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2006-12-15 00:16:34 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '97
www.motorbase.com/auctionlot/by-id/900607084/

Classic Cars
H&H Classic Auctions Ltd, Pavilion Gardens, Buxton
Type Car
Lot Number 057
Estimate £7500-£9000
Hammer Price £7400
Hammer Price (inc premium) -
Year 1962
Condition rating 1
Registration number 299 RU
Mileage -
Chassis number 160513BW

2009-11-17 21:11:52 | pauls writes:

Further description from:
www.classicauctions.co.uk/lotdetail.php

Lot : 19
1962 Jaguar Mk II 3.4 Litre
Present Owner 29 Yrs - Superb Condition

Estimate:
NOT SOLD
Registration No: T.B.A.
Chassis No: 160513BW
Engine No: KH5979-8
CC: 3442
Colour: Blue Metallic
Trim Colour: Blue
MOT: 21.6.1997
The vendor and present owner is the third owner has had this car since 1967 and the mileage of 63000 miles is fully warranted and there is part service history with the car. He has only done 7000 miles since he bought the car so in 29 years he has only averaged 250 miles per year.
It was dry stored until 1981 when it received a total body and mechanical rebuild and at that time it had completed only 58000 miles. Apart from one wing and a dented lower sill the car is totally original and there is no rot anywhere. The car was again repainted recently due to paint fade and is now sold in very good condition throughout.
A superb car with a good history in immaculate condition.

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