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United KingdomWWB658G

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Record Creation: Entered on 22 November 2020.

 

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2010-08-20 18:52:19 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 9/10
www.barons-auctions.com/details.php

Auction description:
Model MKII 3.4/340 Saloon
First Registered 1968
Registration No WWB658G
Engine No 7J524628
Chassis No IJ52069BW
MOT July 2011
Colour Midnight Blue
Offered here is a genuine 340 auto, which does have that rare power steering. The car has also benefited from an older restoration and upgrades. The disc brakes are by Cooper Craft and it is fitted with leather front seats, with picnic tables. The ignition system is electronic and was converted using the full SC Parts kit, which includes wiring, distributor and coil. The Radiomobile radio has been refurbished and equipped with an MP3 take off and the car has an electric aerial.

Finished in midnight blue with red interior, the car drives very well indeed and has, in fact, recently completed a jaunt to Classic Le Mans, where the temperature was in the high 30's but it never let the vendor down. Sitting on chrome wire wheels, the car has Coombs style rear spats and is offered complete with an MoT through to May 2011 and tax through to October 2010.

Estimate £7500-9000

2010-11-05 19:42:45 | pauls writes:

Sold £5600+Premium

2020-11-22 12:11:38 | pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 12/20

www.historics.co.uk/buying/auctions/2020-12-12/cars/ref-87-1968-jaguar-340-saloo ...

Auction description:

Lot 378 - 1968 Jaguar 340 Saloon

Registration WWB 658G Chassis Number 1J52069BW Engine Number 7J.524628 Odometer reading 95,721 miles EstimateNo Reserve

Part of ‘The Ghent Collection’

Offered without reserve

Acquired by the vendor over ten years ago to contribute to his predilection of British classic cars, this Jaguar 340 is one of the rare automatic variants that comes with power steering as well as the addition of Coopercraft front brakes and electronic ignition. Presented in classic deep blue with a contrasting red Ambla interior, this classic big cat requires some restoration all round. Light bubbling can be found over the wheel arches although the wire-wheels show minimal corrosion and the tyres appear sound. The interior woodwork and leather look good and the engine presents well. Inspection is recommended.

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