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Old 11-05-2012, 01:56 PM
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I am thinking about selling my 1967 jaguar e-type 4.2 , all number matching, let me know if anyone has an interest.
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Old 11-06-2012, 08:42 AM
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Out of curiosity - what are you asking for it?
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Old 11-06-2012, 10:47 AM
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Out of curiosity - what are you asking for it?
$75k

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Old 11-06-2012, 02:34 PM
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Awesome - good luck! I have debated selling mine, picking up a comparable S2 FHC and using the leftover as a down payment on a 308 / 328. Posted same comment in the British section - but haven't seen enough S1 FHCs on the market to know what it's really worth.
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Seems pretty pricey for a coupe. It must be the nicest one on the planet.
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Old 11-06-2012, 08:38 PM
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Seems pretty pricey for a coupe. It must be the nicest one on the planet.
Really ?? Then where would you price it because when I was shopping for a good one they were all north of $70k for a series 1
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Old 11-07-2012, 09:24 AM
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Really ?? Then where would you price it because when I was shopping for a good one they were all north of $70k for a series 1
I hope you get it. I think mine's probably worth $50-60K, your car looks to be in better shape.
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Old 11-07-2012, 03:21 PM
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I have a customer with some interest, however the price is stout. Nevertheless... Please PM me with contact info & I will forward it to him.

Edit: I put him onto you through your website. He is an exceptional car guy, and very French. If he calls you will know him.

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Seems pretty pricey for a coupe. It must be the nicest one on the planet.
The top of the market for Series 1 FHC is hard to peg. Hagerty's guide says $93K, but one fresh out of Classic Showcase restoration shop sold for $123K at auction last winter.

This one looks to be the top of the market if they get anything close to the asking price: http://www.fantasyjunction.com/cars/...e%206-Cylinder
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One of the best looking car bodies of all time. I was able to experience a 12 cyl version as a passenger many times years ago. Great car.
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This one looks to be the top of the market if they get anything close to the asking price: http://www.fantasyjunction.com/cars/...e%206-Cylinder
That car is stunning.
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The top of the market for Series 1 FHC is hard to peg. Hagerty's guide says $93K, but one fresh out of Classic Showcase restoration shop sold for $123K at auction last winter.

This one looks to be the top of the market if they get anything close to the asking price: http://www.fantasyjunction.com/cars/...e%206-Cylinder
The number of buyers at that price point is somewhere between zero and one. The early 3.8 cars are the most desirable but the "market" has everything to do with price. In the area where I'm located it would be difficult to get half that price. Fantasy Junction has "fantasy" in the name for a reason.
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.......Fantasy Junction has "fantasy" in the name for a reason.
Fantasy Junction lives off of the bay area IPO cycle and the San Francisco banker year-end bonus time. When I've doubted their sanity, I'm the one who ends up looking foolish. I've often considered consigning my cars with them.

That said, my '62 FHC is a stunner with a pile of trophies and I'm guessing its true value is ~$60-65K from the right buyer.

Hard to peg.
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Fantasy Junction lives off of the bay area IPO cycle and the San Francisco banker year-end bonus time. When I've doubted their sanity, I'm the one who ends up looking foolish. I've often considered consigning my cars with them.

That said, my '62 FHC is a stunner with a pile of trophies and I'm guessing its true value is ~$60-65K from the right buyer.

Hard to peg.
If your car is a stunner with trophies it's worth more than $60-$65 , I've been involved in a few sales now not as clean as mine for more than the number above
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I just sold my 67 xke coupe - i owned the car for almost 20 years- had it repainted orig color by high end guy, 32k orig miles perfect leather, no accidents , no rust, gear reduction starter, tool rool, manuals, new tires, new clutch, you name it and it was done..it was perfect. It was a series 1 with the slightly open headlights- 1 of approx 200 made(some call series 1.5), had 3 carbs alum valve covers toggle switches, tons of receipts- u name it...... i netted 36 grand for it and had it for sale since July. The guy got a great buy but there are many of these cars for sale- they made about 10k of em. I still think they are a heck of a deal..but you are way high 50 - 60k...good luck
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Old 11-21-2012, 09:02 AM
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I just sold my 67 xke coupe - i owned the car for almost 20 years- had it repainted orig color by high end guy, 32k orig miles perfect leather, no accidents , no rust, gear reduction starter, tool rool, manuals, new tires, new clutch, you name it and it was done..it was perfect. It was a series 1 with the slightly open headlights- 1 of approx 200 made(some call series 1.5), had 3 carbs alum valve covers toggle switches, tons of receipts- u name it...... i netted 36 grand for it and had it for sale since July. The guy got a great buy but there are many of these cars for sale- they made about 10k of em. I still think they are a heck of a deal..but you are way high 50 - 60k...good luck
While I think $36K is low, the so-called "series 1.5" isn't going to command the same premium as a true S1. The Coupes are definitely a bargain though.

My car is far from perfect, but a true S1 with 36,000 miles, all numbers matching. My car was worked on by a respected Jag mechanic who told me in the current shape, the car is worth $45K. I was offered $50K on 2 occasions.

I'd say a solid driver $40-$45K is fair.
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Old 11-21-2012, 10:08 AM
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I just sold my 67 xke coupe - i owned the car for almost 20 years- had it repainted orig color by high end guy, 32k orig miles perfect leather, no accidents , no rust, gear reduction starter, tool rool, manuals, new tires, new clutch, you name it and it was done..it was perfect. It was a series 1 with the slightly open headlights- 1 of approx 200 made(some call series 1.5), had 3 carbs alum valve covers toggle switches, tons of receipts- u name it...... i netted 36 grand for it and had it for sale since July. The guy got a great buy but there are many of these cars for sale- they made about 10k of em. I still think they are a heck of a deal..but you are way high 50 - 60k...good luck
Sold that car to cheap !!
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i have a convertible xke that i am focusing on...2 dinos , a merak & the 64 xke.... thinning the herd!!
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