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Here we have a true barn find Jag XKE. Its a nice example with the glass headlight covers and the 4.2 ltr motor. We pulled it out of a very nice equipment barn where it had been parked since the mid 80s. Concrete floors and sealed doors kept it well protected from the elements. Taken off the road in 1986 for brake work, it had accumulated a nice thick coat of dust prior to us loading it onto a trailer to bring back to our shop. We took time to complete a wake-up process on the vehicle and now it starts right up. We replaced the fuel tank to make the car street driveable. The brake booster cylinder was stuck so we have bypassed it for braking purposes. The vehicle runs and drives around the neighborhood. I would replace or rebuild the booster unit before putting it on the road fulltime. The vehicle has had work done to the rockers at some point prior to 86 as they have been recovered. The vehicle was repainted at some point, probably when the rockers were done. The interior is complete and in reasonable shape for a 55 year old car. The vehicle comes with some spares that were passed along to us as well as a stainless steel brake line kit. Some of the lines were installed to get the brake system working.
And just one of those weird things... The radio and speakers work.
I'm sure there are tons of questions so feel free to ask. I can also post additional photos if there are any special requests.On Sep-14-21 at 15:53:47 PDT, seller added the following information:
PLEASE NOTE: If its not obvious from the pictures, this vehicle is an XKE Coupe (not the 2+2) and not Roadster as incorrectly listed in the Descriptive Listing Title. Regrettably eBay will not allow changes to that field. My apologies.
On Sep-15-21 at 07:00:29 PDT, seller added the following information:I am quite surprised that no one has asked me if this is a numbers matching car yet. The answer is that all numbers I have located show a numbers matching car. The only number on the Jaguar Heritage trust certificate I have not been able to confirm is the gearbox number. It is located in a particularly inconvenient location to confirm without removing panels and fishing a remote cam into the location. I can confirm this number if it is absolutely necessary. I would prefer not having to dig that far since it will increase the chance of damaging other parts of the vehicle. All other numbers are confirmed and I have pics of them I can send.On Sep-16-21 at 08:05:53 PDT, seller added the following information:I had a question regarding the block engine number vs the number stamped into the cyl head. Information about for sale on this page. See price and photos of the I have confirmed that the block number matches and is the same as listed on the JHT production record.On Sep-16-21 at 15:33:28 PDT, seller added the following information:Thanks to yet another eagle eyed Jaguar aficionado making note of the series 2 valve covers, I will make positively clear again. This is a numbers matching block and head. That means that the numbers stamped in the appropriate locations, in the correct font, and in the correct format, do, in fact, match the numbers on the heritage certificate and on the data plate on the car. The fact that series 2 valve covers are on the vehicle in no way indicates that the engine is not the original one. Just that sometime in the last 55 years, a previous owner thought he/she liked them better and swapped them out.