Jaguar E-Type Toolkit

The Jaguar E-Type is one of the best-known sports cars in the world and is celebrated time and again for its iconic design. The first copies rolled off the assembly line in 1961 after the car caused a sensation at the Geneva Motor Show. Today, only a few collectors still have an E-Type as first owners. Of course, there are often no extras that belonged to the respective cars ex works still with them now. A good example pf this is the toolkit, which usually travels with the car in the trunk, but some owners also like to remove it from the car and leave it in the garage, where it might still be in the case of a possible resale. Original toolkits of the E-Type Series 1 and 2 in complete condition now bring up to 5,000 € on parts markets and are of course sought-after spare parts.

Offered first time since 50 years

From now on the search has just as much an end as the high prices. For the first time in around 50 years, Jaguar Classic has decided to offer the toolkit ex works again. For this purpose, a replica is produced which contains all 21 different tools in today’s quality. In detail it includes the following parts:

  • adjustable open-end wrench
  • tire valve key
  • tire pressure gauge
  • pliers
  • precision screwdriver
  • screwdriver with different blades
  • feeler gauge
  • wrench ¾ x 7/8 AF
  • wrenchl 9/16 x 5/8 AF
  • wrench ½ x 7/16 AF
  • wrench 11/32 x 3/8 AF
  • socket wrench 7/16 x ½
  • socket wrench 9/16 x 5/8
  • socket wrench ¾ x 7/8
  • spark plug gauge
  • lever for socket wrench (once short, once long)
  • camshaft blocking tool
  • grease gun
  • brake adjustment wrench
  • brake kit

Jaguar Classic offers this set of tools in a matching leather bag through their parts shop on the website at a price of £ 732 (around 850 € or US$ 1,000). This web portal also offers owners of classic Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles more than 50,000 different original spare parts for their cars as well as accessoires such as retro-look navigation systems. Jaguar Classic is also now offering the reproduced toolkit to customers of the E-Type Reborn programme, which transforms run-down wrecks into shiny E-Types in the company’s own classics department.

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