1965 Jaguar XKE Series I 4.2 convertible

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Mike Maez, courtesy of Gooding & Company

From its electrifying March 1961 Geneva launch, Jaguar’s E-type redefined the term “sports car” at one stroke. Careful development brought improved comfort, and during 1964, the DOHC “XK” engine was enlarged to 4.2 liters and matched to a full-synchromesh gearbox for heightened drivability. Iconic styling cues including beautifully covered headlamps were retained, making these late-Series I E-types enduring objects of desire today.

This outstanding four-owner, late-Series I roadster is an original left-hand-drive Personal Export Delivery example sold new to a Read More

Jack Tockston

SCM Senior Auction Analyst

Jack started writing a column about cars called “Riding the Rods” for a monthly youth center newsletter at age 15. At 16, he modified his 1951 Ford Country Club coupe into a trophy-winning mild custom for shows and drag racing. After graduate school, he pursued road racing in a Formula Vee, earning an SCCA National Competition License in 1967. A Lotus 61MX and a Lola 328-based C sports racer followed. Street machines have included two E-type Jags and five Corvettes. Tockston is a retired Air Force officer who has held managerial positions at Fiat, Ford and Mercedes-Benz dealerships. His wife, Judi, has endured his encyclopedic car commentary for 49 years.

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