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  • RefCode: TA1165533
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: MARK 2
  • Derivative: 3.8 Manual
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,965
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

This fantastic looking uprated car is a true drivers car and comes with an exceptional history and background of extensive overseas long distance touring. The car has been driven to us from Gloucestershire and has recently undergone over 12,500 of work to include a fully re-trimmed leather upholstery, freshly painted body colour wires, Coombs style spats, some paint re-finishing work and a brake overhaul to include new calipers. The Jaguar is finished in its original colour of Indigo Blue, is equipped with an impressive 3.8 litre engine and not only does the car present as a very sporty looking, usable MKII, it's also incredible quick and quite simply first class to drive. CWV 59C started life with a Wiltshire based lady owner in 1965, leaving the factory in Indigo Blue with Grey leather upholstery. The Jaguar stayed with its first owner for 22 years, covering 75000 miles with its original service book stamped up having had 10 services. In 1987 the lady sold the MKII to its second owner who's planwas to extensively tour with the car. The car was sold in totally standard specification with its factory supplied 2.4 litre engine but its new owner on one of its early touring trips to France was finding the car underpowered. At this point, a rebuilt 3.8 litre unit was fitted along with an improved Jaguar rear axle making the car far more powerful with relaxed higher cruising speeds. The Jaguar was now ready for more serious touring and covered 27,000 miles with its second owner, and many of them on the European Continent. The car took part in many JEC events, picked up awards and having reliably toured Europe for so many years should give its next owner lots of confidence. In 2012 the MKII was treated to a bare metal re-paint that included removal of all brightwork and the doors. The car was ready for fresh paintwork and any new metal work required was taken care of. There are photos recording the work and several years on from this we can report a stunning gleaming paint finish and excellentstraight panels. The door fit is superb and the car has wonderful straight lines right throughout the car. Chromework has all been replaced, as have all the tyres and the recent addition of painted wires and Coombs style spats really give the car a long distance touring, 'race' look. The underside is structurally superb and presents well as a car that has never spent any point in its life being neglected. Whilst the car is modified in several respects, there are lovely signs of originality with this car too. It still retains its tool kit, originally supplied registration mark, buff logbook, service book and presents in its original colour scheme. The interior of the car is beautiful having had the seats re-foamed and completely re-trimmed in high quality leather. New carpets, door cards and kick panels have all be trimmed and tailor fitted to the car, the centre console fully re-trimmed and a new headlining and boot mat are also in place. The engine bay is correct, well presented and fits with auseable, regularly driven MKII. This is a special car, it must be as good as they come driving wise and it has truly stunning looks having had the recent cosmetic expenditure. This car is perfect for on the Continent touring, it has proven reliable, great fun and it can be driven anywhere with confidence. The engine is super fit and strong holding excellent oil pressure, it delivers a lovely raspy exhaust note and the all syncromesh gearbox is effortless to use with a smooth overdrive coming in and out. This is a superbly fettled car and it needs to be driven. Price: 49,995

CALL 01944 758000
  • RefCode: TA1173422
  • Make: JENSEN
  • Model: INTERCEPTOR
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,973
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

The 1966 London Motor Show saw the launch of the Jensen Interceptor, designed by Carrozzeria Touring of Milan. Jensen's new model saw a radical change after the fibre glass body construction of the CV8 and 541 models. The Interceptor featured an all steel body and the chassis featured independent front suspension with a live rear axle and disc brakes all round. The Chrysler 7212cc V8 engine was used offering outstanding performance, and the interior was finished to an incredibly high standard featuring Connolly leather and Wilton carpets. The Interceptor was built to a high specification with electric windows, power steering and air-conditioning. In 1969 saw the launch of the Interceptor II which saw minor changes to the cars frontal styling and interior and a further update was seen in 1971 with the introduction of the MKIII model featuring alloy wheels and larger capacity engine offering 330bhp. This beautifully presented Royal Blue example was supplied new on the 19th October 1973 firstregistered 999 SPC. The Jensen was supplied new by Charles Follet Ltd, London to a Mr Laubscher Esq in Kensington, W8. The Jensen was ordered new from the factory in Mustard with a Black vinyl roof and Black leather and in the first two years covered around 8000 miles and paperwork with the car confirms various early warranty work to include a new wiper rack, fan switch, dip switch, flasher unit, new pinion oil seal, new half shaft oil seals and new exhaust silencer. Having later changed hands, the Jensen was re-registered RUF 787M and we know from paperwork with the car that a lady owner in Somerset owned the car during the late 1990's and early 2000's. She sold the Jensen in 2002, the car then having another Somerset based owner who during his time of ownership had the car fully re-painted in Royal Blue. In 2011, the Jensen was sold to an Isle of Man based Estate Agent who played a key role in the Isle of Man classic car scene. From 2011 to 2018 the Jensen was on the Isle of Man and severalinvoices from Jensen specialists Richard Appleyard Engineering Ltd are with the car. It would seem the Interceptor had gentle use, attending many of the Isle of Man classic car events before returning to UK mainland in 2018. The car was delivered to Richard Appleyard Engineering and put through a program of work to include a new steering rack, new alternator, new front suspension poly bushes, two uprated window cogs, a new electric choke and new Wilton carpet set. In the region of 5,000 has been spent on the car but due to a change in circumstances, the new owner has not used the car and it stayed in storage until we collected it from the Derbyshire based specialists. The Jensen has arrived with us in lovely condition, presenting exceptionally well with a stunning, deep Royal Blue paint finish. The bodywork is excellent with structurally superb straight panels, an excellent underbody and no major blemishes or concerns. The chrome work is all of a high standard, alloy wheels are in lovely conditionand the under-bonnet area presents well. The Black leather trim has beautifully aged and whilst we cannot guarantee the mileage, the largely original trim does fit with a recorded mileage of little over 70,000. The leather is clean, smart, well presented, the headlining is in lovely order and the dashboard and walnut are in very good condition. Having inspected the Jensen in our workshop, we can confirm it has a strong 7212cc engine that holds impressive oil pressure reading 70psi under acceleration on a mechanical gauge. The engine offers impressive performance, the automatic gearbox changes perfectly up and down the gearbox and the car drives incredibly well. Having not been used over the past 12 months or so, the Interceptor will be freshly serviced and supplied with 12 months MOT and warranty within our asking price. This is a very sharp, well presented and incredibly usable Interceptor III that should offer excellent value. Price: 49,995

CALL 01944 758000
  • RefCode: TA1150831
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: MARK 2
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,959
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

This is one of the most unique Jaguar MKII's we have ever come across. This car has had a reported 60,000 spent on a major restoration and modifications enabling the car to be the ideal every day use MKII Jaguar. The beginning of the process was to find a suitable rust free car and the long term owner sourced a right hand drive New Zealand car that is in fact a very early 1959 manufactured car. The Jaguar, a 3.8 automatic was number 1500 off the production line and therefore a first year production car and this is confirmed with a Heritage trust letter. In 2002, now in the UK the rebuild began with a full strip down to bare metal .The body was found to be in excellent order and was prepared as necessary for a top class re-paint. The restoration was carried out by Grace Jaguar and James Watt Automotive in Staffordshire. James Watt spent almost 400 hours on the car prior it going to Hampton Coachtrimming for a full re-trim. Seats were re-trimmed in top quality leather and the headlining and sunvisorstrimmed in suede. A significant modification and part of the restoration was removing the running gear and replacing it with a 2.8 Nissan diesel engine and automatic gearbox enabling exceptional fuel economy and modern performance. Many years were spent restoring this fascinating car and since completion it has only covered 1400 miles. The car arrived with us having only covered 750 miles, most of this recently after the rebuild. Having been in dry storage with very little use over the past few years, a program of work totalling in the region of 4000 has been carried out and 650 miles of road testing has been covered. Work includes a full service, re-conditioned turbo, new subframe mountings, re-conditioned fuel tank, new glow plugs and control relay, new steering shaft UJ and the propshaft has been balanced. The car today presents superbly with its absolutely stunning straight bodyshell free from corrosion issues with beautiful top class metallic paintwork and gleaming chrome finishing the car offperfectly. Wire wheels are also excellent, the upholstery as expected with the low mileage since completion is beautiful and boasts impressive, expensively finished woodwork. On the road the Jaguar offers a totally different driving experience. The 2.8 modern engine is in excellent order, is responsive and offers impressive performance. The automatic gearbox changes smoothly and the handling and braking are top quality with upgraded brakes and power assisted steering. The cost of build is considerably more than the price offered thus offering an excellent opportunity for anyone looking for a heavily modified MKII Jaguar that is capable of daily use. Price: 49,995

CALL 01944 758000
  • RefCode: TA1155482
  • Make: DAIMLER
  • Model: 250 V8
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 1,964
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

This is one of those very special cars that will be very difficult to repeat and is without doubt the very best Daimler V8 Saloon we have ever owned. Not only has it had a truly top class 800 hour restoration in 2013/2014, it has only covered just 70,000 miles from new, comes with a full history from new to include original service book, MOT's back to 1974, buff logbooks and a full maintenance log with receipts throughout its life time. Adding to this, the car retains its original colour and beautifully aged original Blue leather upholstery. This is an ideal collector's piece that has the perfect combination of provenance and top class condition with originality retained wherever possible. BDG 735B was first registered on the 3rd September 1964 and still retains all original handbooks, Manufacturer's Warranty booklet, Dagenite Battery Guarantee Card, Motor Fuel Rations book and Periodic Maintenance Vouchers Booklet recording the first service by Imperial Motors, Cheltenham on the 2nd October 1967at 468 miles. Walker and Ward Limited in Cheltenham serviced the Daimler at 2667, 4983, 6474, 7546, 8744, 10074, 12484, 15071 and 17398 miles. Services are recorded in the book at 20201 and 25300 in 1970 with an alternative Cheltenham based garage. From 1970 to 1973 the Daimler doubled its mileage to 50,000 and logs of services, maintenance and repairs have been recorded from 1973 to 1984 at 64000 miles. The Daimler was kept off the road from 1985 to 1992 and was MOT tested in 1994, 1996, 1998, 2001, 2004 and 2012 at 66246 miles and receipts and paperwork are available detailing maintenance. In 2013 a fifteen month rebuild commenced and a full photographic record and invoices are in a second comprehensive history file. The Daimler body was totally stripped down and treated to new front cross members, supports and crows feet, new front wheel arch sections were let in, inner arch sections replaced, front doors were treated to new lower sections and rear doors treated to new door skins, new inner andouter rear quarter panels were fitted and the bodyshell taken to bare metal. The engine bay was fully stripped down and treated, the boot area stripped and primed and the entire car carefully prepared and gapped prior to painting. The underside was fully stripped and prepared prior to painting and then treated to waxoyling. All inner box sections, sills, inner door casings were drilled where necessary and pressure injected with waxoyl for maximum protection. All outer trim fixings and chrome were cleaned or replaced as required. In total over 450 hours went into the body restoration. The upholstery was cleaned and treated; inner floors were cleaned and painted as necessary with new soundproofing fitted. A full new carpet set was supplied and fitted, as were new furflexes, new underdash and kick panels were also fitted. New door rubbers and seals were fitted and the boot fully trimmed and upgraded with edged carpet to match the interior. The dashboard was removed and all interior woodwork carefullystripped and re lacquered and re-fitted. A mechanical overhaul included a full engine strip down. All ancillaries included heads and manifolds were media blasted, the block re-honed and waterways chemically cleaned. Crankshaft mains were reground, big ends machined, pistons and rods cleaned and the block reassembled with new bearings, piston rings, rope seals, rubbers and gaskets. Cylinder heads were stripped and re-faced, valves and seats also refaced and lapped. Rocker shafts were overhauled, the oil pump rebuilt, a new type relief valve fitted and a new timing chain with later type tensioner fitted. Cylinder heads and manifolds were reassembled with all new gasket kits, nuts and studs. A new stainless upgraded engine and heater pipe kit was fitted, the water pump rebuilt, as was the dynamo and starter motor. The distributor was also stripped and rebuilt, a new ignitor kit fitted and a complete stainless steel exhaust system fitted. Final detailing to the engine bay included polished rockercovers, carb covers and intakes. The automatic gearbox and torque converter were fully overhauled with new clutch bands, bearings and seals and stainless upgraded gearbox oil cooler pipes fitted. When the engine and gearbox were re-fitted to the immaculate engine bay, all new mountings, rubbers and perishables were replaced. The wiring was repaired and re-lagged, Kevlar engine hoses fitted, a heavy duty race spec upgraded radiator core was fitted and the heater box rebuilt with new heater valve and controls. The steering box was overhauled and later a Vicarage power assisted steering system fitted, all ball joints and track rod ends were replaced, all new bushes and rubbers fitted and new frame mountings and shock absorbers fitted. Brake calipers were overhauled, a new upgraded servo and vacuum tank were fitted and the whole braking system was re-piped. New brake hoses were fitted and new anti-roll bar links and bushes fitted. A new original specification fuel tank was installed, the rear axlecleaned, etch primed and sprayed and a new complete panhard rod fitted. Since completion the Daimler has covered just 4000 miles and we can report the car is outstanding to drive with super light steering, excellent braking and handling, beautiful quiet, strong engine with smooth changing automatic gearbox. It is needless to say BDG 735B is in pristine condition with fabulous paintwork, a superb straight bodyshell with excellent gaps and still retains a show standard engine bay and boot. The spare wheel well is as new, a perfect spare wheel is in place with tool kit present and the inner arches are beautifully painted and the underside simply outstanding. The interior is first class with original leather, stunning woodwork, carpets and headlining and the car is worthy of any collection. This has to be one of the very best examples we have come across and what is equally as pleasing is the wonderful records, original paperwork and extensive rebuild file that comes with the car. Finding a Daimler V8like this rare and this car really is as good as it looks. Price: 46,995

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