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P219239DN

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2013-09-29 21:16:23 | pauls writes:

Saw the car at the British Invasion, Stowe, Vermont 9/21/13

2021-04-22 07:26:32 | pauls writes:

Car on BAT

bringatrailer.com/listing/1962-jaguar-mk-ii-19/_source=dm&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2021-04-22

Auction description:

Lot #47030

Seller: StuB

Location: Branford, Connecticut 06405

Chassis: P219239DN

74k Miles Shown, TMU

Matching-Numbers 3.8-Liter Inline-Six

4-Speed Manual Transmission w/ Overdrive

Refinished in Blue

Red Leather Upholstery

Chrome 15" Dayton Wire Wheels

Rack & Pinion Power Steering

Electrohydraulic Power-Steering Pump

Alternator Conversion

Aluminum Radiator w/ Electric Fan

Stainless-Steel Exhaust System

RetroAir Air Conditioning

RetroSound AM/FM Radio w/ Bluetooth

Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate

Private Party Or Dealer: Dealer

This 1962 Jaguar Mk II was first registered in San Diego, California and is said to have spent time Washington and Texas before it was acquired by the current owner and relocated to Connecticut in 2013. A subsequent refurbishment involved the body being stripped and refinished in metallic blue over a reupholstered red leather interior, and power comes from a matching-numbers 3.8-liter inline-six paired with a replacement four-speed manual transmission with overdrive. Modifications include replacement Dayton 15″ chrome wire wheels, a power-assisted steering-rack conversion, an electrohydraulic power-steering pump, a stainless-steel exhaust system, an alternator conversion, an aluminum radiator with an electric fan, LED interior lighting, a RetroSound AM/FM radio with Bluetooth connectivity, and RetroAir air conditioning. The parking brake is said to have been serviced and the transmission and overdrive fluids flushed in November 2020. This Mark 2 is offered by the selling dealer on behalf of the current owner with a Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate, service records from current ownership, awards from car shows and concours events, removed air cleaners and plenum, and transferable Connecticut registration in the owner’s name.

Originally finished in Cream, the car is said to have been media blasted and refinished in Opalescent Dark Blue by Final Finish of Branford, Connecticut during a three-year refurbishment conducted under current ownership. Rust in the door bottoms and lower fenders reportedly was repaired using steel patch panels, and other work included replacing or refinishing chrome trim. Many of the photos were taken in 2019.

Chrome-finished Dayton 15″ wire wheels are held in place by two-eared knock-off nuts and mounted with 185-HR15 Vredestein Sprint Classic tires. Braking is handled by four-wheel discs, and the parking-brake pads were adjusted in November 2020. Other brake work carried out during current ownership is said to have included installing a replacement master cylinder, calipers, rotors, and EBC Green Stuff pads. The tie rods, suspension bushings, and springs also were replaced, and an XKs Unlimited rack-and-pinion power-steering conversion and an electrohydraulic power-steering pump have been installed.

Originally trimmed in beige, the interior has been reupholstered in red leather using materials from BAS Ltd. The woodwork is said to have been refinished during the refurbishment, and additional interior amenities include matching red carpets, RetroAir air conditioning, LED interior lighting, a locking glove compartment, fold-down tray tables for rear-seat occupants, and a RetroSound AM/FM radio with Bluetooth connectivity.

The two-spoke steering wheel features a chrome horn ring and fronts a wood dashboard that houses Smiths instrumentation including a 140-mph speedometer, a 6k-rpm tachometer, and centrally mounted auxiliary gauges. Instrumentation is backlit using LED lighting. The five-digit odometer indicates 74k miles, approximately 10k of which have been added by the current owner. Actual chassis mileage is unknown, and the selling dealer states that the speedometer and the tachometer have been rebuilt by Nisonger Instruments of Mamaroneck, New York.

The 3.8-liter inline-six breathes through twin SU carburetors under individual K&N air cleaners and was factory rated to make 220 horsepower and 245 lb-ft of torque. The engine is said to have rebuilt and balanced by Brainerd’s Garage of Branford, Connecticut—the selling dealer—during the refurbishment. Other work has included rebuilding the distributor, performing an alternator conversion, replacing the wiring harness, fitting a stainless-steel exhaust system, and installing an aluminum radiator with an electric fan. The oil was changed in November 2020.

The stamping in the cylinder head, LB8289-9, matches the number shown on the data plate and on the Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate. A similar stamping on the engine block is pictured.

Power is sent to the rear wheels through an overdrive-equipped synchronized four-speed manual transmission that reportedly was sourced from a later Jaguar Mk II and rebuilt by Quantum Mechanics of Oxford, Connecticut. Other work included fitting a custom driveshaft as well as replacing the clutch and its cylinders. The transmission and overdrive unit are said to have been flushed during the November 2020 service. Fluid leaks are noted from the engine and the transmission, and additional images showing the condition of the underside are included in the gallery below.

The Jaguar Heritage Trust certificate reveals the car’s original color scheme, serial number, and initial dispatch date to the United States in November 1961. Other documentation accompanying the car includes service records from current and prior ownership as well as awards from car shows and concours events.

2021-04-29 08:51:57 | Captain RD writes:

Car on BAT auction

SOLD FOR $44,000 ON 4/28/21

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