E-Type Series 1 3.8 FHC

£179,995.00

Special Features

External

  • Opalescent Dark Blue (Original Colour)
  • MWS Chrome wire wheels with Dunlop Sport 185 Tyres

Internal

  • Grey Leather (Original Trim Colour)
  • Period Radiomobile Radio
  • Original wooden steering wheel
  • Original Jack, Tool Roll with period first aid kit

 

  • 1962
  • Petrol
  • HPI Clear
  • 3.8l flat six
  • 4-Speed Manual
  • Right Hand Drive
  • 82,000 Miles / 131,938 Km

Description

Chassis 860294 was built on the 15th March 1962, Finished in the desirable and stunning Opalescent Dark Blue with contrasting Grey interior.

A matching number UK RHD car as confirmed by its Jaguar Heritage Certificate and supported by the most complete and comprehensive provenance, which includes its original logbook, service and maintenance booklets and MOTS dating back from 1971.

This uniquely original car has been owned by 16 Jaguar E-type enthusiasts, each keeper not only listed but recording the enjoyable miles they each covered in 123 OHY. Its custodians include a past Chairman of the Jaguar Drivers Club and presently the Administrator for the E-type forum, who is respected as amongst the most knowledgeable historians when it comes to ‘Factory Fit’ E-types.

123OHY underwent a thorough restoration in 2012. There is a full photographic record of the restoration and the restoration file details the selected specialists that were entrusted.

Since 2012 and with the present owner’s significant knowledge and capability, the car has been painstakingly improved and is today one of the most correct ‘Factory Fit’ series 1 examples in existence.

This fabulous car represents a rare opportunity for anyone wanting to own a blue-chip E-type.

Events, adventures and celebrations are underway to mark the 60th anniversary for the most beautiful car ever penned. 2021 and this wonderful series 1 E-type is ready to take you in style to many of the wonderful events that this car would be welcomed to.

The stuff of dreams.

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