• 1966 Jaguar E-Type S1 4.2 FHC Manual (LHD) – original, unrestored & matching numbers
• 1961 Jaguar Mk 2 3.8 Manual OD – confirmed matching numbers with a Heritage Certificate.
There is now just one week to go until The London Classic Car Show! Classic Car Auctions will start their sale at 12pm on Saturday 26th June at Syon Park where tickets are still available to buy for the wider event.
Confirmed for the auction are two exceptional Jaguars both offered without reserve!
A serious opportunity and excitingly offered at No Reserve is this 1966 Jaguar E-Type S1 4.2 FHC Manual (LHD). This Series 1, final year, is hugely original and has never been restored from 40 years of slumber. This is an amazing restoration opportunity or alternatively, the car could be made into a fantastic fast road/period driver car. Believed to have two registered owners from new and wonderfully presented in the factory colour scheme of Opalescent Golden Sand with Beige trims, this example comes alongside a Heritage Certificate which confirms the matching numbers. This highly original car has such low mileage (believed 44,203), low ownership and would be the most perfect candidate for a high-end Concours restoration. This is surely the finest original, unrestored, Series 1 available, with such a fascinating story behind it.
Classically presented in Old English White with a Red interior is this 1961 Jaguar Mk 2 3.8 Manual. This left-hand drive has confirmed matching numbers by the Heritage Certificate and has a NOVA Certificate present. The solid bodywork of the car displays no evidence of welding or rot to the chassis, and it makes the perfect recommissioning project.
Gary Dunne, CCA’s Sales Manager commented “The standard of Everyman Classics in our next auction is absolutely fantastic including these two Jaguars both offered without reserve. We are delighted to yet again be bringing you another superb catalogue of cars to the market and for our first auction outside of the Midlands!”
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