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2019-10-08 11:42:13 | pauls writes:

Car on BAT
bringatrailer.com/listing/1967-jaguar-3-8-s/_source=dailymail&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2019-10-08

Auction description:
Lot #23699
Seller: 1600veloce
Location: North Salem, New York 10560
Chassis: J67PB78997BW
18k Indicated Miles, TMU
3.8L Inline-Six
Automatic Transmission
White over Black Leather
Purchased in Late 1970s
Upholstery Redone in 1984
Alpine Cassette Player
Recently Removed from Storage
Mechanical Servicing
Private Party or Dealer: Dealer

This 1967 Jaguar S-Type was purchased by its current owner in San Diego, California during the late 1970s and received new upholstery in 1984 prior to being driven to New York five years later. It is finished in white over black leather and powered by a 3.8-liter inline-six paired with a factory automatic transmission. An Alpine cassette player has been installed. The car reportedly was stored for the past five years and was recently serviced with a new battery and mechanical work as described below. This Jaguar is now offered on dealer consignment with transferable New York registration.

According to the seller, this Jaguar appears to have been repainted many years ago. Photos highlight the condition of the exterior. Cosmetic imperfections include paint chips, flaking on the hood edges, a weathered windshield seal, cracked paint on the driver-side rear wheel-well lip, flaws around the rear license-plate area, spots of rust on various corners, and other blemishes as shown in the gallery.

The brakes are said to have been serviced after the vehicle was pulled out of storage three months ago. 205/70 Michelin MXV4 tires are mounted on the factory painted 15″ wheels, which have chrome hubcaps. Each wheel shows wear and is depicted up close in the gallery. The full-size spare wheel is also mounted on a Michelin tire and sits next to a jack in the trunk. This car is said to have been featured in the 1999 film Some Fish Can Fly.

The headliner was replaced and new black upholstery was fitted in 1984 while the car resided with the current owner in San Diego. An Alpine AM/FM radio and cassette player is equipped.

Factory wood trim adorns the dashboard, window frames, and door-panel tops. A two-spoke steering wheel is present along with factory switchgear, auxiliary gauges, and main instrumentation. The five-digit odometer shows just under 18k miles, although true mileage is unknown.

The 3.8-liter straight-six sends power rearward through a column-shifted automatic transmission. After the car was removed from storage earlier this year, the fuel tank was drained, the fuel filter cleaned, the carburetors serviced, an engine oil change performed, and the battery replaced.

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