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 didnt spend long in London and during the 1970s 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 almost 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 fifteen 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 br
1965 jaguar stype 3800cc manual overdrive grey 4-speed leather power-steering british
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