory with cupholder...June-Dec '15 added professionally installed updated R134a A/C system with 5-8 second delayed compressor engagement after start up, djustable thermostatictemp switch, speed fan, ow pressure safety switch in accumulator, ull throttle compressor cut off switch and reworked ducting for cold air defrosting, osch80 amp 2 wire alternator with V-belt conversion, D condenser pusher fan wiredto compressor operation andwiring diagram along with part number list... July '15 front rotors n pads, ubs n brgs serviced and flush brake system complete with ATE Dot 4 TYP 200 fluid, lutch hydraulics flushed with ATE Dot 4 Blue Racing fluid....Aug '15front shocks,L&R upper ball joint kits, pdated L&R lower ball joints, &R tie rod ends, &R rack boots and front end alignment....Sept '15 4 BF Goodrich P215/70R15 Redline tires (btw, pare tire is original Dunlop SP FR70 SR15) and in good shape.... Oct '15 updated front crankshaft seal, ump gskt & took fotos of bottom end n sump and HD motor mounts...Dec '15 complete detail of interior, xterior n chrome.

Most asked ? so far is,Does the engine overheat? No, ever as installing heavy duty puller & pusher fans along with the upgraded cooling system, he engine temp gaugeneedle stays around the M letter of NORMAL printed on gauge. I just took a trip to Palm Springs where tempis like where I live, RICKINHOT!While driving back home in early afternoon, /C was at maximum, utsidetemp was90+ degrees, nly timetemp needle went a little past the Lof NORMALon guagewas whenI got stuck for 10-15 minutes,while not moving at all, aiting for construction vehicles to clear. Once traffic started to move again, emp needle was at its normal place on gauge.