Jaguar Mk2 3.8 Presented in the most attractive colour combination of opalescent blue with a red leather interior. In our opinion one of the best examples available, the car was the subject of a ground up full restoration approximately ten years ago and has been dry stored since. Recently recommissioned by M&C Wilkinson the features include immaculate bodywork & unmarked interior uprated front vented brakes electronic ignition / distributor Koni shock absorbers on the front & rear with Coombs springs rack & pinion power steering E-type straight port cylinder head manual with overdrive all syncromesh gearbox six inch rim wire wheels and much more.
Wire Wheels Excellent opportunity to own a classic icon from the 60's.It is believed that this car was off road between 1989 and 2003 when ownership reverted to the current recorded keeper. Subject of a previous, lengthy restoration and stated to be in excellent order. Assorted expired MoT certificates and tax discs come with the car.
From the Jaguar Magazine article on this very car. ‘’Journalist Nick Deaton grew up with a 3.8 Mk2 known as ‘Bluebell’. It was the first car to make an impression on him during his childhood. Ever since I could remember, this car was the Sunday afternoon treat to Coolangatta or Springbrook’ Bluebell: An original, unrestored and unmolested, Opalescent Silver Blue Jaguar Mark 2 3.8 Saloon Automatic in excellent condition. According to her Jaguar Heritage Certificate and original Manufacturers Warranty, Bluebell was Manufactured on the 14th of October 1965 and delivered to Westco Motors, South Brisbane on the 9th March 1966 for Mr George Carter, the owner of the children’s clothing factory Infin-teen. Complete with original owners’ handbook, warranty card and toolkit including a history of the 4 owners with only 65,750 documented miles travelled. Bluebell has never been in an accident and is resplendent in her original paintwork. She has excellent factory panel gaps with no rust ever and confirmation that the engine has not been dismantled in any way. The only updates have been new upholstery installed in 2001 and considerable. investment over the last 3 years to ensure pleasurable dr
Wire Wheels, Service history Excellent opportunity to own a classic icon from the 60's.It is believed that this car was off road between 1989 and 2003 when ownership reverted to the current recorded keeper. Subject of a previous, lengthy restoration and stated to be in excellent order. Assorted expired MoT certificates and tax discs come with the car.
1963 Jaguar Mk2 2.4 Manual The Mk2 Jaguar, famed in the 1960s as both Getaway Cars by the criminals of the day, and used by the Police as chase car, the Mk2 “Jag” is a motoring Icon of that era. Some were good some weren’t and film and TV buffs from the early 70’s will remember many of them turning white and being launched off the edge of a cliff in cops and robbers capers. This car however has lead a far more sheltered and cherished life. Finished in the original Opalescent Dark green with Suede Green leather interior, its truly a car that been cherished. The interior is nicely patinated, the chrome, though not perfect is really nice original, and its also fitted with the extremely rare aluminium wheel trims that were such a period look at the time. The woodwork in the car is in stunning condition. Also Over the years it’s been rebuilt both bodily and mechanically with a history file going back to 1982. Its currently showing just over 100,000 miles, and we believe that could be genuine according to the history. It’s a car that’s in truly delightful condition and drives superbly. The cars was off the road from 2004 to 2008 and since it went back on the road then, its done around 3000 miles only, so you could say its only just been run in. If you are seeking a Mark 2 Jaguar, this is a car you really need to see and at only £17995 could be seen as something of a bargain. Wouldn’t it look superb in your drive!
*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 is an original Arizona car that has been stored in Southern California since the early 1970s. Classic Showcase is scheduling the restoration to be of a show/driver level, however, depending on the date of purchase, we may be able to accommodate your build sheet and wish list to create the Mark II of your dreams! Please note that a period correct engine will be restored and installed. Included in the restoration process the vehicle will be stripped to bare metal, placed on a rotisserie, metal finished, leaded, all body parts fitted to the car and chrome, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base, clear, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. All systems will be gone through and the engine will be rebuilt back to factory specifications. The fuel, electrical, cooling, and hydraulic systems will be restored. All components will be rebuilt back to factory specifications, including the engine, transmission, rear end and suspension. All chrome will be re-plated as needed. The car will receive a complete new cu
The ultimate iteration of the seminal Mark II model, this 3.8-liter overdrive-equipped example which has been very well cared for during its lifetime, exhibiting many original finishes throughout. Its matching-numbers original engine has been recently rebuilt. Since in Classic Showcases care this Mark II has undergone the following services: the under carriage was restored, new suspension bushings added, new exhaust, new U-joints, new bearings/seals /axles seals installed, replaced ball joints and A-arms, the braking system was rebuilt, the engine and hydraulic systems were completely rebuilt, rebuilt the carburetors and distributor, performed a tune up, added a new aluminum radiator, changed out the water hoses, added a new fuel pump, epoxy sealed the gas tank, added new carpet overlays in red British material with heel pads, it was shod with new tires, it was wet sanded and buffed to a lustrous shine, and it had the original bumpers and over riders re-chromed. This Mark II already had great interior wood and headliner. The minimum was done to the interior to keep the original patina intact, keeping with a very elegant look. It runs and drives well, and is outfitted with wire whee
1966 JAGUAR MK2 LHD Production of the MK2 Jaguar ceased in 1967, making our 1966 manufactured car a late example and as such the better for Jaguars policy of ongoing refinement. With the much preferred 3.8 litre engine, automatic transmission and power assisted steering, this is a remarkably modern drive. Indeed, the driving experience is agreeable in every way: Engine start-up is easy from cold and when hot. Gear changes are smooth and the power assisted steering functions correctly. On road test the brakes performed well and all instruments register within tolerance. Cosmetically too the car is striking: chic in Primrose set-off by the refurbished black interior with beautifully finished wood work, it is evident that significant time and expense have been lavished on this cherished car. The engine compartment is finely detailed and the boot clean and equipped with the correct tools. All in all a most attractive example, its appeal enhanced still further by chrome wire wheels. Here is a rare opportunity to own an iconic British sporting saloon, from one of the most prestigious manufacturers and offering practical family transport. Certain to make the new owner the envy of his fellow club members, friends, neighbours and colleagues as well as the motoring public at large. Ready to be enjoyed.