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P1J50461BW

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United KingdomRDM543F

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Record Creation: Entered on 15 December 2009.

 

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2009-12-15 10:40:39 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction 12/09
www.classicauctions.co.uk/lotdetail.php

Auction description:
Lot : 22
1967 Jaguar 340
SOLD for £6750
Registration No: RDM543F
Chassis No: P1J50461BW
Engine No: 7J0492-8
Colour: White
Trim Colour: Red
MOT: May 2010

Even so, as one of 2788 models made whilst the car was current, this example proves rarer than any other series-built MKII model. Described as having "very good" engine, electrical equipment, paint and bodywork, the interior is said to be "good" and the gearbox "excellent". The car had one owner from 1986-2009, working in Saudi nine months of the year he had it stored and maintained by Autostore, with all relevant records maintained. In 2005 the wood trim was refurbished, the wiring renewed and chrome wire wheels fitted. During 2006 the 340 received a re-conditioned gearbox, halogen lamp conversion with alternator upgrade plus a rebuilt starter motor, whilst in 2007 a new fuel tank was installed. Carrying an MOT until May 2010, this cherished Jaguar presents an attractive and understated case within the MKII canon.

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