Registration number: H5339BBC (Spanish.) Nut & bolt restored to as new; this car recently emerged from a £100,000 restoration. Needless to say it is close to perfection. The car has an indicated 69,000 miles on the clock, but less then 1000 have been covered since the restoration was completed. The brief in the build was to create a car as modern day driveable as possible. Consequently a 4.2 Litre E type engine was rebuilt & fitted giveing the car a serious turn of speed. This was mated to a modern 5 speed manual Getrag gear box which lowers engine revs at cruising speeds & makes it a pleasantly relaxed drive. Disc brakes are fitted all round making for excellent stopping abilities. The car is finished in striking indigo blue over dark red to the body sides; a lovely combination garnering attention wherever it is parked. To the interior is supple burgundy leather seating complimented by burgundy carpets & rexine inserts to the door cards. The interior is awash in best Jaguar Fashion with highly figured burr walnut veneers that extend to the rear mounted occasional tables. Twin tool cases fold out of the front doors at the push of a button. Underneath the car is as good as it is on
1961 jaguar mark ix manual left-hand-drive blue leather restored british
Prestige House. 9 Globe Industrial Estate
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