1962 Jaguar E-Type XKE

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Roadster Chassis Num 877361: It has a very nice interior. It is originally from Texas and Arizona, and is powered by a 265 horsepower engine. In 2012, it was brought at RM Auction with an estimated price from 115000 dollars to 125000 dollars, but unfortunately it was not sold.

Roadster Chassis Num 8755618, Engine Num R1878-9: It was brought at 2006 Worldwide Group Auction, but finally remained unsold. The estimated price was from 90000 dollars to 100000 dollars. It passed 40000 miles so far.

Roadster Chassis Num j62 876351, Engine Num: R 2973-9: The estimated price of this beautiful car was from 110000 dollars to 130000 dollars, and was sold at 143000 dollars which mean it passed the expectation of the experts. It is powered by a 265 horsepower engine. It passed less than 500 miles after the restoration. Unlike most of the 1962 Jaguar E-Type XKE cars, this car is featured in many books including Standard Guide to British Sports Car.

Roadster Chassis Num 876963, Engine Num: R4728-9: This car was sold at 68750 dollars in 2011. Amazingly, it passed only 50 miles after the restoration.

Coupe: This is a very special car because it is original. Only color of this car has been restored.

Roadster: It achieved full 100 points when it was judged by the Jaguar Club of North American Judging. In fact, it became the champion of Jaguar Club of North America two years in a row.

Roadster Chassis Num 877799: This car participated in the famous SCCA competition. It was restored by David Ferguson.

Coupe: This car was first produced in 1961, and was produced until 1974. It is a right-hand drive.

Specification: 1962 Jaguar E-Type XKE was produced from 1961 to 1968. Its price ranges from 5599 dollars – 5890 dollars. It weighs 2465 lbs or 1118.105 kg, and capable of accelerating up to 241.35 km/h.

Sales: Average sale value of 1962 Jaguar E-Type XKE is 70566 dollars, lowest is 15700 dollars, and the highest is 163505 dollars. We see very steady sales value from 2004 to 2012.

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