1965 Jaguar E-type Roadster. JCNA Concours Car, Long Term Owner, Exceptional!
- Condition: Used
- Make: Jaguar
- Model: E-Type
- SubModel: E-type xke Series 1 Roadster
- Type: Convertible
- Trim: 2-door convertible
- Year: 1965
- Mileage: 9,483
- VIN: 1E10045
- Color: British Racing Green
- Engine size: 4.2L
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual 4-speed
- Drive type: 2WD
- Interior color: Biscuit
- Options: Leather Seats
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1965 Jaguar E-Type E-type xke Series 1 RoadsterEmail: email@example.com Phone: 980.216.8550 1965 Jaguar E-type Series I Roadster Please Read All
Motorcartrader.com is proud to offer this spectacular 1965 Jaguar E-type Roadster. This great Jaguar E-type was built on September 4th of 1964 and dispatched on October 7th of 1964. This matching number car was originally sold to Dr. Althouse on December 12th of 1964 of Omaha, NE from Kumpf Motor Imports in Denver CO. As we understand, the first owner had this car for about a year or 500 miles and then sold it to the second owner Dr. Parish. The second owner had this car from 1965 to October of 2014. He had the car commissioned for a full ground up and meticulous restoration at around 53,000 miles by a Pebble Beach award winning restoration shop. The goal was to make one of the best E-type Roadster possible to show and win the JCNA Concour class. It was finished in the classic Color combination of British Racing Green with biscuit Connolly leather interior. The initial restoration cost $217,994.10 and we do have the invoices of all the work completed. In addition, photo documentation of this restoration where everything on this car was restored or rebuilt to JCNA concours specifications. The car was shown after it was completed in 2003 and shown from 2003 to 2007. It was barely driven at all during this time by the second owner who was also a president of the Carolina Jaguar Club. It earned very impressive accolades, scores, awards and 100 point judging. Below is the list of JCNA (Jaguar Club of North America) C5/E1 (Champion Division is the most demanding JCNA Concours Division) scores this car achieved:
- Challenge Championship 2003. Score: 99.760 points (The 1000-point score sheet permits points to be deducted for areas not up to standard. The total is to be divided by 10 for the competing score; 100 points would be a "Perfect" Champion Division Entry).
- AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) Senior First Prize 2003
- AACA Grand National Winner Senior First Prize 2004
- British Car Day South. Score: 100.000
- Virginia Jaguar Club Concours 2006: 99.980
- SMJC Concours d’Elegance. Score 99.960
- Southeast Regional Concours. Score 99.900
- The Gathering. Score: 99.900
- Autumn in the Mountains. Score: 99.940
- Lowcountry Classic Jaguar Concours. Score 99.990
- JCNA Challenge Championship 2005. Score 98.600
- Capital Classic. Score 99.770
- North Georgia Jaguar Concours D’Elegance. Score: 99.940
- North Georgia Jaguar Club Concours. Score: 99.920
- Legends on the Green. Score: 99.980
- Head to the mountains. Score: 9.977 (The 1000-point score sheet permits points to be deducted for areas not up to standard. The total is to be divided by 100 for the competing score; 10 points would be a "Perfect" Driven Division Entry)
- Virginia Jaguar Club Concours d’ Elegance. Score 9.999
- 2013 JCNA Challenge Championship. Score: 9.999
- 2011 Head to the Mountains. Score: 9.996. 2011 Norman Dewis Trophy awarded at National Jaguar Event after Sir Norman Dewis drove and signed the car (pictured on air cleaner). Sir Norman Dewis is the famed head test driver and engineer who helped develop the XK120, 140, 150, C and D type as well as the E-type. Mr. Dewis drove the first new 1961 Jaguar E-type to the Paris auto show.
- Smoky Mountain Jaguar Club Concours. Score: 9.983
- NGJC Concours d’Elegance. Score: 9.984
- Capital City Classic. Score: 9.997
- Head for the Mountains. Score: 9.995
- 2015 Head for the Mountains. Score 9.995
Included with this car are the $266,648.44 of invoices invested into this car since 2003 to make it one of the finest Jaguar E-type Roadsters and a great driving car as well. A matching color British Racing Green, newly restored Hardtop with interior matching wool headliner is included as well. Also, we do have the original books, jaguar pouch, original jack, and original tool kit. In addition, the air cleaner is signed by Sir Norman Dewis when he selected this car for the “Norman Dewis Award” in 2011. Sir Norman Dewis is the famed head test driver and engineer who helped develop the XK120, 140, 150, C and D type as well as the E-type. Mr. Dewis drove the first new 1961 Jaguar E-type to the Paris auto show. In addition to being an exceptional show car, this E-type runs and drives perfect. It has great oil pressure and compression. The car shifts great and is very tight to drive. An upgraded aluminum radiator and electric cooling fan were installed as well during the “driving” portion of the restoration as this car was in the warm NC climate when it was driven. The car stays very cool and comfortable. There is absolutely no rust on this car and the underside is painted the same dark British Racing Green as the exterior of the car. There is no undercoating on this car. The paint, chrome, seals, underside, exhaust, porcelain manifolds, top, engine compartment, the frame rails, underside, chrome wire wheels, interior etc. are all in stunning condition.This is certainly one of the finest Jaguar E-types available on the market today. It has great ownership history, along with a comprehensive and documented restoration. Furthermore, has been Concours judged and continually achieved at or close to 100 point scores. These Jaguar E-types are very hard to find with this type of provenance. This is a true investment grade vehicle which will be an excellent centerpiece or start to any collection.
This is certainly one of the finest Jaguar E-types available on the market today. It has great ownership history, along with a comprehensive and documented restoration. Furthermore, has been Concours judged and continually achieved at or very close to 100 point scores. These Jaguar E-types are very hard to find with this type of provenance. This is a true investment grade vehicle which will be an excellent centerpiece or start to any collection.
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www.motorcartrader.comOn May-06-16 at 15:54:40 PDT, seller added the following information:
NOTE: In regard to price, it would be very difficult to replicate this car in a restoration with the market for Jaguar E-type Series I cars. A complete project car or donor car worth restoring (if you can find one) would cost close to $100k. In addition, the hours of a total restoration for any reputable, and knowledgeable Jaguar E-type specialist, would be about 2,000 hours ore more for a great driver. A show car that can compete and consistently score at or near 100 points in JCNA Championships, or nearly as nice as this car, would be more like to 2,500 hours to 3,000 or more. This would not include additional parts, materials, chrome, wheels, tires, interior pieces, hard top restoration, etc. This is one of many reasons why true high end and correctly restored Jaguar E-types have been selling for $250,000 to $400,000 or more. You cannot, however duplicate good history with a car.On May-08-16 at 08:41:03 PDT, seller added the following information:
NOTE: As we understand, this is the first time this Jaguar has been publicly advertised for sale. The original owner was a doctor, sold it to his colleague who owned the car form 1965 to 2014. In October 2014, this car was sold via word of mouth to another JCNA Club member.On May-09-16 at 10:44:33 PDT, seller added the following information:
UPDATE: We’ve had several questions about a "Buy It Now" price. Currently we do not have a “Buy It Now” price, but here are some recent auction results and comps from similar Jaguar E-type Series I 4.2 Roadsters.
- 2015 RM Driven By Disruption Auction in NYC: 1965 Jaguar E-type Series I 4.2 Roadster-$297,000. (No mention of show history or JCNA judging, but also had a removable hard top)
- 2015 RM Monterey : 1966 Jaguar E-type Series I Roadster-$319,000 (No mention of show history or JCNA judging).
- 2016 Gooding Scottsdale: 1966 Jaguar E-type Series I 4.2 Roadster-$385,000 (No mention of show history or JCNA judging, but looked like an all original very low mileage car).
- 2016 Gooding Scottsdale: 1966 Jaguar E-type Series I 4.2 Roadster-$220,000. (No mention of show history or JCNA judging, but also had a removable hard top).
- 2016 Gooding Scottsdale: 1965 Jaguar E-type Series I 4.2 Roadster-$192,000. (No mention of show history or JCNA judging).