This is a truly unique opportunity to purchase a magnificent original, low mileage Jaguar MKIX. This is without doubt one of the lowest mileage examples in existence having only covered 29000 miles from new. The car was ordered new in special order colour Cotswold Blue with Grey leather upholstery and left the factory with automatic transmission and power steering. The Jaguar was first registered on the 20th October 1960 and has had very few owners from new. 1670 JW had covered just 22712 miles from 1960 to 1986 and since then has covered less than 7000 miles in 30 years. Tax discs and MOT certificates show very low usage during the 1990's and in 1996 at 26000 miles the Jaguar was taken over to the Netherlands. The Jaguar returned to the UK in 2014 having covered almost 3000 miles on the Continent over 18 years. 1670 JW is exactly how a low mileage, original car should be. The leather seats have beautifuly aged, they are nicely creased, retain a lovely patina and have no tears or damage. The original headlining is excellent, the woodwork is superb, the door cards and carpets present well and the car is a true time warp. The car has never in its life been dismantled, the bodywork is
Delightful oily rag style original factory RHD MK9 saloon with automatic transmission, matching numbers and low ownership. This is a consignment car and we are facilitating the sale for the current owner. History of this car According to the Jaguar Heritage certificate with the car, our Jaguar was an early chassis manufactured on 5.1.1959 finished in Cotswold blue with a grey interior, the same combination it wears today. It was dispatched on 13.1.1959 to Australian distributor Brysons. Our research has shown that the Jaguar was with the first owner, an Australian soft drinks manufacturer, for many years before being exported to Japan in the late 1980s, to enter an important car collection in Tokyo. We imported and registered this Jaguar from Japan in 2014 and sold it to the current Kent based owner, who has asked us to sell the Jaguar on his behalf as he doesn’t get the time to use it. Since being in his possession, the Jaguar has been stored in a heated environment continuing its remarkable state of preservation, and it has benefitted from careful maintenance. It is we believe a 4 owner (including ourselves) from new vehicle and the recorded mileage of 3000 (103,000) miles is the
(SOLD) This handsomely restored, matching numbers, Black plate, California car was originally purchased in Los Angeles and has been in California its entire life. A lady in La Jolla purchased it from the original owner, and then a Jaguar Club member purchased it from her and drove it for many years before it was then purchased from the last owner, another San Diego Jaguar Club member. The wood interior gleams and adds a touch of elegance to a very provincial car. It even has the fold down tables in the back seat and badge bar on the front grille. Included in the purchase is a comprehensive list of the work done to the car, corresponding receipts, Heritage Certificate, and owner’s manual.
(SOLD) This beautiful, matching numbers, Southern California 1959 Jaguar Mark IX has been well maintained and lovingly cared for by Jaguar professionals throughout the last 26 years of single ownership. With flowing lines, and also plenty of patina, it is surely a head turner. More than just good looking, it is in very good running and driving condition, and had been driven regularly to keep everything in proper order. Recently it benefitted from an interior restoration where the complete interior was changed from red vinyl to tan leather. It was finished off with all new panels, and fitted carpet. It had been featured on the cover of Collectible Automobile Magazine in October of 2013, were it had a feature story written about it as well. It was pictured with its previous interior. This elegant beauty had been owned by a Southern CA Jaguar Club member who aptly named it “Scarlet 9” and drove it to the local shows and events instead of trailering it. It has been campaigned at the South Coast Botanic Garden Jaguar Show, and won Best of Show in its class several times. It has also been entered in many other Concours’ winning awards, multiple times. It has the rare bucket seats and dee
This very original, matching numbers 1959 Jaguar Mark IX has been well maintained and lovingly cared for by Jaguar professionals throughout its long term ownership. This Mark IX has been through a complete no expense spared restoration to the original condition by Jaguar professionals. Comes complete with tools, original radio and all working gauges. The transmission and engine have been rebuilt. The wood and leather have been restored as well as all the chrome. It features a Radiomobile AM radio, and includes its owner's manual, tools, jack, receipts from work completed, some photos of the restoration, original brochures, and its certification from Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust . With beautiful lines and an elegant color combination, it is surely a head turner. More than just good looking, it is running and driving in very good condition, and has been driven regularly to keep everything in proper order. This is a collectible car that is appreciating in value and would be a nice addition to anyone’s Jaguar collection. With its great history of being campaigned, it was appreciated by judges and spectators alike as seen by the awards below. This Jaguar Mark IX has received the follow