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230219DN

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United Kingdom8474PE

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Record Creation: Entered on 22 November 2020.

 

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2020-11-22 14:13:27 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 12/20
www.historics.co.uk/buying/auctions/2020-12-12/cars/ref-99-1963-jaguar-mk-ii-38- ...

Auction description:
Lot 330 - 1963 Jaguar Mk. II (3.8 Litre)
Registration 8474 PE
Chassis Number 230219DN
Engine Number LC 5588-9
Odometer reading 37,727 miles
Estimate £47,000 - £55,000

Total nut and bolt restoration
Several Coombes features
Manual with overdrive

This delightful Jaguar has been fully rebuilt and could be described as a Coombes tribute example. Photographic evidence is available to show the extent of the rebuild and it can be described as a nut and bolt total restoration. The engine was stripped, the block crack tested, crankshaft reground, the cylinder head was completely dismantled, pressure tested and fully rebuilt. The gearbox was checked and rebuilt accordingly as was the overdrive unit. The wiring loom was replaced and a reconditioned starter motor and dynamo fitted. The rear axle was stripped down and rebuilt and the brakes including the master cylinder all replaced. From a bodywork point of view the car was stripped and fully rebuilt with any corrosive areas removed and refabricated. The interior was retrimmed and the wood restored. Clearly this is a Mk. II 3.8 that is one of the finest examples available today. Finished in red with grey leather trim and sitting proudly on chrome wire wheels. The Coombes rear spats are a nice addition, giving this Jaguar a sporty look. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a comprehensive history folder, viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the quality of this Mk. II.

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