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Lot 694
1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation
1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation
a (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation b (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation c (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation d (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation e (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation f (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation g (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation h (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation i (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation j (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation k (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation l (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation m (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation n (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation o (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation p (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation q (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation r (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation s (Large) 1962 Jaguar D-Type Evocation


Lot Number: 694
Estimate: £30,000 - 35,000
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Exempt
  • Chassis number: GA47245DL
With between 71 and 75 Jaguar D‑types originally built for racing, 'Evocations' for road use have appeared ever since. The underpinnings of this one appear to be 1962 Triumph Herald 1200, albeit upgraded with a six‑cylinder 2.0‑litre engine.

In April 2020, it was delivered to Rally Preparation Services (RPS) in Witney, Oxfordshire. Over the next year and two months, over £35,000 was spent on RPS building the car and adding period authentic details. There's a collection of 12 invoices detailing what was done up until November 2021; a browse through the bills will show just how much time, effort and money has been spent on this vehicle.

Seven former registered keepers are recorded ‑ although this is for the entire history of the car, from 1962 onwards (when it was a Triumph Herald) with 39,326 miles recorded on the odometer. The car's last MoT ‑ when it was still a Herald ‑ was in May 2009, when a mileage of 38,850 miles was noted.

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 24TH MARCH BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
With between 71 and 75 Jaguar D-types originally built for racing, 'Evocations' for road use have appeared ever since. The underpinnings of this one appear to be 1962 Triumph Herald 1200, albeit upgraded with a six-cylinder 2.0-litre engine. In April 2020, it was delivered to Rally Preparation Services (RPS) in Witney, Oxfordshire. Over the next year and two months, over £35,000 was spent on RPS building the car and adding period authentic details. There's a collection of 12 invoices detailing what was done up until November 2021; a browse through the bills will show just how much time, effort and money has been spent on this vehicle. Seven former registered keepers are recorded - although this is for the entire history of the car, from 1962 onwards (when it was a Triumph Herald) with 39,326 miles recorded on the odometer. The car's last MoT - when it was still a Herald - was in May 2009, when a mileage of 38,850 miles was noted. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 24TH MARCH BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5 Present
  • Chassis number: GA47245DL
Estimate: £30,000 - 35,000

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