JAGUAR - 1962
E-Type Series 1 to FIA Semi Lightweight Specification
Baujahr: 1962  |  Leistung: 0 PS  |  Hubraum: 0.0 Liter

1962 Jaguar E-Type to FIA Semi-Lightweight Specification

United Kingdom Cotswolds
Preis auf Anfrage
1962 Series 1 E-Type Roadster
restored to FIA Semi-Light Specs
ace preparation at Valley Motorspor
FIA papers
Jaguar Heritage Certificate
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William Ianson

8888 Cotswolds
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Allgemeine Beschreibung & Historie des Models

A 1962 Series 1 E-Type Roadster restored to FIA Semi-Lightweight Specification.

Benefitting from race preparation at racing Jaguar E-Type experts Valley Motorsport in the current ownership and
fitted with a wide angle head, iron block engine by Denis Welch Motorsport.

Accompanied by an extensive history file with FIA papers, Jaguar Heritage Certificate and UK V5 road registration
document.

Successfully race proven to be a competitive car, this is an ideal entry to the wide array of prestigious race series and
tour events.

The Jaguar E-Type is one of the great icons of the 1960s. That distinctive silhouette, penned by aircraft designer Malcolm Sayer captivated its audience when first unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March of 1961. It then won the hearts of any who drove one, for the E-Type was a complete sports car for the road. Smooth and timeless lines, a rival to the best Italians on performance, and an everyday practicality which makes its use so accessible. Soon after its announcement in March 1961, Jaguar E-Types began appearing on racing circuits. The first win was scored in the very capable hands of Graham Hill as early as April 1961. These initial racers were very much showroom models, complete with soft top and cigarette lighters, but soon the quest for performance led them to evolve. More and more E-Types began racing with their private entrants and achieved notable success. One such privateer was Dick Protheroe, whose famous “CUT 7” fixed head coupé was given works support and received components such as a D-Type cylinder head and cams, triple 45 DCOE Weber Carburettors, close ratio gearbox and wide competition wire wheels. “CUT 7” performed strongly against competition from Aston Martin and Ferrari models, and actually won the over 3,000cc class in the Autosport Championship for Production Sports Cars

Fahrzeugdaten & technische Details
Marke
JAGUAR
Modell
E-Type
Modellbezeichnung
E-Type Series 1 to FIA Semi Lightweight Specification
Baujahr
1962
Karosserieform
Roadster
Anzahl Türen auswählen
2
Lenkung
Rechts
Vorderbremse
Scheibe
Hinterbremse
Scheibe
Motor & Antrieb
Hubraum
0.0 Liter
Leistung
0 PS
Anzahl Zylinder
6
Kraftstoff
Benzin
Getriebe
Manuell
Gänge
0
Zustand & Ausstattung
Fahrzeugzustand
Ausgezeichnet
Anzahl Vorbesitzer
k.A.
Matching Numbers
k.A.
H-Kennzeichen
k.A.
Mille Miglia
k.A.
FIVA
k.A.
FIA
Ja
Gutachten
k.A.
Kilometerstand
k.A.
Außenfarbe
Rot
Antrieb
Heck
Innenfarbe
Schwarz
Auszeichnungen & Preise

Fahrzeugspezifika

Attractive 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 to FIA Semi Lightweight Specification.

877607 is a 1962 Series 1 E-Type Roadster which has been restored to FIA Semi-Lightweight Specification.

Benefitting from race preparation at racing Jaguar E-Type experts Valley Motorsport in the current ownership and fitted with a wide angle head, iron block engine by Denis Welch Motorsport.

Accompanied by an extensive history file with FIA papers, Jaguar Heritage Certificate and UK V5 road registration document.

Successfully race proven to be a competitive car, this is an ideal entry to the wide array of prestigious race series and tour events.