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United KingdomNHU743

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Record Creation: Entered on 16 September 2017.

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Owner: David Ashworth

Mainly interested in Jaguar XK150, 140, 120 and Jaguar Mk V

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Updated September 21st, 2013. Not legal proof of ownership.

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2013-09-19 08:08:46 | Lofty writes:

owner - Roland Stoate

2014-03-11 18:34:29 | pauls writes:

Car now on ebay:
www.ebay.com/itm/161229103529
Classified ad asking GBP 35,000.

Sellers description:
For sale by auction on Saturday 08 March 2014 with Historics at Brooklands, Brooklands Motor Racing Circuit, Weybridge, Surrey.

We are proud to offer this Jaguar Mk V manufactured on the 2nd
October 1950 and today is presented with Royal Ivory coachwork and
dark tan leather. It benefits from the larger and more powerful 3½
litre engine that, according to the vendor, happily cruises at an
indicated 70mph. The Jaguar Heritage Certificate confirms that this
Mk V is an original UK right hand drive, matching numbers example.
The original supplying dealer was Western Motors, of Bristol; in
fact, the dealer's badge still sits proudly upon the dashboard. A
record of all ownership history has been researched and listed and
includes; this includes the first owner recorded on the Heritage
Certificate.

Originally black, the coachwork was refinished in its current
colour in 1992 and still presents well with only small areas of
paint defects that do not detract from the overall splendid look of
this Jaguar. No corrosion is evident on the upper surfaces and a
look underneath shows the chassis to be in clean order also. The
steel sunroof operates without drama. On the inside, the dark tan
interior is inviting, whilst the leather is in excellent order with
only a few very minor scuffs to it. The woodwork and veneers have
survived well with the dashboard and door cappings having been
recently re-finished. A set of new carpets and door cards have also
been fitted.

Mechanically, this Jaguar has benefitted from regular services and
replacement parts including a voltage control box, 2 new front
tyres, ignition points, spark plugs, cooling system hoses, fan
belt, hand brake cables, gear selector rubber, headlight reflector,
exhaust mountings, number plates and an electric manually
controlled Kenlow cooling fan. On a recent test, this Mk V started
2nd turn when cold and once warmed up drove extremely well and
easily. Gauges operated and displayed the correct readings whilst
the car drove in a relaxed manner without wandering all over the
road; a testament to the condition of the chassis and the vendor's
determination to maintain this Jaguar well after investing
approximately £5000 in its upkeep during ownership. Although MoT
test exempt, the car has an MoT test certificate valid until 10th
February 2015 and Historic tax valid until the end of August
2014.

An extensive history file accompanies NHU 743 and includes the
previously mentioned Jaguar Heritage Certificate as well as old MoT
certificates, tax discs (including a facsimile of the original),
invoices and receipts, photographs (in its previous colour) and the
history of all owners from new. There are also two Jaguar
Enthusiasts magazines; one of which from March 1998 features NHU
743 on the front cover, while the other from October 2013 has a
photograph of the car on page 94.

The magnificent bonnet and grill, its elegant flowing lines and its
fully working semaphore indicators give this Jaguar Mk V a charm of
its own. This surely represents an ideal opportunity for the lucky
new owner given the very keen estimate.

2015-06-25 14:47:11 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 7/15
www.coys.co.uk/auction.php

Auction description:
Lot 162 - 1950 Jaguar MK V
Estimate: £25,000 - £30,000
Registration Number: NHU 743
Chassis Number: 624565

This example presented in cream with tan hide and carpets, has been carefully looked after throughout its ownership which is known back to 1950, and through 8 recorded owners. The car featured on the front cover of Jaguar Enthusiasts Magazine in the March 1998 edition, a copy of the magazine is included within the history file of the car.

Chassis 624565 has had a lot of work done to it thoughout its lifetime, to ensure the lovely quality of this wonderful Jaguar is as it should be. Described by the vendor as being in good overall condition with a particular mention of the chassis being in excellent condition.

Recent work has included a major overhaul of the brakes, rebuilt carburettors with the wheels being powder coated, with new carpets and recovered door cards within the past few years, this car presents very nicely indeed.

2017-09-17 03:53:51 | pauls writes:

Car returned to auction 7/17
www.handh.co.uk/buy/1950-jaguar-mk-v-35-litre-saloon/14130

Auction description:
Date 26/07/2017
Location Imperial War Museum Duxford
Lot No 9
Make Jaguar
Model MK V 3.5 Litre Saloon
Year 1950
Vehicle Registration NHU 743
Chassis Number 624565
Engine Number Z.3493
CC 3500
Body Colour Ivory
Trim Colour Brown
MOT Expiry Exempt
Estimate £24000 - 26000*

- Heritage Certificate and detailed history file
- Repainted in Ivory White retaining the original tan interior
- Carburettors and dynamo rebuilt, said to drive "very well"

Originally finished in black, NHU 743 was supplied new via Henleys Ltd of London in 1950. The car was repainted in Ivory White in 1980 and retains its original Tan leather interior. A very well-maintained example, it has covered just c.105,000 miles in its 67 year life, the vendor informing us the car "drives very well", having been subject to a recent carburettor and dynamo overhaul together with the fitment of new engine mounts. The 3.5 litre engine is coupled to the original four speed transmission whilst starting is aided by an aftermarket electric choke. Offered with Swansea V5C, original owner's manual, Heritage Certificate and a detailed history file which includes many previous invoices and old MOTs

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