Which E-Type Would You Rather Have? Lucky Collector Car Auction Has A Coupe & A Roadster Selling Next Weekend
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The Jaguar E-Type, affectionately known as the XKE, has solidified its place as one of the most iconic and revered sports cars in automotive history. Which of these would you rather have?
1968 Jaguar E-Type Series 1.5 2+2
Originating from an Oregon estate and cherished for over 25 years, represents a remarkable example of this legendary model. With exceptional quality, remarkable road manners, and a blue-chip investment potential, this E-Type captures the essence of automotive excellence.
Powering this 1968 E-Type is a 4.2-liter six-cylinder engine, representing the high-horsepower variant of the Series 1.5 models. With nearly 100 more horsepower than the later Series 2 models, this E-Type delivers a thrilling and engaging driving experience. The combination of refined power, agile handling, and remarkable road manners solidify the E-Type’s reputation as one of the greatest sports cars of all time.
Having been owned and cherished for over 25 years, this 1968 Jaguar E-Type Series 1.5 2+2 has been meticulously cared for and well-maintained. The exceptional quality and condition of the car speak volumes about the dedication and passion of its previous owner. The result is a well-preserved example that exudes authenticity and remains true to its original glory. See it here.
1970 Jaguar E-Type Roadster Series 2
The restoration of the dashboard in a 4.2L XK I6 with a 4-speed manual transmission is a testament to the dedication and attention to detail required to revive a classic car. From the repair and replacement of key components to the meticulous cleaning and reworking of various controls, every effort was made to ensure the dashboard's functionality and aesthetic appeal. The restoration process, along with the extensive recordkeeping, guarantees a faithful representation of the vehicle's original design and an enhanced driving experience for years to come.
Throughout the restoration process, extensive records and documentation were maintained. These records serve as a testament to the meticulous work performed on the dashboard. They not only provide a historical account of the restoration but also offer valuable information for future reference and maintenance. See it here.
Lucky’s Spring Classic 2023 will be held on Saturday, June 3rd and 4th from 9:00 AM until 6:00 PM at theLeMay Marymount Event Center (map) The Auction Starts 10:30am each day.
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