This 1967 Series 1 Jaguar E-Type roadster has just finished a comprehensive restoration by E-Type experts at Classic Showcase, paying very special attention to all the little details that it's next owner is sure to appreciate. This numbers-matching 1967 Series 1 Jaguar XKE roadster is believed to have only 36,210 original miles. The car was one of these last Series 1s produced, leaving the Browns Lane factory on March 20, 1967. Hanley Kleeman of Indianapolis, Indiana purchased the car new on November 21, 1967 and the Kleeman family owned it for the next 47 years, having the car repainted in the original color in the 1980’s and used the car sparingly the entire time. In 2013, the car was purchased from the Kleeman family and prepared to go back on the road with $10,000 being spent in that process. In April of 2014, the car returned to use, then with a total of just more than 35,000 miles. The original owner’s manual set with the car’s original warranty endorsed to Hanley Kleeman, service vouchers, operating, maintenance and service handbook, etc. has stayed with the car through its 47 years. Today, this beautiful E-type has benefitted from a comprehensive, no expense spared, documented restoration by Jaguar professionals at Classic Showcase. During the restoration process, the car was stripped to metal, painted, wet sand and buffed, a new interior was installed with a new soft top (with the bows restored), the engine and suspension were rebuilt, all the systems were gone through, and it was fitted with new wheels and tires. Under the hood, the XKE offers great performance including a 6 cylinder engine with triple SU carburetors, 4 speed transmission. A pictorial DVD of the restoration services performed by Classic Showcase along with a Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate verifying authenticity accompany the car. With less than 100 test miles since its completion, this highly collectible E-type is ready for the upcoming 2016 show circuit, or may simply be driven and enjoyed on your favorite road or highway.