With Jaguar Heritage now restoring and selling original E-Types for around £500,000, surely it is just a matter of time before they turn their attention to another icon of the 60s – the Mk2.
If you want to get ahead of the pack we recommend you seriously consider this wonderful example which has never been damaged, never had rust and has a complete history.
It is the earliest Mk2 in existence, and is RHD 3.4 chassis #3.
It’s perfectionist and Jaguar expert owner/restorer died unexpectedly, and his wife is selling the car. Remarkably though, nobody has snapped up the opportunity yet.
Everything about the car is perfect and original – down to the generator. Little differences on this handmade body have all been retained and it is ready to show or enjoy.
It is even road registered with the original number!
I am happy to help put anyone onto this classic, and have documentation to go with it. I can put them onto the owner to deal directly, and it can be purchased I know for under £70,000. I have no financial interest in it but am keen to help.
It would cost much more than that to restore any Mk2 and it would not be to this standard – let alone being 3.4 chassis #3.
E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can pass you on to the owner.
This is one of those vehicles which in years to come people are going to say: “Why didn’t you tell me about it – and it sold for only what?”
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