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United KingdomJSK332

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Record Creation: Entered on 30 December 2006.

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2006-12-30 00:10:41 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '02
www.practicalclassics.co.uk/auctionlot/by-id/1630470222/

Auction description:
Jaguar MK2 3.8 (1961)
Jaguar Heritage Sale, Barons (20th October 2002)
Lot Details
Auction Jaguar Heritage Sale
Barons, The Paddock Suite, Donington
Type Car
Lot Number 240
Estimate $14000-$16000
Hammer Price $12750
Hammer Price (inc premium) -
Year 1961
Condition rating 1
Registration number JSK 332
Mileage -
Chassis number 205499

2015-07-12 23:34:03 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 5/15
www.silverstoneauctions.com/1962-jaguar-mkii-3-8-5433

Auction description:
The May Sale 2015
1962 Jaguar Mk.II 3.8
Lot No.: 352
Registration: JSK 332
Chassis Number: P205499DN
Engine Number: 1B3108-8
Number of cylinders: 6
CC: 3800
Year of Manufacture: 1962
Estimate (£): 28,000 - 32,000
Sold for (£): 31,500

The car on offer today is a 1962 car, presented in Gunmetal Grey with a fabulous red interior. The dashboard gleams, the headlining is immaculate, the red leather armchairs are just gently patinated as is the leather transmission tunnel and the carpets are definitely red. Why would you ever want to sit anywhere else? The overall impression of the car, Pirelli shod on MWS wires, sparkling Jaguar spinners and flawless bright work is very, very pleasing to the eye.

'JSK332' was lavishly recommissioned by Racing Green Cars in 2008 under the instruction of the current vendor, with in excess of £8,000 spent, including new chrome wire wheels, a straight through exhaust system, Coombs style rear spats, a dog leg 5 speed Getrag gearbox and a louvered bonnet. After the mechanical work was completed the car was painted in the subtle Gunmetal you see today and we are told has only covered approximately 2000 miles since. The vendor informs us that the car drives really well, with good oil pressure and that the Getrag box is a pleasure to use.

This car was first registered in the UK in 1991 having been previously registered in South Africa, is showing an unwarranted odometer reading of 21,800 miles and is supplied with a UK V5C registration certificate and a current current MoT certificate which expires in March, 2016.

One of the most attractive examples of the iconic 60s saloon that we have ever seen this represents the best opportunity you're likely to have to own the most desirable 3.8litre Mk.II before the rest of the market catches on! Don't miss your chance to be driving her away...

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