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Restored 1963 Jaguar Mark II

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$58,000

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Restored 1963 Jaguar Mark II

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Restored 1963 Jaguar Mark II

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Restored 1963 Jaguar Mark II

High Bidder:  ftsuru

Winning Bid: $58,000 (USD)

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Location:

New Orleans, Louisiana 70123

Seller:

Private Party

Engine:

3.8L I6

Transmission:

Automatic

Odometer:

77,350 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

P221548BN

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Winning Bid: $58,000 (USD)

High Bidder:  ftsuru

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Location:

New Orleans, Louisiana 70123

Seller:

Private Party

Engine:

3.8L I6

Transmission:

Odometer:

77,350 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

P221548BN

Carfax:

Lot Number:

12810236

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Vehicle Story

This 1963 Jaguar Mark II sedan is finished in a combination of opalescent gunmetal over a tan interior and powered by a 3.8-liter I6 connected to a General Motors automatic transmission with overdrive. It received a restoration that included new or re-plated chrome, new wheels and tires, refurbished wood trim, and a new interior. Equipment includes power steering, air conditioning, and a Bluetooth-compatible AM/FM radio with CD player and backup camera. This Mark II comes with a clean title in the seller's name and is available now with numerous records from the previous owner and current owner who has had the car for the past 15 years. 

The photo gallery for this car contains a picture showing a tag that identifies this Jaguar as originally having a 3.8-liter I6 ("LC" Engine No. prefix) and the corresponding body ("S" Body No. prefix). As part of its restoration, the body was equipped with new rocker panels and repainted in opalescent gunmetal gray. New or re-plated chrome can be found on the bumpers, vertically ribbed grille, leaping cat hood ornament, front fender mirrors, badging, and taillight housings. During the procedure, this car received 5 new Vredestein radial tires mounted on 5 new chrome wire wheels and a new windshield as well as new windows. 

The car can be seen during various stages of the restoration process in the photo gallery, which includes pictures that show it before and after being painted, ready to receive its engine, and more.

The cabin was fitted with new X-MAT sound deadening insulation and a new tan interior from Aldridge Trimming furnished with dual bucket front seats and a rear bench. Refurbished wood trim covers the dashboard, tops of the door panels, and fold-down trays on the backs of the front seats. Equipment includes a Derrington-style 3-spoke steering wheel, RetroAir air conditioning system, and a Bluetooth-compatible AM/FM radio with CD player and backup camera.

The dashboard features instrumentation that includes a 140-mph speedometer with odometer showing 77,350 miles,, 6K-rpm tachometer with analog clock, and gauges for the water temperature, oil pressure, fuel level, and amperage.

Under the hood is a 3.8-liter I6 equipped with a new alloy radiator with electric cooling fans, new wiring loom, electronic ignition, high-torque starter, and high-output alternator. It's connected to a General Motors automatic transmission with overdrive from John's Cars and rebuilt power steering and breathes through exhaust manifolds with new porcelain coating and a new stainless steel exhaust system. An oil change was performed within the past year.

Various pictures in the photo gallery show this Mark II's undercarriage. According to the owner, all braking and suspension components are new. 

According to the seller, this Mark II is available with documentation from their 15 years of ownership and from the previous owner's time with the car. Several videos are available for viewing below.

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Comments & Questions

December 20, 2021
11:55 AM

BID: $58,000

December 20, 2021
11:54 AM

BID: $57,500

December 20, 2021
11:54 AM

BID: $57,000

December 20, 2021
11:53 AM

BID: $55,500

December 20, 2021
11:39 AM
Seller

The spring causes it to pop up a little sometimes when closing it. A gentle press down seats it flush. Probably should tweak the hinge attachment points some.

December 20, 2021
11:21 AM
Bidder

just noticed that on the walk around the motor hood did not seem to fit properly on the passenger side; was it not properly closed?

December 20, 2021
10:54 AM

BID: $55,000

December 20, 2021
09:46 AM
Seller

The engine was restored by the previous owner prior to me purchasing the car. I have the receipts to a major rebuild. The GM transmission and torque converter were rebuilt and the driveshaft is custom/ new.

December 20, 2021
09:31 AM
Bidder

was the motor redone

December 20, 2021
09:14 AM

BID: $51,000

December 19, 2021
09:41 PM
Seller

The car was white with black interior when I bought it. I have built several cars in this opalescent gunmetal with biscuit in the past. It is one of my favorite color schemes.

December 19, 2021
09:39 PM
Seller

This car is original engine and body. I chose to replace the original Borg Warner gearbox to a modern transmission when I also decided to add upgraded XJ6 brake conversion to the front, modern A/C, blue tooth radio with backup camera, electronic ignition, an upgraded alternator instead of a generator, gear reduction starter, alloy radiator with electric cooling fans, and several other options. Basically wanted to make a great touring car.

December 19, 2021
09:23 PM

Apart from the transmission, is the rest of the car a matching #’s? Is this the original color scheme? Very nice car and restoration job!

December 19, 2021
07:59 PM

BID: $48,000

December 19, 2021
06:54 AM

BID: $45,000

December 18, 2021
05:08 PM
Seller

I have a dedicated cross flow ventilation paint booth as you see in the photos at my home garage. I did the paint. I have been restoring British cars for over 50 years.

December 18, 2021
04:57 PM
Bidder

I saw the car was prepared and assembled in a private home; where was it painted ?

December 18, 2021
03:06 PM

BID: $38,000

December 18, 2021
01:42 PM
Seller

This car does not have the original transmission. It has had a John’s Cars conversion putting a GM 4 speed transmission with overdrive in. This is a bolt in conversion and an original style Borg Warner 3 speed first generation automatic box could be reinstalled if desired. This new transmission really makes the car cruise VERY nicely. 2000 rpm at 70 mph!

December 18, 2021
01:02 PM
Bidder

Is the gearbox the original one and has it been rebuilt

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