Here is an exceptionally original and highly favored 3.8L 1963 OTS, that has been sitting in storage for decades waiting to be revived and restored. Completed the 30th of July 1963 and dispatched shortly after on August 12th, destined for the States through Jaguar Cars, New York; This Jag was purchased new by J.H. Golden of Pineville, Kentucky. As a mid-1963 production it is one of the early leather console cars that came after the metal dash examples. According to the Jaguar Heritage Trust, the car was born Opalescent Dark Green over Suede Green leather with French Grey top, all of which it still wears today in remarkably original condition. The Roadster remains complete with factory upholstery adorning the cabin and spear seats, correct Motorola radio, auxiliaries and trim. Equipped with its numbers-matching powerplant this example makes for an exciting find of the ever desirable and appreciating early XKE. It is the ideal candidate for a quality restoration in its attractive original color combination.
North Eastham, Massachusetts, United States