How much is a 1961 Jaguar E-Type worth?

How much is a 1961 Jaguar E-Type worth?


Vehicle: 1961 Jaguar E-Type Series I
Number Produced: 6,886 Series I 3.8-liter LHD roadsters (15,498 Series I 3.8-liters total)
Original List Price: $5,670 (as tested by Car and Driver in 1961)
SCM Valuation: $215,000
Tune Up Cost: $250–$500

Are E-Type Jaguar a good investment?

Given that the values of collector cars, and of Jaguar E-Types in particular, has been quite volatile, it is really rather risky to invest a lot of money into a rare “flat-floor” Series 1 E-Type expecting it to increase in value.

Are E types rare?

Due to production pressures, the first handful of E-Types produced were produced with external bonnet latches and a ‘flat floor’, so when you see these terms on a car for sale, you’re looking at something extremely rare and valuable.

What engine did the Jaguar E type have?

3.8 L XK I6
4.2-litre cars also have a badge on the boot proclaiming “Jaguar 4.2 Litre E-Type” (3.8 cars have a simple “Jaguar” badge)….Series 1 (1961–68)

Series 1
Engine 3.8 L XK I6 4.2 L XK I6
Transmission 4-speed manual; 3-speed automatic (automatic available 1966-onward, 2+2 model only)

How much is a 1964 Jaguar E-Type worth?

Thanks to the condition, this E-Type is expected to claim just $55,000 at the high-end. Check out this Jag and many, many other classic cars at H&H’s Imperial War Museum sale next week.

How fast is the Jaguar E-Type?

The maximum speed was 153 mph (246 km/h), the 0–60 mph (0–97 km/h) time was 7.6 seconds and the 1⁄4 mile (402 m) from a standing start took 15.1 seconds. They summarised it as “In its 4.2 guise the E-Type is a fast car (the fastest we have ever tested) and offers just about the easiest way to travel quickly by road.”.

How many E-Type Jaguars were made?

There was a total of 18,808 cars produced.

  • October 10, 2022