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United KingdomLOH884F

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Record Creation: Entered on 8 December 2006.

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Registered: LOH884F

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2006-12-08 23:40:30 | Lofty writes:

www.classicauctions.co.uk/detailc.php

"1967 JAGUAR S-TYPE 3.8 LITRE

MANUAL, OVERDRIVE & WIRE WHEELS

Lot 07 Photograph unavailable at present
Status SOLD
Estimate £6500 - 7500
Hammer Price £3800.00
Mileage 57530
Colour CREAM
Trim Colour RED
Chassis No IB59508DN
Engine No 7B64236-8
Registration LOH884F
CC 3781
M.O.T 29.11.2002
The Jaguar S-type sports saloon is finding more and more favour with collectors in recent years. Offering a much better ride that its live-axle predecessor, the Mk.II, the independently sprung S-type epitomises the Jaguar ethos of Grace, Pace and Space. This simply gorgeous car has a believed genuine mileage of just 57530 miles, embellished by a meticulous specialist overhaul which accounts for some ú10,000 being lavished on this unusually solid example. Boasting the highly desirable specification of a manual/overdrive gearbox, wire wheels and a sunroof, this capable sports saloon offers classic high-speed motoring at a very accessible price."

2007-01-19 12:53:14 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '00
www.practicalclassics.co.uk/auctionlot/by-id/345621051/

Auction description:
Jaguar S-Type 3.8 (1967)
Collectors' Motor Cars, Brooks (10th September 2000)
Lot Details
Auction Collectors' Motor Cars
Brooks, Beaulieu centre, Beaulieu
Type Car
Lot Number 811
Estimate £4000-£5000
Hammer Price -
Hammer Price (inc premium) -
Year 1967
Condition rating 3
Registration number LOH 884F
Mileage -
Chassis number 1B59508DN
Engine number 7B642368

2007-12-20 10:23:59 | pauls writes:

Car returned to auction in '07
www.classicauctions.co.uk/lotdetail.php

Auction description:
Finished in metallic grey with red leather upholstery, this particular example is variously described by the vendor as being in "good" (electrical equipment, interior trim, paintwork, wheels / tyres), "very good" (four-speed manual plus overdrive gearbox, chassis, bodywork) or "excellent" (3.8 litre engine) condition. Entering the current ownership via our February 2002 Buxton auction, 'LOH 884F' is said to have appeared on Channel Five's 'Fifth Gear' programme not long afterwards. Treated to a colour change as part of the extensive restoration it underwent between 2002 and 2003, other areas to receive attention apparently included the engine (overhauled / rebored), overdrive unit (replaced), interior (refurbished with new headlining / carpets / folding sunroof etc) and steering (upgraded using a power-assisted rack and pinion system). Riding on wire wheels, this well-specified S-type is offered for sale with "paperwork from the late 1980s", "recent bills for thousands since 2002", "Fifth Gear programme CD" and MOT certificate valid until July 2008.

2009-10-19 10:45:24 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 10/09
www.classic-auctions.co.uk/lotdetail.php

Auction description:
Lot : 13
1967 Jaguar S-Type 3.8 Litre
From the Robert Dean collection
Estimate:
£6000 - 7000
Registration No: LOH884F
Chassis No: IB59508DN
Engine No: 7B64236-8
CC: 3781
Colour: Met. Grey
Trim Colour: Red
MOT: June 10

Finished in metallic grey with red leather upholstery, this particular example is described by the vendor as being in "very good" condition with regard to its engine, four-speed manual plus overdrive gearbox, interior trim and bodywork (though, he notes that there are "a few bubbles on the front wing / crow's feet"). The paintwork is understood to be "good save for one or two small marks", while the electrical equipment is apparently "all working apart from the right-hand fuel sender". Not long after appearing on Channel Five's `Fifth Gear' programme in 2002, `LOH 884F' underwent a colour change as part of an extensive restoration. Then the engine was overhauled, the overdrive unit replaced, the interior refurbished with new headlining, carpets and folding sunroof, and the steering upgraded using a power-assisted rack. Since entering the current ownership via our November 2007 auction, the saloon has been treated to a stainless-steel exhaust, replacement heated rear windscreen, new rear springs / dampers and, just before this sale, a new set of MWS wire wheels. This well-specified S-type is accompanied by paperwork from the late 1980s, "bills for thousands since 2002", Fifth Gear programme CD, replacement fuel gauge sender unit, spare wire wheel and MOT certificate valid until June 2010. "It is a fabulous touring/sports car and with the full-length sunroof gives you open-top motoring with no leaks or draughts" says the vendor.

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