It happens to the best of us. We start a project vehicle with the best of intentions only to have life get in the way and the car sit around unfinished wasting away. That seems to be the case with this amazing 1967 Jaguar XKE Series I 2+2 that appears to have been disassembled at some point and forgotten about. If this sounds like the kind of project you're up for, then Frazier Motorcar Company has just what you need.
Unlike some barn find projects, though, this Series I XKE 2+2 is a complete car with plenty of new parts and original hard-to-find parts like the windshield wiper arms and door and body glass. The hardest part about buying someone else's failed project is that there's usually no telling where certain parts came from, but that doesn't appear to be the case with this Jaguar. Looking at the pictures, it would appear that the car's disassembly was performed in an organized fashion, which means reassembly should be pretty easy for the next owner.
The Jaguar XKE is one of the best-looking classic cars ever made with a long nose, wide rear fenders and a fastback-style rear roofline. Although this car body needs some attention, you can still see some of the original Opalescent Blue paint in the door openings. According to the listing, this car is numbers-matching, and the drivetrain consists of a 4.2-liter inline-six backed by a three-speed automatic transmission.
There's no hiding the fact that this XKE project will require a lot of work, but doing so should result in an impressive return on investment as these cars in top shape can fetch six-figure prices. Frazier Motorcar Company has the 1967 Jaguar XKE Series I 2+2 listed for $19,800, so contact them today for unique opportunity to own a vintage Jaguar at a bargain of a price.
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