1971 Jaguar

E-Type 4.2 Liter series 2 Roadster

Sable Brown with Tan leather interior, Tan carpeting and Black convertible top, 4.2 Liter, 4-speed manual, 13,000 miles, Factory hard top, 3-owners from new, 1971-1976-2011 to present.
Recently this E-type received the following service at an enormous expense to bring it to its current exceptional standard.Removed engine assembly, head gasket replaced, Machined head surface, all oil seals replaced, Strip repaint oil pan, performed valve job, valve adjustment. Full service tune with replacement of all filters, fluids and accessory belts.Received new motor and gearbox mounts.The engine compartment has been sympathetically detailed where needed, but without detracting from the cars originality and authenticity.Replaced clutch assembly/machined flywheel, replaced clutch master cylinder.Converted to triple SU carb set up, R&R intake manifolds as needed/set up linkages/mixture/sync/etc. and supplied stainless steel exhaust system headers to rear. Replaced coolant hoses & thermostat, Aluminum radiator and auxiliary cooling fan supplied and installed, Coolant tank refinished. Electronic ignition conversion. Rebuilt alternator, Replaced battery, Supplied battery tender, Repaired-renewed various connections at fuse panel. Replaced fuel pump/filter/fuel tank cleaned and coated, cleaned all fuel lines. Rebuilt brake system, rebuild front & rear calipers, new brake lines and new rotors. Rear subframe removed and refinished. Rebuilt front end suspension (ball joints/bushings/etc.). Resealed and repainted gearbox and differentials. Repaired windshield washer system, cleaned/flushed/uncloged entire system and adjust jets. Repaired horns as needed. Supplied new tires (including spare) and performed a 4-wheel alignment. The exterior has been completely wetsanded and detailed to bring all original paint to life. The interior seats were removed, all padding renewed while leaving original leather, headrests were also repadded. The speedometer was sent out to be calibrated.

This E-type is best described as a survivor and would be a welcomed addition to any preservation class concours. It comes with British Motor Heritage Certificate to confirm its matching numbers, original bill of sale as well as all records, books, tools and factory jack.

Best of all, it runs as well as it looks!

Price: $137,500