- A matching numbers Manual Overdrive example with a recorded mileage of just 44,000, documented restoration 2001 to 2005 with a thorough engine and gearbox rejuvenation in 2012 / 2013 - Boasting a large history file with a comprehensive number of invoices, Production Record Certificate, detailed restoration notes and photographs, and an original hand book - Supplied with spare Coombes style rear wheel spats and the power steering components that the vendor removed to increase the steering feel The Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Production Record Certificate states this MkII 3.4 Manual was manufactured in May 1961 and fitted with overdrive. It was sold new to Mr J Pitts of John Pitts and Sons Limited, Trews Weir Paper Mills, Exeter. A copy of an early V5 document shows it being owned by a Mr Anning of Honiton Clyst Garage, Exeter, and a 1983 MOT certificate (carried out by Honiton Clyst Garage) states the odometer reading as just 34,989 miles. Possibly soon afterwards the car was stored at a friend's farm until 2001, when the farmer apparently applied for a V5C in his name and promptly sold the car to a Mr and Mrs Lawrence of Worksop, Nottinghamshire. Mr Lawrence wrote a detailed ac
- Entered from a private collection - Believed but not warranted to have covered 44,000 miles from new (old MOTs back to 1969) - Red leather, manual/overdrive, original book pack, assorted service history
1961 Jaguar MK. 11 3.8 Auto LHD UK Reg. Finished in Masons Black with Burgundy Hide interior. This Left Hand Drive example was supplied new to Jaguar Cars in New York U.S.A. on 22.02.1971 and fitted with power steering and wire wheels from new as recorded on the Jaguar Heritage Certificate. In 1988 the car was shipped to and registered in the Netherlands then later registered in the UK in 1994. From 2007 to 2011 the car was restored and upgraded by C.M.C. Jaguar Specialists of Bridgnorth in the UK costing a total of £70,000 Sterling with detailed supporting invoices. These include in 2011 a full repaint with some new panels and other repairs/ upgrades including Coombs style short rear spats and a cavity wax seal costing £13,500. The interior and headlining had previously been retrimmed along with the Webasto Monte Carlo full length sun roof with tinted sun visor. All woodwork and picnic tables were re lacquered. Prior to this the engine had been uprated with a ported head and 2.0 inch HD8 S.U.,s fitted . Other upgrades include an Alternator conversion ,Upgraded power steering , Discreet air conditioning system fitted, Modern 4 speed Automatic Gearbox installed, Central Locking and
Information JAGUAR MARK II 3.8 SALOON AUTOMATIC (LHD) BLACK (1962) 16,000 miles Automatic Black Coachwork Red Leather Interior Power Assisted Steering Wire Wheels Recent Full Restoration To Virtually Concours Standard Good History Recently Feaatured in the Classic Car Magazine (March 2013 Issue) Interested In Vehicle Print Vehicle Details Back To Index
(SOLD) This car is for sale as a Classic Showcase restoration, equal to our driver/show-driver/show restoration levels. Please see our restoration page for further information. This MK II example is in project condition and is mostly complete. It has a 3.4L engine and a 4 speed transmission. Some of the features are steel wheels w/ spats, factory driving lights, motif badge bar, the original AM/FM SW/MW period correct radio with a period correct amplifier under the driver’s seat. Front grill needs repair or replacement. The car has a replacement head. Car was originally painted in Old English White, suede green interior. All wood is present, hardware is mostly complete, instrument panel and gauges are complete. Minor rust in various area of the body but easily repairable, overall the car is a great candidate for any level restoration.
(SOLD) This is an Arizona car that once was a recipient of a 1st place trophy at a JCNA show. It is rust free, and in complete and original condition. This is a very roomy and comfortable car to own and drive. With a little detail and TLC the car could become a contender for a show again, or just makes good driver and a very nice example of Mark X Sedan.
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