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1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic
1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic
a 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic b 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic c 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic d 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic e 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic f 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2285 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2286 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2287 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2288 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2290 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2291 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2292 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2293 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2294 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2296 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2298 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2299 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2301 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2302 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2303 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2304 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2305 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic IMG_2306 1964 Jaguar MKX 3.8 Automatic


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Estimate: Tbc
  • V5 Present
  • Chassis number: 307362BW
This example of Jaguar's huge and powerful luxury leviathan of the 1960s was registered in March 1964. It is finished in green with matching green leather interior.

The current V5C lists five former keepers, and there are a few past V5 documents included in the history file as well. This also has a selection of MoTs from 2017 back to 1983, various bills from the 1970s onwards, and a handful of tax discs. Documents dating from the car's purchase include the Jaguar manufacturer's warranty, Radiomobile radio guarantee and service book ‑ or 'periodic maintenance vouchers' booklet, as Jaguar liked to refer to it.  

There are 2002 and 2003 receipts from Jaguar specialist Robinson & Godwin Classics of Grimsby totalling £5000 for an engine and gearbox overhaul and some further renovation work, although little detail is given. This would have been around the 62,000‑mile mark. The current odometer reading is 05891; referring to the history suggests this is actually 105,891.

Overall condition is good, although there is some tarnishing apparent on the chrome and some bubbles apparent in areas on the paint. The seats have some surface cracks and the dashboard and door capping wood has some deterioration in places, but is generally surviving well. The rear window weatherstrip has started to break up around the back parcel shelf.    

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 28TH SEPTEMBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
This example of Jaguar's huge and powerful luxury leviathan of the 1960s was registered in March 1964. It is finished in green with matching green leather interior. The current V5C lists five former keepers, and there are a few past V5 documents included in the history file as well. This also has a selection of MoTs from 2017 back to 1983, various bills from the 1970s onwards, and a handful of tax discs. Documents dating from the car's purchase include the Jaguar manufacturer's warranty, Radiomobile radio guarantee and service book - or 'periodic maintenance vouchers' booklet, as Jaguar liked to refer to it. There are 2002 and 2003 receipts from Jaguar specialist Robinson & Godwin Classics of Grimsby totalling £5000 for an engine and gearbox overhaul and some further renovation work, although little detail is given. This would have been around the 62,000-mile mark. The current odometer reading is 05891; referring to the history suggests this is actually 105,891. Overall condition is good, although there is some tarnishing apparent on the chrome and some bubbles apparent in areas on the paint. The seats have some surface cracks and the dashboard and door capping wood has some deterioration in places, but is generally surviving well. The rear window weatherstrip has started to break up around the back parcel shelf. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 28TH SEPTEMBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5 Present
  • Chassis number: 307362BW
Estimate: Tbc

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