*** THIS CAR HAS BEEN SOLD *** Please contact us if you were interested in this car. Our inventory is constantly changing and we will have similar examples of this model becoming available soon. Jaguar S-Type Saloon 3.8S 1965 Midnight Blue overdrive chrome wire wheels The Jaguar S-Type is an english ‘Sport Saloon”, built between 1963 and 1965. It was a more luxurious car than the Mark II but smaller than the Mark X. Colour is Midnight Blue. Delivered on the 7th of April 1965 by Lagerwij’s Automobiel Mij in The Hague, Holland. The car is in a beautiful and well maintained condition. The car has the original most powerful matching numbers 3781 CC 6 in line 220 HP engine. Originally this car was delivered with an automatic gearbox, but the conversion to a manual gearbox with overdrive was made. Thanks to the very expensive conversion the car drives great. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
This is a trade-in car. Jaguar S-Type 3.8 ltr 1965. This is a trade-in car. This Jaguar was new delivered in 1965 in great British Racing Green paint with chrome wire wheels. The Jaguar has a non-matching 3.8 ltr engine and automatic gearbox. The interior of the S-type guarantees a lot of luxury; beige leather with wooden dashboard and a lot of comfort. Car has Holland title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. We can help with transport.
JYL 972D was first registered on 25th February 1966 and is finished in Indigo Blue with Grey leather upholstery. The car is a genuine 3.8S with automatic transmission and still rides on steel wheels as original. The Jaguar has a recorded mileage of 66,300 and from previous MOT certificates we know the car has covered 13,300 miles in ten years since a substantial restoration. The car was subject of a major restoration from 2003-2005 and various upgrades were made to make this S'Type ideal for regular use. A comprehensive file accompanies the car with thousands of pounds worth of invoices and some restoration photographs. There is paperwork detailing the majority of work that included removing the engine, stripping it down and rebuilding. The crankshaft was re-ground, bearings replaced, a 420 oil pump fitted and the cylinder head rebuilt and converted to unleaded. The water pump was replaced, drive belts replaced, carburettors rebuilt, XJ6 rack and pinion power assisted steering fitted and an uprated alternator fitted. Electronic ignition was fitted, two solid state fuel pumps fitted, the fuel tanks replaced, the wiring loom replaced and the propshaft was treated to new universal joi
3.8 S type saloon............platinum with red hide, a good car all round, however it does have some imperfections in the paint, can be used as is but needs work. Excellent mechanically and drives as it should, the interior is very good however the drivers seat has a split in the hide.
The Jaguar Mark 2 was introduced in 1959 and sold throughout the 1960’s. It had a live rear axle and was powered Jaguar’s ubiquitous XK 6 cylinder engines. In 1961 Jaguar launched two new models. The full size Jaguar Mark 10 saloon which used Jaguar’s new Independent rear suspension, and a Triple SU Carburettor version of the 3.8 litre XK engine, Then also the other new car for 1961was the E Type sports car which shared the same 3.8 engine as the Mark 10 but used a scaled down version of the independent rear suspension. The S-Type was a major redevelopment of the Mark 2. It used a mid-scale version of the Mark X independent rear suspension to replace the Mark 2's live rear axle and featured longer rear bodywork, among other styling and interior changes. The S-Type was available with either 3.4 or 3.8-litre XK engines but only in twin carburettor form because the triple carburettor setup would not fit into what was essentially still the Mark 2 engine bay. This particular car left Jaguars Brown’s Lane plant in 1967. And shows only 5 keepers. It appears that its third keeper had the car in Spain for around 30 years so its remarkably rust free in comparison to many other S Types that either reverted back to a form of Metal Oxide or found their way to a dusty death in an episode of The Sweeney being hotly pursued by Jack Regan and George Carter! Its finished in a Copper metallic with Black interior, and its in delightful condition for its age. The history file shows significant expenditure to bring it up to the superb driving car it is today. That recent expenditure includes a Major Mechanical overhaul in 2014 costing almost £4000, and then New front and rear springs, rear shock absorbers , rear wheel bearings only a few months ago. It really does drive very well. If you fancy a Classic Jag, even if only just to drive at the weekends, and not rob a bank, then you really need to have a look at this car. It really is a superb car to drive and at only £13995 could be considered something of a bargain!
About this Jaguar S-Type V8 R First registered September 14th 2004 (54 Reg) with just 2 previous owners. This example is presented in Ebony Black and Barely Leather interior with lots of features which include: Heated Seats, Premium Sound System, Headlamp Powerwash, Xenon Headlights, Heated Front Screen, CD Autochanger, Navigation System, Front Cup Holder, Cruise Control. The service history is excellent and the service book contains 12 stamps, all of which have been stamped by Jaguar main agents and latterly Specialists.
This excellent Jaguar in the classic colour combination of Old English White with red leather has only covered 68k miles and drives superbly. It has had an interesting history abroad and although over 50 years old provides a reliable and comfortable car with an impressive performance.
£34950 Originally supplied by St Helier Garages Jersey in 1965 to the then Chairman of the Jersey Electricity Company, this 3.4S has been subject to a total chassis up restoration, with the engine, gearbox and axle being rebuilt by Rob Beere Racing and assembly works undertaken by a specialist Jaguar restorer. A substantial amount of money has been invested into the rebuild which is understood to be well over £60000 as the owner stopped adding up the invoices then. A very fine example of a fully restored Jaguar S Type, with history from new. A full photographic restoration took place with a bare metal full restored body shell. Fully restored with a Suffolk and Turley interior, stunning woodwork and trim. In excellent condition, following preparation and unit rebuilds by Bob Beere racing (Jaguar specialist). The rebuild includes a new old stock cylinder head , electronic ignition
About this Jaguar S-Type SE D First registered 20th September 2007 with just two previous owners and 10 service stamps. Frost Blue on Barley Hide. Factory options include: Front and Rear Parking Aid, 18" Triton Wheels, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Extended Chrome Trim, Leather Steering Wheel, SatNav, Cruise Control, Powerfold Mirrors and Bluetooth connectivity.
About this Jaguar S-Type V6 XS The S-Type was produced at Jaguar's Castle Bromwich facility in Birmingham, England. The car was styled by Geoff Lawson in 1995 and is based on the Jaguar DEW platform. A minor facelift on the 2005 model year featured redesigned front and rear aprons, a slightly modified grille, remodeled rear light clusters, an aluminium bonnet, and a new 2.7-litre 207 hp V6 diesel engine as seen here. This Jaguar Racing Green on Barley example features Heated Seats, Reverse Park Control, 17" Juno Wheels, Cruise Control and 8 way adjustable seats. It has covered only 57000 miles and has a full set of stamps in the service book from new to March of this year.
DVT 505C was manufactured on 17th August 1965 and was supplied new by Byatts of Fenton, Stoke on Trent to its first owner in the Greenwich area of South London. The car was dispatched to Mr Bird of London SE18 on 24th August in Warwick Grey with Red upholstery and is a factory supplied 3.8 Manual with Overdrive model. The Jaguar didn't spend long in London and during the 1970's was located in Poole, Dorset and later moving close by to Bournemouth. Interestingly, many of the best original, honest Jaguar saloons we have come across in over twenty five years dealing in classic cars spent their early life on the South Coast with retired, careful owners. During the 1980's and 1990's DVT 505C spent the majority of its time in the Bristol area and had three lady owners in the City over 21 years from 1980 to 2001. In 2001 the S'Type sold to its most recent owner in the North of Scotland where it has been cherished, well maintained and nicely detailed over almost sixteen years of ownership. MOT certificates and invoices have been kept with the car showing it has covered almost 10,000 miles since 2001. Invoices are mainly for upkeep and maintenance and detail replacement parts such as a brak
The Jaguar S-Type was the first "small" flagship produced by the British carmaker. The model was announced in 1963 but only began deliveries the following year. In market terms, the S-Type was designed as a larger model and highest range of popular Mark 2. It can be assumed that the Jaguar S-Type saw in the model with which to replace it, since the code had Mk2 internal Utah Mk project. II and the S-Type to Utah Mk. III. But the S-Type shared with the Mk2 only the hood. The S-Type was equipped with many innovations such as independent wheel suspension on the rear axle already mounted on the E-Type and Mark X. The car we offer is the 1965 with its XK engine 3.4 L (6-cylinder) with 210 hp and only 86,000 Km. Always Italian car, registered for the first time in Lucca has changed license plates in 1981, thus maintaining the small plates front and rear square ones with orange province. In his classic Inglese White, with the interior Cardinal Red, these shall be included amongst even as new door panels. Equipped with chrome rims rays, the car also has a very pleasing accessory on these means and which then increases the value: the power steering system, in addition to the classic overdrive. The motor turns round and it is a pleasure to hear. The mechanics are in order and will be delivered with the updated periodic review. An interesting vehicle for fans of the English aristocratic saloons, used not only for events and ceremonies, but also just for the fun and personal pleasure.
This is a very stylish and sporty example that is brimming with patina throughout, and a great choice for the enthusiast who is looking for an iconic classic Jaguar sedan they can drive and enjoy now, and gradually improve upon over time as they see fit. The Sedan has benefited from the previous ownership of a longtime Jaguar Owner's Club member and enthusiast who was always sure to keep it mechanically sound, with the ultimate goal of one day performing a full cosmetic restoration to the car's body -- making this a terrific candidate for a full restoration. The Sedan proved to be extremely reliable and comfortable, reporting to have performed optimally in a wide array of conditions. In recent years, the S-Type's engine, suspension and other mechanical components have been rebuilt, and would benefit from a routine tune-up / servicing before hitting the road. While the vehicle exhibits some rust, it is easily repairable and the Sedan's new owner may commission Classic Showcase to perform any restoration work they desire. Don't miss this opportunity to get an affordable classic Jaguar example that will bring you years of enjoyment!
Now is your chance to have a stylish and collectible Sedan that has all of the performance and comfort features collectors seek in a classic Jaguar. This original single family owned since new S Type Sedan is a Southern California car with original Black Plates and quite a survivor, full of great patina throughout; the Sedan has been well maintained and cared for throughout the course of its life, and comes equipped with an original and Jaguar factory-authorized Coolaire air conditioning system and owner’s manual. In addition, the Sedan's driving experience and handling benefits from a power steering and brake system, and with no shortage of storage space with a huge trunk. The car was recently serviced by Classic Showcase, where it received a full mechanical servicing, which included the installation of a new exhaust system, along with a fresh set of (4) new Vredestein 185/15 tires. This classic Jaguar S Type Sedan is an excellent choice for the enthusiast or collector who is ready to enjoy a classic daily driver Jaguar model now, or gradually improve and restore as they go along!
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