A rare Jaguar restored some years ago for a Saatchi & Saatchi executive. The car is painted in Cotswold Blue with a two tone blue & cream leather interior. This is a lightly patinated car but in very solid & fine order with much money having recently spent to put it in tip top mechanical order.
Just 295 Examples wwre made of the Right Hand Drive, Drop head Coupe version making it a rare car indeed. The car looks very very period fitted with spats to the rear wheels & pressed wheels shod with new Blockley tyres all round.
This is a very presentable car in excellent driving condition coming from a small collection of beautifully maintained cars. A good assortment of bills comes with the car attesting to proper regular maintenance. The rear lamps have recently been replaced with new "Old Stock" items sourced at Beaulieu to replace the pitted originals.
The interior woodwork is original as it left the factory. Two 6 volt new batteries have just been installed. A leather bonnet strap completes the period looking ensemble.
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