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  • The ultimate iteration of the seminal Mark II model, this 3.8-liter overdrive-equipped example was recently discovered in Minnesota, where it is believed to have lived for some time. While its earliest history is unknown, the MKII is quite attractive in black over red upholstery, and appears to have been very well cared for during its lifetime, exhibiting many original finishes throughout. Its matching-numbers original engine has been recently rebuilt, while the braking system was also rebuilt over the course of the past few months by a Jaguar certified technician. It should be noted that as the Jaguar has not seen regular operation in some years, a careful check of all mechanical systems is advisable before serious road use. The MKII is truly a Jaguar icon and style leader of the 1960’s, eclipsed only by the mighty E-Type in terms of stylistic recognition. Of all the MKI and MKII variants, it is the 3.8-liter, overdrive-equipped MKII cars such as this one that are at the top of the heap. Fine, largely unrestored examples such as this are rarely coming up for sale today, making this opportunity all the more special.

    • Year: 1963

    • Last update: 3 days old

    • Mileage: 872 mi

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  • Classic Showcase
    (760) 758-6100
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  • To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at Auction Americas Fort Lauderdale event, March 27-29, 2015. Estimate:$ 20,000 - $ 30,000 Jaguars lovely and athletic mid-sized saloon first appeared as a 1956 model, and it offered several landmark features. It was Jaguars first unitized-construction automobile, and it introduced a 2.4-litre version of the immortal XK series twin-camshaft engine, which had heretofore been limited to sports models like the XK 120, into a four-door, multi-passenger automobile. In ensuing years, ever-larger engines were installed, such as the 3.4-litre in 1957 and the 3.8-litre in 1959. The latter powerplant coincided with a revamping of the body and chassis, becoming known as the Mark II, with the earlier cars now being identified as Mark Is. The Mark II version also featured larger windows and additional chrome trim. They soon became very popular amongst business executives, celebrities, and the occasional constabulary, as they offered strong performance, excellent brakes and finely finished interiors. As such, they often appeared in film and television, and excellent examples remain much in demand today. This lovely example has been cosmetically restored and is presented in gunmetal gray metallic with red leather interior and red Wilton wool carpets. This Jaguar is reported to be equipped by its original 3.8-liter, 190 horsepower inline six-cylinder engine that is a DOHC configuration with twin SU sidedraft carburetors. Additional features include the Mark II being a left-hand drive layout with an automatic transmission, power steering, heater, chrome knock-off wire wheels fitted with wide whitewall tires, aftermarket air conditioning, modern Blaupunkt AM/FM radio with CD player, dual fender-mounted rearview mirrors, Smiths instrumentation, wood interior trim elements, front-mounted badge bar, MSD ignition and four-wheel disc brakes. This well-respected British saloon is accompanied by a Jaguar spare parts catalog binder, service manual binder, wheel knock-off mallet and car cover. This power-packed sleeper is sure to delight any enthusiast who desires crushing the self-esteem of more exalted saloon drivers. This comfortable, fast, and very usable Jaguar is capable of showing its heels to many modern saloons and sports cars alike.

    • Last update: 19 days old

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  • Auctions America
    +1 260 927 9797
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  • To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RMs Arizona event, January 15-16, 2015. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmauctions.com/. Estimate:$ 60,000 - $ 80,000 220 bhp, 3,781 cc DOHC inline six-cylinder engine with two SU carburetors, four-speed manual gearbox, independent front suspension with coil springs and wishbones, rear live axle suspension with semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes. Wheelbase: 107.5 in.Only 700 miles since a frame-off restoration by marque experts in the UKFinished in British Racing Green with a green leather interiorIncludes JDHT Certificate; originally built for exportJaguars 1959 Mark II was an elegant update of the companys first small unibody sedan of 1955. The modifications resulted in what is considered to be the best-looking compact Jaguar sedan ever built. The Mark II modified the original design, which was not called Mark I until its successor arrived. The new car had a larger greenhouse, bigger side and rear windows framed in chrome trim, a new grille with a central bar, and fitted fog lamps. Although the sweeping lines of the Mark I were preserved, the rear track was widened. Gone were the full rear fender skirts, as they were replaced by partial skirts that could display the rear wheels and tires.The interior was a thing of beauty and featured a walnut veneer dash; a huge speedometer and tachometer, which were now moved in front of the driver; a row of toggle switches in the center, located beneath secondary gauges; and comfortable leather seats. Reclining front seats were optional, as were the seat backs that contained fitted picnic tables.The DOHC aluminum six-cylinder engines were still utilized. They could be found in 2.4-, 3.4-, and 3.8-liter displacement, with horsepower ranging from 120 to 220 and a top speed between 96 mph and 125 mph. The gearbox was usually a four-speed with overdrive, and most cars were built with wire wheels, which is the preferred option. Two major performance improvements accompanied the Mark II introduction. The Jaguar 3.8-liter DOHC engine was shared with the Mark IX and XK150 and made the car the fastest four-door production sedan. With 220 brake horsepower on tap, 125 mph was possible, and a limited-slip differential became standard. Four-wheel disc brakes had proven their worth on the D-Types and were standard. Jaguar was so proud of this that a red caution triangle and the words disc brakes were incorporated into the rear bumper trim. The spare wheel was located beneath a round panel in the trunk floor, and inside the wheel was a comprehensive tool kit.The Mark II offered here was originally sold in the U.S., and it checks all of the proverbial boxes for this model. It had been owned by the consignor since 1999, when it returned to the UK for a painstaking, documented frame-off restoration by marque specialists. The restoration took seven years, during which time it was road registered as BAS 293, and two MOT certificates accompany the car. The car has been driven only 700 miles since the restoration, some of which were on English roads.This Mark II, powered by the desirable 3.8-liter engine, is painted in authentic almost-black Jaguar British Racing Green and features a handsome light green leather interior. Its panel fit and chrome trim are spectacular, and the interior wood trim is excellent. The car is fitted with air conditioning, an AM/FM radio, and power steering. It rides on Pirelli tires and chrome wire wheels with eared knock-offs, and it is equipped with a correct tool kit. All maintenance records since the Mark II returned to the U.S. are also included.The only box left to check off is for its next owner to decide.

    • Last update: 23 days old

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  • RM Auctions
    +1 519 352 4575
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  • This beautiful, very original, matching numbers 1961 Jaguar 3.8 Mark II Sedan is ready to be driven and enjoyed. It is in very good condition and was part of a well maintained collection. You can drive it “as is” or if you want, to make some small improvements we can take it to the next level for you. It features a period correct AM/FM push button radio, wood trim, a good newer stainless steel exhaust system with Redline classic tires and like new wire wheels. Recent mechanical check shows it has good compression and all original suspension. It is a very solid original car. The interior is all original with good body and door fit. The glass and chrome are good as well with a new windshield, and includes the original jack with the purchase.

    • Year: 1961

    • Last update: 3 months old

    • Mileage: 24077 mi

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  • Classic Showcase
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  • Get ready to relish this very nice right hand drive 1964 3.8 Mark II Sedan that was part of a well maintained collection. This Mark II is ready to be part of any collection, or just taken out on special drives. As you step into this car, and you ease the seat back, you’ll look out through the original Triplex glass windows. Enjoy its tight feel, and the smooth 3.8 liter as you power through all four gears and overdrive. You’ll appreciate the original, well-kept dark blue interior, and the elegant wood grain dash with lots of patina that is accented with fully functioning instrumentation. You can drive this 1964 Mark II “as is” and enjoy this style and comfort it offers. The bright work is in nice shape and looks great against the Opalescent Silver Blue paint with matching painted wheels. Inside the tidy rear boot is its original jack and spare tire. The previous owner had shown this Mark II in local Jaguar events and was very active in his Jaguar Club. He was very proud to show his Mark II as it was always well received and admired by other Jaguar members. The car recently received a full service so it is ready to go to its new home. This is a good solid car to drive and enjoy!

    • Year: 1964

    • Last update: 3 months old

    • Mileage: 29937 mi

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  • It is rare and exciting to find cars so well preserved, and in their original condition. This 1963 Jaguar Mark II 3.8 Sedan is a wonderful original example with one previous owner and with all of its tremendous patina of originality. It is accompanied by a Heritage Certificate of Authenticity, showing it to be a matching numbers car in its original color combination. The car runs and drives great. It has been properly maintained its entire life. Everything is original under the bonnet. This vehicle recently completed a professional restoration by Classic Showcase to include all mechanical systems gone through and restored or replaced as needed, cosmetic restoration and full vehicle detail. The body was re-fitted, then disassembled and received primer, base coat, clear coat and color sand and buff. Each part was painted individually off the car. New rubber and seals were installed on the car. New leather interior, panels and new carpets were custom made, fit and installed. All interior wood has been restored. All original glass, instruments, hubcaps, working original AM/FM radio and much more.

    • Year: 1963

    • Last update: 3 months old

    • Mileage: 3637 mi

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  • (SOLD) This exceptional Jaguar comes with a Heritage Certificate of Authenticity documenting the matching numbers and original color combination of Cotswold Blue exterior/Red interior. Equipped with the original tool kit, owner manual and receipts. This very original Jaguar was an excellent candidate for restoration by Jaguar professionals which spared no cost. Features excellent paint, upholstery and wood trim in interior, power steering, chrome and it still has the factory radio blanking plate in place. The fit and finish is excellent and the best part is that it runs and drives magnificently. This is a Southern California Sedan and is ready for the discerning Jaguar collector.

    • Year: 1960

    • Last update: 3 months old

    • Mileage: 35585 mi

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  • Classic Showcase
    (760) 758-6100
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  • (SOLD) This 1961 Jaguar Mark II 3.8 Sedan is a wonderful car that has recently completed a comprehensive restoration by Classic Showcase to a Show level, no expense being spared. This Mark II Sedan is complete with books and records as well as its original jack. It is matching numbers and comes with a Heritage Certificate of Authenticity. This restoration included the following: The vehicle was fully disassembled, body stripped to bare metal, metal worked the body, doors, bonnet and boot, then fitted to the body, epoxy sealed, painted, color sanded and buffed. new rubber, seals, grommets and gaskets, trim and all bright work was re-plated. Our upholstery department custom made, fitted and installed a new proper interior including leather seats with new padding, panels, dash, carpet, insulation and a headliner. The seat frames were restored. The burl wood in the car was carefully removed from the car, stripped, re-veneered, refinished and looks quite spectacular! The engine block was re-built to factory specifications matching and calibrated with new pistons, oil pump, water pump, timing chain, bearings and seals. The head received new valves, guides and seals. Rebuilt carburetors,

    • Year: 1961

    • Last update: 3 months old

    • Mileage: 21423 mi

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  • Classic Showcase
    (760) 758-6100
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