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P217316BW

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2019-07-03 11:03:23 | pauls writes:

Car on BAT
bringatrailer.com/listing/1962-jaguar-mk-ii-13/

Auction description:
Lot #20730
Seller: mhveem
Location: Redding, California 96003
Chassis: P217316BW
19k Miles Shown, TMU
Rebuilt 3.8-Liter Inline-Six
4-Speed GM Automatic Transmission
Green over Green Leather
Aluminum Radiator
Dual SU Carburetors
Bell Stainless Steel Exhaust System
Brakes and Suspension Refreshed
Manual, Tools, Jack
Receipts from Current Ownership
Private Party or Dealer: Private Party

This 1962 Jaguar Mk II was given to the seller by a friend in 2011 and subsequently received mechanical refurbishment including a rebuild of its 3.8-liter inline-six and installation of a four-speed General Motors automatic transmission. The car is finished in green over a matching leather interior and has been further modified with a spin-on oil filter conversion, an aluminum radiator, and a stainless steel exhaust system. Service within the past 1,000 miles included tuning the dual SU carburetors as well as an oil change. This Mk II is offered with the seller’s parts receipts, a factory tool kit and jack, an owner’s manual, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.

The body wears a faded green finish which shows dents, scrapes, and scratches in the detailed gallery photos below. Factory 15″ steel wheels were media blasted, powder coated in green, and mounted with chrome hubcaps and Capitol Sport tires.

The suspension was refreshed with new bushings, shocks, and control arms. The brakes were overhauled with rebuilt calipers as well as new pads and rotors. A new brake master cylinder, booster, and flexible lines were also installed along with replacement wheel bearings and seals.

The green leather upholstery displays wear on the seating surfaces, including fading as well as splits and tears. The rear window and door seals have been replaced under current ownership. The interior and exterior lighting is said to work throughout, as are the door switches.

The wood dash houses Smiths instruments which are said to be functional with exception of the speedometer, which requires a new 90° angle drive according to the seller. The five-digit odometer shows just under 19k miles, with true mileage unknown.

The 3.8-liter inline-six was reportedly sleeved to standard bore, the crank was polished, and the rotating assembly was balanced with new pistons and bearings. Other replacement parts include the timing chains and oil pump along with the cylinder head valves, springs, and guides. A rebuilt water pump and an aluminum radiator handle cooling, while induction is from dual SU carburetors which were rebuilt during the initial work and tuned in the past 1,000 miles. The fuel tank was boiled and sealed, and an aftermarket fuel pump was fitted.

Spent gases exit through a Bell Stainless Steel exhaust system. The stock transmission was swapped for a rebuilt GM Hydramatic 700R4 using a conversion kit from John’s Jags. A new flex plate, torque converter, auxiliary transmission cooler, and high-torque starter were also installed along with a custom driveshaft. The seller notes an oil leak from the scroll-type rear main seal. The power steering pump was rebuilt during the mechanical refurbishment.

An owner’s handbook, a factory tool kit and jack, and the seller’s receipts for parts are included in the sale.

2022-06-15 07:33:12 | pauls writes:

Car returns to BAT

bringatrailer.com/listing/1962-jaguar-mk-ii-27/

Auction description:

Seller: Bentley3

Location: Brunswick, Maine 04011

Chassis: P217316BW

21k Miles Shown, TMU

3.8L Inline-Six

700R4 4-Speed Automatic Transmission

Green Paint

Green Leather Upholstery

Dual SU Carburetors

Painted 15" Steel Wheels

4-Wheel Disc Brakes

Bright Bumpers & Trim

Push-Button AM Radio

Tool Kit

Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate

Service Records

Private Party or Dealer: Dealer

Lot #76703

This 1962 Jaguar Mk II sedan spent time in California before being acquired by the current owner on BaT in July 2019, who relocated it to Maine. Finished in green over matching leather upholstery, the car underwent a refurbishment under previous ownership consisting of overhauling the engine and fitting a four-speed GM automatic transmission. Additional equipment includes dual SU carburetors, four-wheel disc brakes, a spin-on oil filter conversion, rear picnic tray tables, and a push-button AM radio. Service performed under current ownership consisted of rebuilding the cylinder head, replacing the timing components, and fitting a PerTronix electronic ignition module. This Mark II is now offered at no reserve on dealer consignment with a Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate, service records, a tool kit, and Maine registration.

The body was finished from the factory in Opalescent Dark Green and was wet-sanded and polished under current ownership, and a replacement windshield was installed. Exterior brightwork includes chrome trim, side mirrors, and bumpers with overriders. A refinish was applied to the passenger-side front fender under previous ownership and has now deteriorated. Other blemishes including a dent on the roof and a crease on the front passenger door visible.

Body-color 15″ steel wheels wear polished covers and are mounted with 185-series Vredestein Sprint ST tires mounted in 2019. A replacement power steering rack sourced from a Jaguar XJS was reportedly installed under current ownership.

The cabin features seats upholstered in worn Suede Green leather that is in need of replacement along with matching door panels and carpets. Equipment includes a push-button AM radio, aftermarket center console-mounted cupholders, toggle switches for vehicle functions, and a turn signal switch relocated to the right side of the steering column. The heater core and associated hoses were replaced and the interior wood trim was reportedly refurbished under current ownership. The door seals were also concurrently replaced, while the door windlace is in need of replacement. Tears in the upholstery and carpeting as well as wear on the armrests can be seen up close in the gallery below, and wiring can be seen protruding from below the dash.

A wood-rimmed Moto Lita steering wheel with a Jaguar horn button sits ahead of a wood-veneer dashboard housing Smiths instrumentation that includes a 140-mph speedometer and a 6k-rpm tachometer with an inset analog clock. Auxiliary gauges in the center stack include displays for coolant temperature, oil pressure, fuel level, and amperage. The five-digit odometer was inoperative for a time and now shows 21k miles. Total mileage is unknown. The speedometer cable and drive were replaced under current ownership.

The 3.8-liter inline-six was overhauled under previous ownership with a replacement oil pump, pistons, and connecting rod bearings as well as a rebored engine block. The dual SU carburetors were rebuilt and an aluminum radiator and stainless-steel exhaust system were fitted at that time. Service performed under current ownership included rebuilding the cylinder head and replacing the timing components following a chain tensioner failure, as well as replacing the battery and fitting a PerTronix electronic ignition system with a Flame Thrower coil.

Power is delivered to the rear wheels via an overhauled GM 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission that was fitted under previous ownership using a conversion kit from John’s Cars. Operation is by a console-mounted Lokar shifter. A transmission service consisting of a fluid, filter, and pan gasket replacement was performed in late 2021. Corrosion is noted in the wheel wells.

The Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate shows factory colors and equipment along with a May 1, 1961 manufacture date. An owner’s manual, wiring diagrams, and service records are also included in the sale.

The chassis number P217316BW. The Maine registration indicates a VIN of 62P217316BW.

The car does not have a title, as it is registered in a state that does not issue titles for a vehicle of its age. It is being sold on its registration.

2022-06-21 19:01:06 | Captain RD writes:

Sold for $158,000 on 6/21/22

Car on BAT

2022-06-21 19:02:30 | Captain RD writes:

Sold for $12,800 on 6/21/22

Car on BAT

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