One of a collection of cars we have been asked to market, all of which are currently residing in the very warm climate of Spain, near Alicante where there owner has kept them since retiring there along with his collection. Very kindly he has said if you choose to go and view any of his cars, he is happy to collect you from Alicante Airport and then return you there with no obligation to buy. But please be “serious” about the purchase before going down that route.
Now at the age of 82 he has decided the time has come to move them on to their next keeper and entrusted us with the task. All of his cars are very nice running and driving examples not needing anything past some very light recommissioning from such low usage for the last couple of years. .
Needing no introduction, it being one of the most recognisable British cars of the 60’s, this superb “240” version benefits from having the slightly more powerful engine of its type over the earlier MK2 2.4s, couple this to its desirable manual with over drive gearbox and you get a real drivers “Jag” whose value continues to increase.
This is a matching numbers car with its Heritage certificate that since purchased by the current owner in 2006, has always been kept out of inclement weather and at such times, been stored in a dehumidified garage. The upshot of this is that there is no rust anywhere. Its exterior bright work including round the window frames, is as good as when it left the factory and it’s as good underneath the car as it is on top.
Interior wise its dark blue trim is virtually unmarked with lovely wood work throughout and an excellent headlining.
So yes, while the car is situated a quick plane ride away(when allowed again), if you are looking for a great example of a MK2 Jaguar you really should consider this one.
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