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1J51620DN

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United KingdomMUX430F

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2007-06-30 14:42:21 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 3/07
www.brightwells.com/classiccars/PastResults/tabid/321/Default.aspx

Auction description:
Body colour: White
Date Manufactured: 1968
Registration Number: MUX 430F
Chassis Number: IJ51620DN
Engine Number: 7J52007-8
History:
First registered in May 1968, this Jaguar 340 has been owned by the same family since 1973 and had only one other owner prior to that. After a period in storage during the 1980s, the car was totally stripped and rebuilt in 1994. Photographs show the car being taken back to bare metal before being resprayed in the original Old English White, while all mechanical parts were replaced or overhauled as necessary. The car was also fitted with a full stainless steel exhaust system, chrome wire wheels, Motolita woodrim steering wheel and chrome mesh headlamp guards. It also has a fitted tow bar which was used only once to take a caravan to a two-day car show in Welshpool!

Since the restoration was completed the car has seen only gentle summer use to attend shows and rallies and to do duty as an occasional wedding car for friends and family. It has less than 97,000 miles on the clock which is believed to be genuine and is backed up by the large number of old MOTs and receipts in the service folder. The car is said to drive very well through its manual overdrive gearbox and to have a surprising turn of speed when provoked! It has recently had a full front brake caliper overhaul and is due to have a fresh MOT before the sale.

Said to be in good, sound condition throughout with a very tidy interior, the car can be enjoyed as it is but would benefit from some slight attention to the bodywork where some bubbles are just beginning to appear at the bottoms of the doors.
Guide price 5,200

2020-09-13 12:35:40 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 9/20

www.historics.co.uk/buying/auctions/2020-09-26/cars/ref-6-1968-jaguar-mk-ii-34-l ...

Auction description:

Ascot Racecourse September 26th 2020

1968 Jaguar Mk. II (3.4 litre)

Lot Number 269

Registration MUX 430F

Chassis Number 1J51620DN

Engine Number YJ520078

Odometer reading 99,963 miles

Estimate £18,000 - £24,000

Desirable 3.4 litre engine

Manual with overdrive

Power Steering

This lovely Old English White over black leather trim example is an older restoration and still presents extremely well today. The wood facia and door cappings within the very well-appointed cabin are as new and upon the turn of a key the car fires up and runs very well indeed. First registered on 22nd May 1968, as detailed by an original buff logbook, this example spent many years registered as 1066 AW only to return to its original registration number 1995. The history file accompanying this 3.4 litre manual with overdrive example contains many old MoT test certificates, tax discs and registration documents all detailing the history of the car and presented in a leather wallet. Within the history file is a valuation by M&C Wilkinson stating that, in 2017, the value of this car was £30,000. The car has a current MoT test certificate valid until October 2020, a number of old service reports, receipts and correspondence from the Jaguar Drivers Club which can also be found in the file. Less than 10,000 miles ago the car benefitted from a new clutch assembly, new springs and shock absorbers and is offered with a Jaguar book pack and owner’s manual.

Sitting well on its correct 72 spoke wire wheels, with desirable power steering this a very good example of the desirable 3.4 manual with overdrive Jaguar Mk. II, with prices increasing for good examples of these iconic British cars viewing is highly recommended.

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