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United KingdomPEA130F

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Record Creation: Entered on 22 January 2023.

 

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2022-09-11 11:07:59 | pauls writes:

Car at auction 9/22

www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/cca033-lot-5076-1968-jaguar-340

Auction description:

Lot Number 751

1968 Jaguar 340 Saloon

Introduced in September 1967, the 340 was the final development of Jaguar's long-running Mk2.

GUIDE PRICE: £12,000 - £15,000

Final development of the Mk2 and differing only in reshaped rear bodywork, slimmer bumpers and Ambla upholstery

UK, right-hand drive car originally registered on 13/03/1968. Four previous keepers

Classically presented in Old English White with chrome wire wheels

Tidy black interior, good veneers, original Radiomobile push-button radio

Fitted with the 3.4-litre, 210bhp, straight-six offering 0-60mph in 11.9 seconds and 120mph

Accompanied by a comprehensive file of invoices, MOT Certificates and an original handbook

Registration Number PEA 130F

Chassis Number 1J51297DN

Engine Number 7J515565

Body Colour Old English White

2023-01-22 20:05:15 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 3/23

www.handh.co.uk/auction/lot/lot-1968-jaguar-340/&so=0&st=&sto=0&au=523&ef=&et=&ic=False&sd=0& ...

Auction description:

15th Mar, 2023 13:00

Imperial War Museum, Duxford

1968 Jaguar 340

Highly original with just 54,500 recorded miles

Estimate

£16,000 - £18,000

Buyer's Premium applies (subject to a minimum charge and VAT)

Registration No: PEA 130F

Chassis No: 1J51297DN

MOT: Exempt

Supplied new by Dartmouth Garage of West Bromwich (complete with dealer sticker and rear number plate)

Repainted in its original Cream but never restored, with factory panel gaps and easy shutting doors etc

Uprated with Jaguar XJ6 power steering and subject to much past mechanical fettling

Pleasingly retains its original Black upholstery and wood veneers etc

Straight port cylinder head, four-speed all synchromesh gearbox with overdrive

Still bearing the rear window sticker and number plate fitted by its supplying dealer Dartmouth Garage of West Bromwich, ‘PEA 130F’ is understood to have covered just 54,500 miles from new. A figure which is at least partially substantiated by old MOT certificates dating back to February 1978 at 29,750 miles and bills of sale from 1989 (32,040 miles) and 1996 (32,908 miles). Thought to have belonged to Horace Langford, Monica Rees, Richard Moser and Jack Anziani prior to being acquired by its present registered keeper, the 340 appears to pleasingly retain its original Black upholstery, wood veneers and even pedal rubbers. Entrusted to Jaguar specialist Marcus Barclay during 1998 for attention to its suspension, brakes and overdrive plus the fitment of power steering, the Saloon has never been allowed to deteriorate to the point of needing restoration. Renewed many years ago, the Cream paintwork is micro-blistered in places but the panel gaps are factory correct. The doors are notably easy to open and close, while the spare wheel well contains an almost complete tool kit. Treated to a carburettor overhaul in 2019, the 3.4 litre straight-six started readily and ran well during our recent photography session. Offered for sale with original owner’s wallet / handbook, V5C Registration Document and history file.

2023-11-21 14:16:40 | pauls writes:

Car returns to auction 12/23

www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/1968-jaguar-340-recc31848-5-warwick-1223&el=6201&pp=100

Auction description:

The Christmas Sale 2023

Lot Number 146

JAGUAR 340 Saloon

Registration Number PEA 130F

MOT Expiry Exempt

Chassis Number 1J51297DN

Engine Number 7J515565

Transmission Manual/ OD

Body Colour Old English White

GUIDE PRICE: £14,000 - £18,000

Supplied new by Dartmouth Garage of West Bromwich (complete with dealer sticker and rear number plate)

Repainted in its original Old English White (cream) but never restored, retaining original factory panel gaps etc.

E-Type straight-port cylinder head, 4-speed all synchromesh gearbox with overdrive. Uprated with Jaguar XJ6 power steering

The speedometer shows 54,500 miles supported by MOTs going back to February 1978 and 29,750 miles and further sales invoices from 1989 and 1996

Supplied with its original owner’s wallet/handbook, V5C, history file, original Sales Brochure and an almost complete tool kit

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