1968 Jaguar E-Type Series 1.5, Fixed Head Coupe (FHC)
- Condition: Used
- Make: Jaguar
- Model: E-Type
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: Fixed Head Coupe (FHC)
- Year: 1968
- Mileage: 47,220
- VIN: LE35405
- Color: Pale Primrose Yellow
- Engine size: 4.2 Litre
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1968 Jaguar E-Type Fixed Head Coupe (FHC)I am offering my 1968 Jaguar Series 1.5 for sale. Will look at all reasonable offers. This car is a driver-turn key ready and not intended to be a trailer queen. Video was done by previous owner. Car is located in Charleston,SC. Clear title in hand. Have other interested buyer nationally, so I reserve the right to pull car off if a reasonable offer is made.
Subject: 1968 Jaguar Series 1.5 Fixed Head Coupe
SEE VIDEO ON YOU TUBE TITLED.....1968 Jaguar XKE-Walkaround Tour
I am offering my 1968 Jaguar Series 1.5 for sale. Will look at all offers. This car is a driver and not intended to be a trailer queen.
Reason for Selling:
Looking to reduce my collection and put my efforts in my other car's.
First owner Herma Hill Kay, Berkeley, California 1968-2008
Second owner, Monte Sheldon owner of Monte Sheldon Jaguar Dealership, Portland Oregon 2008-2013
Current owner, South Carolina 2013-Present
All engine, transmission matching numbers
Documented Jaguar Heritage Certificate
Nov 2015-Nov 2016 car was in Austin, TX undergoing a $45K Documented full engine rebuild from Classic Jaguar out of Austin, Texas, --- transmission rebuild, new cooling system, new radiator with improved cooling fan, new front suspension to include new shocks, bushing, torsion bars, etc. New steering rack, new and improved high torque engine starter, new battery, new lines, restored speedometer, etc. Have 400 miles on car since rebuild.
--all documented through invoices and cancelled checks as well as Classic Jaguar website documenting full engine rebuild on this particular car. Bottom line, I have done the hard work and investment for the new owner to have this car for years to come without having to deal with any uncertainty in the mechanical realm. This is not a "fresh rebuild or engine pulls strong" flowery language type rebuild, but an honest rebuild from one of the nations top Jaguar E type professionals.
All lights and instruments work less clock
Turn key ready
No accidents, clean title
Final model year for the Series 1 before Series 2
4 Speed Manual transmission
Excellent Chrome, Original Glass, Excellent Paint and Rubber Seals
Recently replaced master brake cylinder
Car manual (non original)
Original car jack / Thor hammer in original case
Original spare fuses
Original radio literature
Original maintenance log
Original headliner/sun visors/Interior panels
Original Kangol 3-point safety belts
Original blaupunkt radio that came with car as well as original manual and associated documents with radio
LED tail lights-have original bulbs can always be converted back, but found LEDs to be brighter during the day and night, thereby avoiding accidents.
LED instrument bulbs for dash gauges so you can read the gauges. Can easily be changed back to stock
1968 Jaguar XKE - Walkaround Tour
On Feb-16-17 at 18:36:18 PST, seller added the following information:
FOR FULL PHOTO'S--- google XKEDATA website and enter Vin 1E35405 Any questions please ask
For engine rebuild DETAILS and PHOTOS---See Classic Jaguar website out of Austin Texas----go to ENGINE REBUILDING TAB and click the blue letters "a selection of engine rebuilds in progress and look for Job #2169 (4.2 E Type) FULL ENGINE REBUILD---Should be 4th row down, far left and click on pictures (34 pictures total) just for engine rebuild.......EBAY does not allow me to embed website outside of ebay
I am not going to publish what my reserve is. Rest assured THIS car is both mechanically and exterior, interior sound car that is priced very, very reasonable to sell unlike many on this site that are asking far too much for what little, generic description (no mention of history,documentation, mechanicals, bodywise, etc) of the cars they are selling be it a Series 1 or the Series 3 model. I am not a dealer holding on to a car looking for a profit, nor am I includinga "history of the E type Jaguar" in the description, that's wasted space in my opinion ...If you are bidding, you know what you are bidding on and the history behind the E type, so Ifyou are a collector, you know that you never can or will get your money out of what you have put into a collectible car. I am NOT looking at a profit as it will never happen, but I know this car is priced for selling and whoever gets this car will get a great car and a wise investment courtesy of my efforts. Thanks and good luck on your bidding.