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2023-08-03 09:39:03 | Bob writes:

www.hemmings.com/classifieds/listing/1967-jaguar-420-cypress-tx-2714397

MILEAGE 80,994
VIN # J67P1F26676BW
EXTERIOR British Racing Green
TRANSMISSION Auto
INTERIOR Black
ENGINE I6, 4 speed, rear drive
CONDITION Fair

DESCRIPTION
1967 Jaguar 420, British Racing Green, left-handed side driver. My father has been the owner for the past 20 years. As he is too old to drive the car anymore, he gave it to me in the hope of restoring it. My reason for selling the car is I don't have the money required to get it restored to its former glory days. The engine is fine and runs without issues. The car needs some body work, a paint job, new headliner, carpet, sun visors, and the seats need to be redone. The woodwork in the interior has been restored. The wire rims have been reproduced and purchased from "Dayton Wheel Concepts, Inc." and were bought in 2011 for $1,880.00. The receipt for these and all work done on the car have been saved and can be included in the sale. I do have the originals wire rims, but some spokes are broken, and they need to be re-chromed if used and can be included with the sale. Roughly $4,000.00 has been spent on the suspension and is in great condition. There are 2 sets of keys, a Spare Parts Catalogue for Jaguar 420, Jaguar 420 Service Manual, and Jaguar 420 Operating and Service Handbook.

Bob's comments:
The J67 in the VIN indicates that this was originally a California car.
Has factory A/C, it appears to have tinted windows from the factory.

2024-05-30 14:24:10 | Bob writes:

www.hemmings.com/auction/1967-jaguar-420-cypress-tx-727336

VEHICLE LOCATION Cypress, Texas 77429

VIN J67P1F26676BW

ODOMETER 80,400

ENGINE 4.2-liter DOHC inline-six

TRANSMISSION Automatic

EXTERIOR COLOR Dark Green

INTERIOR Black leather

SELLER Private

AUCTION TYPE No reserve

FEATURES

This 1967 Jaguar 420 Sedan, for sale at no reserve, belonged to the seller’s parents for 22 years.

A 4.2-liter DOHC inline-six was rated new at 245 horsepower and 282 lb-ft of torque.

The power is sent to the rear wheels through a three-speed automatic transmission.

The Jaguar is reported to be running.

All body panels, trim, glass, lights, and undercarriage parts appear complete.

The dark green exterior is a respray over an original Willow Green finish.

Scratches, chips, pitting, and exposed metal are seen on the exterior.

The interior wood trim was restored by the seller’s father.

The rest of the interior appears complete and in need of restoration.

The audio system is described as non-functioning.

The heat is reported to work.

The undercarriage appears original, with some surface rust.

The brakes display heavy rust.

The original wheels will be provided in addition to the wheels seen in the photos.

COMES WITH

Receipts for work done by the seller’s father.

Original wheels (not shown) in addition to the wire wheels on the car.

NEEDS

Front brakes need to be replaced.

Mechanical restoration or refurbishment is needed to make the car roadworthy.

Minor body work is required prior to painting.

New paint is needed.

Chrome parts should be re-plated.

The interior requires restoration.

OVERVIEW

This 1967 Jaguar 420 Sedan presents as a project car.

The car is reported to run.

All parts appear complete.

Restoration of the exterior, interior, and powertrain is required.

New brakes and new tires are needed before the car can be driven.

DOCUMENTATION

The seller states that this vehicle will be sold on a clean Texas title in his name. This 1967 Jaguar 420 Sedan project car, for sale at no reserve, was owned for 22 years by the seller’s parents. It appears to need a complete restoration that the seller writes he cannot afford to undertake. The car is offered in complete, running condition with “some electrical work” completed, according to the seller.

2024-06-05 17:28:12 | Bob writes:

SOLD

$2,000 Inclusive of buyer's fees

SOLD DATE: Wednesday, Jun 5th 2024, 4:45pm EDT

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