We have a very original 1967 Jaguar XKE E-Type Roadster for sale. It sits in original paint so there would be no surprises should the next owner decide to make a $100,000 show car out of this beautifully designed XKE. But it is certainly presentable as-is and it was driven reliably and enjoyed up until the fall of 2007 when it was put away for the winter.
The interior is also original and is very comfortable and authentic-looking. The top is in good shape and you can see detailed photos of every part of this classic XKE in the photo gallery via the link below.
Since sitting over the winter the carburetors have begun to leak. It could be as simple as a stuck float but we have come down from just over $50k to our current price of $45,000. That should be enough to rebuild the carburetors and pay for shipping to anywhere in the World. As you can see by the Nada guide this is well below low retail value. Don't let the low price fool you. This is an impressive, original, low mileage car. It just needs a new home.
After viewing the photos, feel free to call John Snell anytime for more information at - SOLD. Thank you for your interest in this fine 1967 Jaguar XKE!
Here is a quick read from Harold Pace / autoMedia.com:
It's hard to imagine a car today having the kind of impact on modern culture that the XKE had in the early 1960s. It was a wild and free time—mini skirts, French bikinis, Andy Warhol and the Beatles were just some of the symbols of an era when creativity, not productivity, were in the forefront of the news. The automotive industry was lagging behind the times: the 1961 Corvette, the Porsche 356 and the various MGs and Triumphs were hold-overs from the 1950s. Then, suddenly, there was the XKE!
Jaguar sprang this tour de force on the public at the 1961 Geneva Auto Show, where it absolutely stole the show. The XKE borrowed stylistically and mechanically from the famous Le Mans-winning D-Type Jaguars, but to keep costs down many of its components were pulled from the Jag production parts bin. The body, though, was like nothing anyone had ever seen. Smooth and balanced, the Jaguar E-Type (known in the U.S. as the XKE) swept back from covered headlights to a long hood, ending with a gently rounded tail. There were two models, a coupe that was perhaps more stylish and a sporty roadster.
|1967 Jaguar XKE Photo Gallery|