1967 Jaguar XKE in Miami, Florida


This fully restored 1967 Jaguar E-Type coupe series 1.5 is powered by a 4.2L inline six-cylinder engine that is backed by a four-speed manual transmission, sending power to the rear wheels. The car was carefully repainted in Old English White, and the interior was trimmed with light blue and gray leather upholstery. This series 1.5 example features enclosed headlights and brake lights that sit above the rear bumper. The car is also equipped with dual side mirrors, triple SU carburetors, and dash toggle switches. The five-digit odometer shows 65,355 miles, but it is not known if this is the actual mileage; therefore, the total mileage is unknown. The current steward is thought to be only the 3rd or 4th owner, and the car is part of a large collection being sold in Miami, Florida. 
This well-kept and diligently restored E-Type was photographed and inspected to document its condition. The car was revealed to be in good condition inside and out, with only minor chips on the front hood. The inspection reports the wipers are not operational as well. The interior is in fine condition, with no splits in the dash and pristine upholstery. The undercarriage is in great condition and shows the quality of the restoration. The engine can be seen running in a video attached to the report. A tool kit and one set of keys are included in the sale. 
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About the model
The original run of the Jaguar E-Type, known as the Series 1, is one of the most desirable E-Types and noted for its evolution throughout its production run. Early cars (1) featured a 3.8L engine and partial synchromesh transmission, while later models featured a 4.2L engine as well as a full synchromesh transmission. These later models are noted for having a greater driveability while still maintaining the signature style of the Series 1. As Series 1 cars approached the end of their run, certain changes featured in the future Series 2 began to be implemented, resulting in an unofficial "Series 1.5" moniker. These cars featured many of the changes necessitated by the U.S. market. Most of these changes are subtle changes to the running gear and chassis, the most notable being a de-tuning of the engine. The largest visual difference between Series 1 and "Series 1.5" is the removal of the headlamp covers.
Features and Specs

VIN: 1E34068
65,355 miles (Total mileage unknown)
4.2L I6 engine
4-speed manual transmission
Triple SU carburetors
U.S. specifications
Old English White
Enclosed headlights
Tail lights above the bumpers
Dual side mirrors
Dash toggle switches

Known Modifications


Service History

2017- Total restoration completed

Ownership History

Purchased in 2005 by the 2nd or 3rd possible owner, kept in Nebraska
This owner had the restoration performed
Current owner purchased the car in approximately 2019

Known issues

Wipers not operational

Due Diligence

Third-party inspection
Third-party photos
The past owner notes the car scored 9.991/10 by Jaguar Club North America June 2018

Included in the sale

Tool kit
1 set of keys

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