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 3.4 Mk.II 
 Right Hand Drive 
 1961 British Racing Green
 2009 Tan
 Rest: Nice 
United KingdomUnited Kingdom

United KingdomAOD510A

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Record Creation: Entered on 15 December 2009.


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2009-12-15 11:59:53 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 12/09

Auction description:
Manufacturer Jaguar Cars
Model MKII 3.4 Saloon
First Registered 1961
Registration No AOD510A
Engine No KH2277-8
Chassis No 157620DN
MOT July 2010
Colour BRG

Offered here is an early 3.4 example, which is equipped with the desirable, manual + overdrive transmission and has benefited from a £45,000 restoration. The car was originally supplied to the Australian market and reimported to the UK. The car was acquired by the vendor in 2000 after some time in storage and a comprehensive restoration was undertaken with assistance from Coopercraft.

The car is now equipped with Coopercraft brakes, rack and pinion power steering, big valve, unleaded head and 2" SU carburettors. It has been comprehensively rebuilt, with new interior, Coombes style rear arches and outstanding body and paintwork. The 3.4 litre, XK engine, has recently been rebuilt and the car is said to drive like a modern version of a MKII.

Finished in BRG with tan leather, the car is offered complete with a heritage certificate, comprehensive history file and a photographic record of the restoration.

2010-01-23 23:35:00 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 2/10

Same description and photos.

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