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Record Creation: Entered on 28 December 2021.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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2016-03-15 19:10:30 | SALOON Data writes:

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  • Last Seen was changed from 2015 to 2016
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    2015-09-02 06:59:52 | pauls writes:

    Ebay item 9/2/15
    www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-Other-Mark-1-Saloon-MKI-/181854395491
    Car has a buy it now price of $37,500 for 6 days.

    Sellers description:
    A Super Rare and unrestored example of a 1958 Jaguar Mark 1 Saloon Time Capsule with only 16825 ACTUAL miles. This Jaguar was purchased new in 1958 from Russell Scala Jaguar in Hartford, CT and then kept on a Castle like home in Meriden, CT where it was mainly chauffeur driven. In 1984 it was sold to a neighbor who had it featured in Jaguar International Magazine's March of 1987 Issue. During his ownership he gave the Mark 1 a paint respray in the original Jaguar black and still shows excellent today. The Jaguar was given to his son as a wedding gift in 2008 who had the engine rebuilt, polished and detailed. The very rare automatic transmission was completely rebuilt less than 300 miles ago and shifts flawlessly. The original and perfectly tuned 3.4 liter 6 cylinder engine runs super smooth and powerful with an amazing and unique exhaust note. Another recent completion was the custom installation of a Vicarage power steering unit system special ordered from London, England. This specially made for a Mark 1 Jaguar is a Rack n pinion steering with Billet aluminum pullys. A very costly modification approaching $5000 with parts and labor but makes for a much more pleasurable driving experience. The completely original interior is as beautiful as the exterior. The Saddle leather drivers bench seat does show years of patina but it would be a shame to replace such originality. Original carpets door panels, headliner and wood trim are all in very good original condition as well. A beautiful custom Moto-Lita wood steering wheel was just installed and the original is included. Custom made Coco mats were installed for the perfect added class. Along with the sale comes the original owners manuals, service receipts and Jaguar Magazine print out.

    2016-01-06 00:01:09 | pauls writes:

    Car to be at auction 1/16
    www.mecum.com/lot-detail/FL0116-235145/0/1958-Jaguar-MK1-Saloon/Automatic/

    Auction description:
    Lot K192 // Kissimmee 2016 // Jan 15-24
    1958 Jaguar MK1 Saloon
    - Unrestored
    - 16,600 miles
    - Featured in Jaguar International Magazine in March, 1987
    - Rare automatic transmission
    - Custom Vicarage power steering

    2016-03-15 01:23:29 | pauls writes:

    Car to return to auction 5/16
    www.mecum.com/lot-detail/SC0516-240861/0/1958-Jaguar-MK1-Saloon/Automatic/

    Auction description:
    Lot F44 // Indianapolis 2016 // May 17-21

    1958 Jaguar MK1 Saloon
    - Unrestored
    - 16,600 miles
    - Rare automatic transmission
    - Custom Vicarage power steering

    2016-06-22 21:05:44 | pauls writes:

    Car to return to auction 8/16
    www.mecum.com/lots/CA0816-244168/1958-jaguar-mki-saloon/

    Auction description:
    Lot T107 Monterey 2016 Aug 18-20
    1958 Jaguar MkI Saloon
    Twin Cam 3.4L, Rare Automatic
    Custom Vicarage power steering
    Black with Saddle leather interior
    Polished walnut dashboard and steering wheel
    Split bench seat
    Heater
    Smiths gauges
    Driver's side mirror
    Bumper guards
    Fog lamps
    Belted radial Whitewall tires
    Painted wheels with chrome hubcaps
    Leaping Jaguar hood mascot

    2016-09-19 16:44:45 | pauls writes:

    Car to return to auction 10/16
    www.mecum.com/lots/CH1016-257374/1958-jaguar-mki-saloon/

    Auction description:
    Lot F173 Chicago 2016 Oct 6-8
    1958 Jaguar MkI Saloon

    Otherwise same as above

    2017-05-03 15:34:08 | pauls writes:

    Car to return to auction 5/17

    www.mecum.com/lots/SC0517-281921/1958-jaguar-mki-saloon/

    Auction description:

    Lot T78.1 Indy 2017 May 16-20

    1958 Jaguar MkI Saloon

    Otherwise same as above.

    Sold for $22,500.

    2017-06-13 04:36:39 | pauls writes:

    Car now offered here:
    classicshowcase.com/index.php/inventory/detail/565

    Sellers description:
    1958 Jaguar Mark I 3.4 Saloon
    Specifications
    Current condition: DRIVER
    Performance: Twin cam 3.4L inline 6-cylinder engine, with 2 SU carbs
    Transmission: Borg Warner automatic transmission
    Suspension: Independent front suspension features double wishbones, coil springs, telescopic dampers, and an anti-roll bar The live rear axle uses a simplified version of the D-Type suspension, with inverted semi-elliptic springs cantilevered into the main body frame
    Color exterior: Black
    Color interior: Cinnamon (leather)
    Features: Custom Vicarage power steering, period AM Radio
    Mileage: 16,851
    Wheels: Steel wheels and hubcaps
    Tires: Whitewall Cooper Trendsetter SE 205/75/15
    Brakes: Four-wheel disc brakes
    Vin #: S986312BW
    Engine #: KE3049-8
    Gearbox #: 11171
    Other 1: Body Number: 2906

    This highly original Mark I Saloon still presents in its original color combination of Black and Cinnamon. Its leather interior has been kept in its original condition, showing slight patina, which is normal for a car of this age. The rest of the interior is just as original, from its polished wood dash and steering wheel, split bench seating, and its Smiths gauges. The Mark I is scheduled for a full mechanical service, and an aesthetic detailing, but the paint and chrome are good and serviceable as is. The Saloon is a great candidate for the collector that desires to take this car to a higher level such as Show/Driver, or Show, level condition. This Jaguar may be purchased "as-is", or you may commission Classic Showcase to restore it to the level of your choosing. Mark I examples are one of the rarest models in the family of Jaguars, and as such, rarely come on the market, especially in such nice condition.

    2023-06-09 16:26:30 | pauls writes:

    Car to be at auction 6/23

    barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/1958-JAGUAR-MARK-I-268098

    Auction Las Vegas 2023

    Reserve NO RESERVE

    Lot341.1

    1958 JAGUAR MARK I

    VINS986312BW

    Exterior Color BLACK

    Interior Color CINNAMON

    Cylinders6

    Engine Size 3.4

    Transmission 3-SPEED AUTOMATIC

    This classic 1958 Jaguar Mark I comes with a twin-cam 3.4-liter inline-6-cylinder engine fitted with two SU carburetors paired with a BorgWarner 3-speed automatic transmission. It is equipped with double wishbone independent front suspension with coilover springs, telescopic dampers, drum brakes, steel wheels and hubcaps, and power steering. The interior features its original leather seats in Cinnamon saddle leather, Smith gauges, walnut dashboard and trim. This Mark I comes with two manuals, a service manual and a hardback 270-page illustrated manual.

    2023-08-19 05:41:15 | pauls writes:

    Car returns to ebay 8/19/23

    www.ebay.com/itm/394822908925

    Current bid: $2,158 reserve not met, 4 bids, 9 days left in auction, seller motoexotica, 17k miles, car now in Fenton, Missouri

    Seller's description:

    The car was purchased new in 1958 from Russell Scala Jaguar in Hartford, Connecticut, then kept on a castle-like home in nearby Meriden, where it was mainly chauffeur driven.

    In 1984, it was sold to a neighbor who had it featured in Jaguar International Magazine's March of 1987 Issue. During his ownership he gave the Mark 1 a paint re-spray in the original Jaguar black and still shows in very good overall condition today. The bodywork is straight and solid and the engine bay is tidy. The cargo area is clean and the chrome bumpers fit tightly to the body.

    The Jaguar was given to his son as a wedding gift in 2008, who had the engine rebuilt, polished and detailed. The very rare automatic transmission was completely rebuilt less than 300 miles ago and shifts flawlessly. The original and perfectly tuned 3.4-liter six-cylinder engine runs super smooth and powerful with an amazing and unique exhaust note.

    This big cat rolls on Cooper Trendsetter SE radials, size 205/75R15 at all four corners. Each tire is mounted on a steel wheel and topped with full wheel covers. The tires and wheels are all in very good order. The car has four-wheel disc brakes, state-of-the-art for the time. The car features independent front suspension with double wishbones, coil springs, telescopic dampers and an anti-roll bar. The live rear axle uses a simplified version of the D-Type suspension, with inverted semi-elliptic springs cantilevered into the main body frame

    Another recent completion was the custom installation of a Vicarage power steering unit system special ordered from London, England. This specially made for a Mark 1 Jaguar is a rack-and-pinion unit with billet aluminum pulleys. A very costly modification approaching $5,000 with parts and labor but makes for a much more pleasurable driving experience.

    The completely original interior is as beautiful as the exterior. The Cinnamon Connolly original saddle leather driver's bench seat does show years of patina but it would be a shame to replace such originality. Original Wilton Wool carpets are woven in the front but are covered by a new set of coco mats. Door panels, headliner and wood trim are all in very good original condition as well. A beautiful custom Moto-Lita wood steering wheel was just installed and the original is included. Custom-made Coco mats were installed for the perfect added class. Along with the sale comes the original owner's manuals, service receipts and Jaguar Magazine printout.

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