Evaluation: Older paint with a scrape on the right front fender, a few more on the tail, and chips around the filler cap. Dry weather stripping. Track scratches in the side windows. Worn steering wheel and original dash with tired switchgear. Newer seats. Older restored underneath. Blister in the driver’s door handle. Restored at some point many years ago with a replacement engine, then driven quite a bit since and showing its age. Even so, it needs nothing major for someone who wants a Series I 4.2 to drive and enjoy.
Bottom Line: 18 miles have been added to this XKE’s odometer since it was sold at Bonhams Scottsdale auction a year ago for $61,600. This is a healthy turnaround from a year ago, something of an outlier in recent value trends, and is expensive for its (beautiful) coupe body and well-used condition.