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Record Creation: Entered on 24 July 2013.
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2013-07-21 16:30:38 | Mateusz writes:
This car is for sale here:
2013-07-24 02:58:36 | Pekka T. writes:
Hi, nice find!
Really weird colour for a MKIV, but not two-tone for a change! Cheers!
2013-07-24 10:53:51 | pauls writes:
This Jaguar Mk IV is 99 percent complete and in good running condition. It is a numbers matching car and has been in the possession of the current owner since 1958. Mileage shown on odometer cannot be confirmed. It is believed that there is only one other owner from new and the car was purchased new in CA. The car has always been in CA. until 10 years ago. The car is now located in Klamath Falls, OR. The engine and drivetrain have been reconditioned and are mechanically sound and operate smoothly. The exhaust system is solid and provides quiet engine operation. Virtually all systems and components operate (clock intermittent). While the car has been reupholstered, repainted, and had some re-chroming done, it has never been restored. There are numerous small dents in the body and scratches, and chips in the paint. The chrome and trim is in good to fair condition throughout. The interior shows significant wear on the driver's seat left bolster and welting. Seat padding in several areas is fair, good in all others. Carpet is in fair condition throughout. The headliner, while in good condition, is not correct to the car. All interior wood trim is in poor condition but suitable for repair and new veneers. Door to body gaps and alignment needs significant attention as does the spare tire access door. The sunroof requires sheet metal body work, alignment, and mechanism repair. The "Tri-plex" glass is all original to the car and several pieces, most notably the windshield, have scratches that might be able to be polished out but they are all serviceable as is. Windows crank smoothly through their full travel. Rubber and window "fuzzies" are in poor to non existent condition. The doors are in primer where sheet metal patch panels have been welded in. The rest of the car appears to be rust free from top to bottom, chassis, underneath body panels and floor, with the exception of the right wing running light pod which shows five small nail head sized rust bubbles under the paint where the pod joins the wing (note: body has never been removed from frame). The left front wheel has been re-laced with new S.S. spokes and nipples. The car comes with enough additional S.S. spokes and nipples to complete 4 more wheels (3 driving wheels and the spare). Running wheels are fitted with 4 new tires. The tool kit is complete with the exception of one "tube" socket, and the car comes with an owner's instruction book and service manual (reprints). There are a number of "spares" that come with the car. One example is a set of sealed beam headlight adapters to replace the original P-100 lenses, reflectors, and bulb sockets, if updated driving lights are desired. Existing P100 headlights are fitted with very rare stone guards and the car is also equipped with very desirable and rare, model correct, Lucas driving lights. Items known to be missing are two, interior, rear door handle escutcheons, sun visors (one sun visor mount bracket comes with the car), one tube socket from the tool box, mentioned above, and the sunroof operation handle is broken but a replacement can be sourced from several other cars such as Mk V, Mk VII, Mk IX, etc. Also note that the rear view mirror shown in the attached photos is from an XK 140, the correct mirror has been located and will be installed ASAP. 75k miles.
2013-09-02 07:48:25 | pauls writes:
Car returns to ebay 9/2/13
Car has a buy it now price of $37,500 for 6 days. 75k miles.
Previous auction received no bids.
2017-04-22 04:50:16 | Pekka T. writes:
Added the gearbox number although I am not 100% sure on all digits.