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 4.2 420 
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 1967 Dark Blue
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United KingdomAVG254D

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Record Creation: Entered on 9 April 2013.


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2013-04-08 21:24:14 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction: ...

Auction description:
Sale Date: 17th April 2013
Lot Number: 83
1967 Jaguar 420

Estimate: (£) 10,000 - 12,000

Reg Number: AVG254D
Chassis Number: P1F1269BW
Engine Number: 7E14848
Cc: 4187
Body Colour: Blue
Trim Colour: Cream
MOT ExpiryDate: Oct 2013

This apparently very original right-hand drive Jaguar was delivered new to Jersey in November 1966, transferring at some stage to the neighbouring island of Guernsey before returning to the mainland in 1972. It has remained in the same ownership for the last 42 years, during which time the vendor has carried out a rolling restoration, for which there is a full photographic record. He currently considers the bodywork, Blue paintwork and six-cylinder engine to be in "excellent" condition, the three-speed automatic transmission to be in "good" order and the Cream-coloured interior trim to be "original". An evidently much cherished motorcar that currently displays (an unwarranted) 80,500 miles and comes complete with an MOT into October, a well-used service manual and a large folder of documents including old MOTS dating back to 1982.

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