Jaguars iconic saloon, the Mark II, still looks good after all these years since its introduction in 1959. Considered a timeless classic our example is even more desirable being a manual transmission with overdrive and finished in British Racing Green with black leather interior and carpets.
The car has had a 3.8 litre engine fitted, as well as suspension and steering improvements. These include fitment of rack and pinion power steering, upgraded front brakes and upgraded front springs/sway bar and associated bushes. An uprated stereo is fitted, along with minilite wheels. These are considerably lighter, and easier to clean, than wire wheels. Inertia reel seat belts have also been fitted to the front seats, whilst manual override switches have been fitted to the choke and electric fan. The Tasmanian Special Interest Registration is non-transferable.
NOTE – Inspection by appointment only.
- Floor Mats
- Manual Transmission
- Power Steering
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