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Record Creation: Entered on 22 August 2014.
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2014-08-21 16:34:49 | pauls writes:
Car to be at auction 9/14
Manufacturer Jaguar Cars
Model S-type 3.8
First Registered 1966
Registration No NPJ 28D
Engine No 7B 63436-8
Chassis No P1B 58390BW
MOT Feb 2015
Colour Warwick Grey
This matching numbers, UK RHD example, with automatic transmission is finished in Warwick grey with Suede green leather, the combination with which it left the factory in back in 1966. This is all supported by a heritage certificate from JDHT.
The car is offered with a good amount of history from its 3 owners, and the 76,000 miles showing on the clock is believed to be correct, due to 2 long periods of dry storage.
The car was restored back in 2007, and has undergone further work in the past few months: These works included - Resprayed in original Warwick grey - Bumpers and stops re-chromed - Leather re-connolised - New front arches - Wood veneers polished - Full service and MOT - Full stainless steel exhaust system - Carburettor tune up - Choke reconditioned - New steering column - New rear brake discs - 4 new tyres
Guide Price: £12000 to £14000
2014-11-09 15:48:23 | pauls writes:
Car to return to auction 11/14
Registration NPJ 28D
Chassis Number P1B58390BW
Engine Number 7B63463-8
Odometer reading 78,000 miles
Estimate £10,000 - £14,000
2014-12-05 12:39:07 | pauls writes:
Unsold at above auction. Additional description:
This matching numbers, UK righthand drive example presents with automatic transmission and is finished in Warwick Grey with a suede green leather, the combination with which it left the factory in back in 1966 and is all supported by a heritage certificate from Jaguar. It has a large history file from its three owners and the 78,000 miles showing on the odometer are believed to be correct, partially due to two long periods of dry storage. The car was fully restored back in 2001 to include a re-build of its original engine and, in the last six months, it has also been re-sprayed in original Warwick Grey; had its bumpers and stops re-chromed and the leather re-Connolised. Furthermore, it has also had new front wheel-arches and sills installed, the wood veneers polished and a full stainless steel exhaust system fitted. Mechanically, it has responded well to a carburettor tune-up, a re-conditioned choke, a new steering column, new rear brake discs and four new tyres. Needless to say, it has also had a full service and MoT test. It is reported to start every time, maintains excellent oil pressure and drives and brakes well. In summary, an extremely well-sorted example of Jaguar's natural successor to the Mk. II.