1961 JAGUAR Mk2. 3.4 MANUAL + OVERDRIVE. PEARL GREY. RED LEATHER. CHROME WIRES. £18,995.
667 UPE was built at the Jaguar factory in April 1961. It was originally fitted with a 2.4 engine but has been upgraded to the more desirable and more powerful 3.4 engine. It is mated to the 4 speed manual gearbox that has the overdrive feature. An original RHD car it was delivered to Henleys of London for a Mrs. Norman and subsequently sent overseas before returning to the UK in 1981. The large history file shows that the last owner had the car for 16 years and covered only 8,000 miles in that time. During his ownership the car was restored and invoices show over £25,000 was spent in the process. The rear arches were converted to Coombes garage specification and the work was done by the same man that converted the Coombes cars in the 1960's. The engine runs smoothly with good oil pressure and there is a new aluminium radiator. The car comes with 2 sets of wire wheels and tyres. Painted and Chrome. The interior is in red leather and is generally good for 60 years old but the drivers seat is showing its age. the wooden dash and door trims are very good and there is a rare Derrington steering wheel fitted. This is not a concours show car but a very good car for going to shows and one you can be proud to own. It looks great and goes very well. It is rare to find a good one at this price.