1969 Jaguar-XKE XKE Series II 4.2 FHC

Stock: J69-351
Current condition: DRIVER
Performance: 4.2 Liter I-6 , 2 Stromberg carburetors
Transmission: 4 speed synchronized
Color exterior: Primrose Yellow Exterior
Color interior: Black Interior
Features: Blaupunkt AM/FM/CD Receiver
Wheels: Wire wheels
Tires: Michelin 195-15X
Brakes: Disc

(SOLD) This numbers matching 1969 Jaguar XKE OTS is an original California car with the original bill of sale, owners manual, and papers. It was purchased on 5/1/69. The car comes with a log book for service. This numbers matching 1969 Jaguar XKE FHC is an original, documented 31,050 mile car with its original bill of sale, owners manual, and papers. The E-Type, originally purchased May 1, 1969, has tremendous patina and quality that makes it very collectable to own, drive, and show. The previous owner was very proud of the Jaguar marque as indicated by the sticker on the quarter glass. The car comes with a log book for service. The original factory warranty book and protectoplate from 1969 when the car was driven from the selling dealer's lot are also included. This is a spectacular car with 31,050 original miles. It's rare that we see such an original car with its original interior in excellent shape. This car has definitely been well cared for and serviced properly. The engine has 9:1 compression and is driving and running very strong. The coupe also features a front nerf bar, Lucas seal beams, Blaupunkt AM/FM/CD stereo and speakers, four speed wire wheels, optional rare rear window defrost, and a very original interior in great condition. This spectacular XKE FHC would appeal to not only the collector, but would be a great first time Jaguar for any interested buyer.


While the Series II E-type was more radically altered than its interim predecessor, the essential construction remained the same and the body work differed only in detail. Modifications were made to the front of the bonnet, increasing the size considerably, the headlamp scoops were altered so that the inner walls now splayed inwards and the side/flasher were rather larger and positioned below the raised bumper. The vehicle also received heavier front bumper blades, motif bar, front and rear overrides were changed, new square number plate at the rear, a different grille was used in the rear of the bonnet bulge, and the washer jets were finished in satin chrome to avoid the risk of dangerous reflections. Reclining seats were fitted to the Series II cars as well as head rests that were adjustable for height.