1964 Jaguar E-Type White

1964 Jaguar E-Type White

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ALL PAPER WORK AVAILABLE Vin 880964, original numbers on engine and body, certificate of Authenticity 5 year ceramic pro, kenwood bluetooth KDC-mp3375 BT hands free with remote, blaupunkt speakers installed in rear bulkhead panel Following new installed items: speedometer and cables, seat belts, blower motor, 4 wire wheels and tires, battery, power steering, air conditioning, petronix ignition distributor, front and rear brake calipers, pads, rotors, master cylinders, windhshield washer pump and motor, handbrake calipers, generator, convertible top, ignition switch, fuel hoses, alloy radiator with header tank reservoir tank and sensors, engine valve covers,gaskets, camshaft sprockets, antenna, carb overhaul HD8 SU, spark plugs, starter, trans cover, choke. This 1964 Jaguar XKE Series I roadster was originally distributed through Jaguar Cars of New York. Refurbishment commissioned by the previous owner and completed by the selling upon their acquisition of the car in 2020.  The vast amount of work by current owner was performed by Imports Unlimited in Highland Park Illinois that specializes in refurbishing vintage Jaguars.  The body has been refinished in Cream with a new black soft top over replacement black leather upholstery. Power comes from a rebuilt 3.8-liter inline-six paired with a four-speed manual transmission, and equipment includes new 15″ wire wheels, new four-wheel disc brakes, pads, routers and cylinders, split chrome bumpers, a vented bonnet with welded louvers, triple windshield wipers, carpeted floor mats, textured leather interior trim, and a height-adjustable rearview mirror. This XKE is now offered Florida with a Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate, complete service records since 2020, a spare wheel, a tool kit, and Florida registration document in the sellers name. The body was finished in Cream, and the refurbishment is said to have included stripping the body and frame, performing metal repairs, and repainting the body and frame. The car is equipped with split chrome bumpers and bright trim as well as glass headlight covers, triple windshield wipers, a new dual central exhaust outlets, new black soft top with a matching boot cover, and a vented bonnet with welded louvers.  A spare wheel and tire are stored in the trunk along with a tool kit. Stopping power comes from four-wheel disc brakes. The cabin was trimmed in black leather.  The equipment includes carpeted floor mats, a chrome parking-brake handle, a padded dashboard, and a height-adjustable rearview mirror. The steering wheel features an aluminum structure with a wood rim and frames a 160-mph new speedometer, a tachometer, and an analog clock, while centrally-mounted instrumentation includes gauges for coolant temperature, oil pressure, amperage, and fuel level. The five-digit mechanical odometer shows 39k miles, approximately 1500 of which were added by the seller. Significant refurbishment under the hood including new battery, generator, ignition, starter, valve covers, Carb overhaul, spark plugs, distributor, alloy radiator, header and reservoir tank.  Air conditioning and power steering were added to provide weekend comfort.  As noted on the Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate all chassis, engine and body numbers match. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission. Additional underside images can be viewed in the gallery. All service records will be provided.


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