1966 Jaguar-XKE Series 1 4.2 FHC

Stock: J66-015
Current condition: SHOW-DRIVER
Performance: 265 hp, 4.2, 3 SU carburetors
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Suspension: Independent (front and rear)
Color exterior: Carmen Red
Color interior: Black
Features: Blaupunkt AM-FM Radio
Mileage: 61,237 showing
Wheels: Chrome Wire Wheels
Brakes: Front and Rear Disc brakes
Vin #: 1E33015
Engine #: 7E9182-9
Other 1: Body Number: 4E24379

Classic Showcase is proud to present the newest addition to our inventory – this striking Carmen Red over Black 1966 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Fixed Coupe. The XKE was previously restored by Jaguar professionals and is now available for discerning collectors and Jaguar enthusiasts alike. The Coupe was held in long term collector ownership from 1978 to 2014, and it's current caretaker has lovingly cared for the car since, recently commissioning our team to perform a comprehensive service to the Coupe and stands in great running and driving condition today. The sleek Black restored interior sports classic Series 1 cockpit features including an aluminum center console, toggle switches, and other period items that perfectly complement the exterior’s elegant, classic lines. Whether you seek to compete in Jaguar-themed Concours events or simply want to savor your favorite scenic drives along the coast or in the foothills, this E-Type is sure to deliver on all fronts! Its head-turning presence and timeless design make it the perfect choice for both new and seasoned Jaguar XKE collectors alike. Don't miss the opportunity to own a stunning piece of Jaguar automotive history that looks and drives great. Elevate your driving experience to a level that only a Jaguar E-Type can deliver! Highlights of the XKE include:

• Fully rebuilt numbers matching engine and transmission
• Repainted in same finish of Carmen Red as it came out of the factory.
• Wilwood front brake system
• Smaller-diameter wood-rimmed Steering wheel
• Rebuilt rear-end fitted with 3.07:1 gears


The 1967 Series 1 Jaguar E-Type represents a pinnacle in the evolution of this iconic British sports car. By this point, the E-Type had already firmly established itself as a symbol of automotive excellence, and the '67 model year continued to build on that legacy. Under the elongated bonnet, the Series 1 E-Type housed a refined 4.2-liter inline-six engine, delivering 265 horsepower, providing an exhilarating driving experience with a top speed of approximately 150 mph. One notable improvement for the '67 model year was the introduction of a fully synchronized gearbox, enhancing the car's usability and overall performance. The Series 1 E-Type's timeless design remained virtually untouched, featuring its signature sleek and aerodynamic lines, oval grille, and iconic triple-lens headlights. Inside the cabin, the 1967 E-Type offered a luxurious yet sporty interior, adorned with leather seats and refined wood accents. With its exquisite balance of power, handling, and elegance, the 1967 Series 1 Jaguar E-Type solidified its status as a classic of the highest order, cherished by enthusiasts and collectors alike for its timeless beauty and exceptional driving experience.