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 3.4 Mk.II 
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 1965 Opalescent Silver Grey
 2016 Red
 Rest: Nice 
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United KingdomFWU239C

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Record Creation: Entered on 27 July 2016.


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2016-07-27 13:45:53 | pauls writes:

Car was scheduled to be at auciton 7/16

Auction description:
Lot No 46
Make Jaguar
MK II 3.4 Litre
Year 1965
Vehicle Registration FWU239C
Chassis Number 168026DN
Engine Number KJ.6203-8
CC 3400
Body Colour Met. Grey
Trim Colour Red
MOT Expiry May 2017
Estimate £16000 - 20000

PLEASE NOTE: This vehicle is withdrawn from our 28th July 2016 auction.

- Body restoration and respray completed February 2016
- Interior replaced and new clutch fitted
- Gearbox overhauled June 2016

Over the winter of 2016 FWU 239C has undergone extensive exterior and interior restoration to a high standard. The car features a reconditioned 3.4 litre engine and Moss gearbox, replacement interior and new carpets. Finished in arguably the best colour combination of metallic grey contrasted by a red leather interior, the vendor describes the bodywork, paintwork, engine and transmission as being in "excellent" condition and informs us the clutch was replaced in June 2016. Offered with Swansea V5C document and MoT to May 2017, this attractive Mk2 also benefits from the fitment of a new centre console and is said to be "very reliable".

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