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1967 Jaguar E-Type 4.2, Opalescent Maroon with 13,273 Miles available now!

Make: Jaguar
Model: E-Type 4.2
Type: Coupe
Trim: --
Year: 1967
Mileage: 13273
VIN: 1E33454
Color: Opalescent Maroon
Engine: 4.2L I6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: San Diego, California, United States

1967 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 -- Additional Info:

1967 Jaguar E-Type FHC Year 1967 Make Jaguar Model E-Type Type FHC (Fixed Head Coupé Chassis No 1E33545 Engine No 7E10182-9 Body No 4E24923 Gearbox No EJ10818 Exterior Paint Opalescent Maroon Interior Trim Black Connolly Leather Completed March 1967 Delivered April 18th, 1967 Mileage 13,274 Miles Options -High Compression Engine -Seat Belts, Left & Right -Multi-Band AM/FM Becker Grand Prix Signal Seeking Radio Amplifier, Speakers and Right-Side Body Mounted Antenna This magnificent unrestored Series I E-Type Fixed Head Coupe was... delivered new in the Spring of 1967 to the authorized Jaguar agent, P.J. Kaufman Company, Incorporated of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was a standard North American Market production example but was fitted with the optional and very desirable high compression (9.0:1) cylinder head. This Jaguar was sold and delivered to the first owner, Mr. Bruce Boswell and registered new to his company, Boswell Associates, Architects of 831 West Moreland Boulevard, Waukesha, Wisconsin. The delivery and "In-Warranty" date was recorded as April 18th, 1967. Mr. Boswell was a prominent local architect with his office located in the upscale north east section of downtown Waukesha, not far from the Fox River and just a short drive to P.J. Kaufman, his local Jaguar dealer. Boswell was a graduate of the University of Illinois and after graduation went to work for the architectural firm of Grassold & Johnson, he left the firm after just three years to start his own company, Boswell Associates, Architects and he quickly earned a reputation for excellent work and his on-budget and under-time contracts jobs. He had several prominent projects with the city of Waukesha including the remodel of the County Courthouse and several prominent private business as well. In early 1967 as a present to himself, he ordered up this particular Jaguar and it would remain with him the rest of his life. During Mr. Boswell's ownership, his treasured jaguar would be driven only occasionally during the Summer months. Mr. Boswell took only one notable long-distance journey in the car in 1970 when he drove from Wisconsin for a holiday to visit Laredo, Texas. Boswell even took the Jaguar with him over the border when he visited Nuevo Laredo, Mexico as evidenced by a Mexican tourist visa sticker still affixed to the right rear window of the car.