This classic car is for sale on Catawiki. To have more information or to place a bid click on the "BID NOW" button. .Jaguar MK-2. Built in 1964 (the first registration was issued in the Netherlands on 26 June 1964). I’ve been the owner since 26 June 2000. 6 cylinders 3.8 litre engine. 4 gears + electric overdrive.
Body-off restoration in 2000/2001: - Bodywork blasted, new parts where necessary (jack supports, mudguard supports, etc), underside and sill beams, inside of the doors etc. sprayed with a special coating. - Primer and sprayed with 3 coats - All mechanical components overhauled or replaced - Oil pump, brake pressure distributor, water pump, clutch, overdrive, cardan (disc) braking system, spring package, shock absorbers - All oil, fuel, brake and water lines have been renewed - New (thick) radiator
Electrics: - New wiring harness, wiper unit, fuel pump, alternator, battery - All chrome original except for the unit on the boot lid with reversing light - Original ignition replaced by an electronic 1.2.3 system - Power steering added: unit supplied and fitted by Kolvenbach Beneden Leeuwen, with original pump (mounted on and powered by the alternator like the original version)
Engine: - Block and head completely overhauled in 2015 - Air intake with original "frying pan" air filter replaced by a Jaguar E-type - Air intake so that the head of the engine remains visible (I clean it for a reason!)
Interior: - completely new, leather upholstery handmade in the Netherlands, original wool headliner, new set of mats, woodwork restored, new door and window rubbers all around, new steering wheel (I still have the original), original Radiomatic car radio.
General: - The car is well maintained and parts were replaced when necessary (e.g. sensors, brake pads, etc). The exterior was completely stripped, sanded, touched up where necessary (visible rust spots, minor damage, etc.) and completely resprayed in 2015.
The Jaguar has only driven about 15,000 km since overhauling the engine. Dutch periodic inspection until the end of March 2020 (always passed with flying colours).
Viewing and a test drive before bidding is possible by appointment in Tilburg.