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2015-11-24 22:18:30 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 12/15

Auction description:
Lot 376N
1968 Jaguar 340 Sports Saloon
Registration no. not UK registered Chassis no. J50494BW
£12,000 - 15,000
US$ 18,000 - 23,000
Auction 22705:
The December Sale
Collector's Motor Cars, Motorcycles and Automobilia
10 Dec 2015 14:00 GMT
Hendon, RAF Museum

This automatic transmission Jaguar 340 saloon previously belonged to a garage owner in France, who died while in the process of restoring it. The car then passed via a trader to a Mr Jean Chauraqui, from whom it was purchased by the current vendor in 2013. Since acquisition the car has benefited from extensive restoration: the cylinder head, electrics, starter motor, carburettors, radiator, cooling system and fuel tank all receiving attention, though no bills are available. We are advised by the vendor that he has driven the Jaguar from Marseilles to Poitiers, a distance of 800 kilometres, without encountering any problems. At present the car is undergoing further maintenance and servicing at the premises of Francis Trichet, a classic Jaguar specialist in Buxerolles, France. The car is offered with French Carte Grise.

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