|Right Hand Drive|
|1966||Opalescent Silver Blue|
Record Creation: Entered on 22 September 2020.
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2020-09-16 10:36:06 | Pekka T. writes:
Car was in auction Sept. 2020
Motor Car Location: Peebleshire
17,612 miles from new
Just 2 former keepers shown on V5
Current ownership since 2000
A rare find with such low mileage and ownership
Collection of old MOT's and invoices
Letter from the former owner headed from Stobo Castle of Peeblesshire confirming the low mileage
The V8-250 was a derivative of the all-conquering MKII Jaguar although its fluted grille and more luxurious interior gave the car an air of exclusivity. Its name was drawn from its engine - a lightweight, eight-cylinder one of 2,548cc shared with the Dart. This was mated to a Borg Warner three-speed automatic or four-speed manual gearbox. Production continued until manufacture of all MKII derivatives ceased in 1969, by which time some 17,620 of the Daimler version had been made.