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Record Creation: Entered on 10 February 2019.

 

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2019-02-10 11:24:26 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 3/19
www.historics.co.uk/buying/auctions/2019-03-02/cars/ref-128-1964-jaguar-mkii-24- ...

Auction description:
Ascot Racecourse
March 2nd 2019
1964 Jaguar Mk.II (2.4 litre)
Registration EU registered
Chassis Number 117993DN
Engine Number BJ 36 78-8
Odometer reading 89,600 miles
Estimate £19,000 - £24,000

£70,000 nine year restoration
Fully photo documented
Desirable manual with overdrive gearbox


This 1964 Jaguar Mk. II was registered in the Netherlands in 1990 and almost immediately after that, was subject to a complete nut-and-bolt restoration which was fully documented with photographs. These images, included in the history file, immediately show the high standard of restoration this vehicle has been treated to. Every inch of the car, including bodywork, engine, drivetrain, upholstery, woodwork and chrome has been checked and where necessary given a new lease of life in the best way possible. The 2.4 litre engine has been completely taken apart and overhauled, including the four-speed manual gearbox with overdrive. After the bodywork was completed, it received a bare metal respray in a beautiful and elegant metallic blue, even underneath. The grey leather upholstery, which of course has been completely renovated as well, matches perfectly with the exterior and has helped to achieve the sophisticated look and feel of the original car. The restoration took almost nine years at a total cost of around £70,000 and, despite being completed some time ago, it has been perfectly maintained. Therefore this beautiful Jaguar still looks, drives and handles like it left the Browns Lane factory only yesterday.

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