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1964 Jaguar MkII 3.4 Manual Overdrive

Estimate: £15,000-20,000

A recently restored and usable example; manual/overdrive: recent respray; PAS; wire wheels

This appealing MkII started life as 3.4 auto, the accompanying buff logbook listing various Midland-based owners throughout the 1970s.

More recently, it has had a fortune spent on it, including a major - back to the metal respray in BRG which is recorded on photos, taking place just last year as far as we can make out.

Multiple bills on file for this period show numerous parts were supplied by SNG Barratt and Martin Robey, and an XJ6 interior has been carefully fitted to front and rear. At this time, the car was sporting a 3.8-litre E-Type engine, hence the exterior 3.8 badging and it was also fitted with a manual gearbox with overdrive. It comes with Coombs rear spats, Coopercraft brakes and is also fitted with a stainless exhaust.

Purchased by the vendor as part of a deal to acquire its engine, the E-Type motor has been swapped out for a sweet running 3.4-litre XJ6 unit, which is still mated to the MOD gearbox and has the benefit of power steering.

The car sits on a set of wire wheels with recent tyres and although no longer strictly factory original, represents a very desirable version of the Mk II Jaguar for the price of a significantly lesser model.

This looks to us like the perfect opportunity to acquire a very sound rust-free, recently bodily restored Mk II 3.4 MOD on wire wheels with PAS and a very smart full leather interior at a price one would not normally associate with the model. This car ticks the boxes and is well worth close inspection.

Contact matthew.parkin@brighwells.com

Reg No: 666CLE
Chassis Number: 154999BW
Engine Size: 3400

Documents

V5C; Buff logbook; MOT December 2021; old MOT; invoices; photos of restoration

Estimate: £15,000-20,000

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