Wed, 16th Oct 2019 13:00

Imperial War Museum Duxford

  Lot 39

1963 Jaguar MK II 3.8 Litre

Sold for £25,875

(including buyers premium)

Lot details
Registration No: AAB250A
Chassis No: 231274DN

- Current ownership since 2001, large history file

- 5 speed gearbox, Coopercraft front brakes, Harvey Bailey handling kit

- Repainted in 2007 and fitted with power steering

Further info:

Colour-keyed wire wheels and Coombes-style bonnet slats add to the purposeful look of this desirable MKII, that also boasts: a pair of 2 inch SU carburettors; uprated starter motor; Kenlowe fan; Harvey Bailey handling kit; Coopercraft front brakes; power steering; and a five-speed ZF gearbox (the original is also available to the purchaser). The righthand drive home market Jaguar was restored in the mid-`90s, at which time the engine was also overhauled. It has remained in the current ownership since 2001, six years after which it was treated to a repaint in its current colour of Dark Green. The vendor currently judges `AAB 250A' to have `very good' bodywork, paintwork, Green leather interior trim, XK engine and transmission, and is offering the car complete with workshop manual and a large collection of invoices and old MOTs, plus a photographic record of the restoration. Good MKIIs remain as popular as ever, especially when equipped to this level.

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