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Record Creation: Entered on 10 December 2023.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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2017-05-06 11:05:23 | pauls writes:

Car offered at:

bringatrailer.com/listing/1964-jaguar-mk-ii/

Auction description:

Lot #4167

Location: Toronto, Canada

Chassis: 223566.DN

57,400 Miles

Single family ownership

Documentation from new

Original 3.8L Engine

4-Speed Manual with Overdrive

Highly Original and Preserved

Private Party or Dealer: Private Party

This 1964 Jaguar MkII was purchased new by the seller's father who owned the car continuously for 52 years until he passed away last year. The car has 57,400 miles which are documented with service records back to new. The original 3.8L engine remains in the car along with the 4-speed manual transmission with overdrive. From 1968-1972 the car was campaigned extensively at JCNA shows in the Northeast and once held the very unofficial title of winningest JCNA concours car of all time. Included in sale are many JCNA trophies from Toronto, New York, Detroit, Philadelphia, Washington, and Boston.

The front fenders, hood and, doors resprayed for stone chips around 1970, and the remainder of the paint remains original. Other than that paint work, tires, battery, and maintenance items, the entire car remains as it left the factory. The seller says that the clock doesn't work and that the speedometer wanders by about 20 mph. He states that "My mother couldn't turn the non-power steering so it ended up garaged. In 1973 the 55 mph speed limit was enacted and we mostly stopped showing the car. Also included is original bill of sale.

The wood dash remains in very good condition and the seller's father's name resides on the plaque on the glove compartment door. The leather upholstery is greyish-blue and is all original. The seatbacks feature fold-down trays for gambling or drink service, and the rear door no-draft windows have never been opened.

Original photographs of the JCNA events from the period are included.

In the late '80s there was a Jaguar coffee table book by Paul Skilleter that contains a picture of this car's engine bay on page 53.

The last oil change was in 2016 and the original 3.8L engine runs well.

The factory number plate is included but off the car. A reproduction plate was installed on the car years ago for show purposes. On that topic, here is the seller's input:

"The original number plate was damaged by the end of a socket wrench back in the 70's when my father was switching the exhaust manifolds. We had two sets of exhaust manifolds and generally switched them at every show (and then sent the 'old' set away to be refinished for the next show). I guess the number plates were pretty soft metal for ease of stamping. A duplicate is in the car but if you look at it closely its obviously engraved rather than stamped."

2017-05-12 14:09:47 | capt RD writes:

SOLD - $27,000 May 11 2017

2023-12-03 09:37:32 | pauls writes:

Car returns to BAT

bringatrailer.com/listing/1964-jaguar-mk-ii-10/

Auction description:

Seller: M_Edward

Location: Tucson, Arizona 85750

Chassis: 223566DN

62k Miles Shown

3.8L-Liter Inline-Six

Four-Speed Manual Transmission w/Overdrive

Opalescent Blue Paint

Blue Leather Upholstery

Body-Color 15" Steel Wheels

Four-Wheel Disc Brakes

Twin SU Carburetors

Stainless-Steel Exhaust System

Driving Lights

Chrome Bumpers w/Overriders

Three-Point Front Seat Belts

Fold-Down Rear Tray Tables

Wood Interior Trim

Car Show Awards

Manufacturer's Literature

Partial Service Records

Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate

Private Party or Dealer: Private Party

Lot #130272

This 1964 Jaguar Mk II was sold new through Jaguar Cars Canada Limited and remained with the same family until it was acquired by the seller on BaT in May 2017. Now showing 62k miles, the car is finished in Opalescent Blue over blue leather upholstery and is powered by a 3.8-liter inline-six mated to a four-speed manual transmission with overdrive. Additional equipment includes body-color 15″ steel wheels, four-wheel disc brakes, twin SU carburetors, and a stainless-steel exhaust system, as well as driving lights, three-point front seat belts, fold-down rear tray tables, and wood interior trim. Work under current ownership included installing four-piston front brake calipers, replacing the exhaust system and fuel pump, and rebuilding the carburetors. This Mk II is now offered at no reserve with car show awards, a fire extinguisher, manufacturer’s literature, partial service records, a Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate, a clean Arizona title in the seller’s name.

The car left the factory finished in Opalescent Blue, and the front fenders, hood, and doors are said to have been repainted under previous ownership. Exterior details include a Leaper hood ornament, chrome bumpers with overriders, driving lights, front lighting stone guards, a driver-side mirror, front and rear vent windows, rear fender skirts, and twin exhaust outlets. Dull and chipped paint are present.

Body-color 15″ steel wheels wear bright hubcaps and trim rings and are mounted with 185-series Vredestein Sprint Classic tires. The four-wheel disc brakes are said to have been overhauled during current ownership and modified with four-piston front calipers and XKE-style rear components.

The cabin is equipped with seating trimmed in blue leather upholstery along with a color-coordinated center console, door panels, and carpets. Wood veneer trim accents the dashboard, window surrounds, and door panel tops, and additional appointments include three-point front seat belts, rear lap belts, a dash-mounted reading light and toggle switches, a locking glove compartment, a cabin heater, fold-down rear tray tables, and a trunk-mounted fire extinguisher. Wear in the wood trim is present, as are areas of discoloration in the seat upholstery and carpets.

The two-spoke steering wheel fronts Smiths instrumentation that includes a 140-mph speedometer, a tachometer, and centrally positioned auxiliary gauges. The five-digit odometer shows 62k miles, approximately 4k of which were added by the seller. The clock is nonfunctional.

The 3.8-liter inline-six features dual-overhead camshafts and twin SU carburetors. The carburetors are said to have been rebuilt, the fuel pump replaced, and a stainless-steel exhaust system installed under current ownership. The carburetors were cleaned and an oil change carried out in 2022.

Power is sent to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission with overdrive.

Documentation accompanying the car includes manufacturer’s literature, service records, and a Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate detailing colors, serial numbers, and production details.

The seller states the previously removed data plate was re-installed during current ownership.

2023-12-10 19:52:58 | Capt RD writes:

Sold for $24,500 on 12/10/23

Car on BAT - again

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