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2019-02-10 13:41:59 | pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 3/19
www.shannons.com.au/auctions/2019-shannons-melbourne-summer-classic-auction/H8AV ...

Auction description:
Lot 10
1957 Jaguar MK1 3.4 Litre 'Manual' Saloon
Guiding Range: $32,000 - $38,000
Engine 3.4 litre in-line six-cylinder
Gearbox Four-speed manual with overdrive
Engine No. KH35698
Chassis No. 772500
Body Work Saloon
Colour Red
Interior Grey
Trim Leather
Wheels Wire spoked
Brakes Disc/disc

Nice Mk1 Jaguar
$70,000 spent on restoration
Improvements to make it more useable
Current ownership for 13 years

Here we have a nicely-presented and very useable Jaguar Mk1 saloon. Our vendor bought it from a friend in Sydney in 2005, who had had it restored at the cost of $70,000 for his wedding. It was only sold reluctantly to the current owner as the newly-married owner headed back overseas. Originally a blue car, it is now nicely finished in bright red with contrasting grey leather interior. The paint is in good condition, as are the chrome accoutrements, though there is a little pitting to a couple of pieces. Chrome wires, Lucas driving lights and bullet mirrors give the outside a lovely period appeal. Inside the grey leather is in good nick too, as is the woodwork, plus there’s a nice period-looking woodrim steering wheel. To make life a little easier in modern traffic, our Mark 1 is fitted with an electric overdrive on the gearbox and rear disc brakes. Even so, it has only travelled around 2000 miles in the past 13 years according to the vendor. All there, nicely done with room for a few improvements, this Jaguar Mk1 saloon is being sold with a workshop manual and unregistered.

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