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Morse Classics

Ryehill Close Lodge Farm Industrial Estate Northampton

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Morse Classics

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A rare UK supplied RHD Jaguar Mk1 3.4 Manual Overdrive, one of only a few dozen RHD cars still surviving worldwide today. First registered in June 1957 it has had six owners in total and shows just 54,052 miles on the clock which could well be correct given the overall condition of the car. The previous owner acquired ...

54,052
Northamptonshire

1967 Jaguar 340 MK II Automatic. Black with black leather upholstery. From September 1967, the Jaguar MkII range was replaced by the 240 and 340 models with slimmer bumpers, chrome grilles in place of the front fog lights and Ambla, rather than leather, interiors. Introduced to keep the range attractively priced until ...

82,000
Northamptonshire

1998 Jaguar XK8 Convertible Automatic. British Racing Green with Ivory Leather. Full Service History with 13 stamps in the book. Living up to expectations can be a burden. Consider the handsome Geoff Lawson-penned XK8 that followed in the wheeltracks of such automotive icons as the XK120 and immortal E-type. Like the E-Type ...

120,000
Northamptonshire

1953 Jaguar MK VII 3.4 Manual. Old English White with Sherwood green leather upholstery. Only 3 owners in total, the last for 12 years. Only 51,000 miles which the last keeper believes correct. Transferable registration number Lots of money spent by the previous owner to include: Stainless Steel Exhaust Fuel ...

51,000
Northamptonshire

1951 Jaguar MK.V Saloon 3.5 Litre. Available with two engine sizes, 2½ litre and 3½ litre, the former was adequate for the post-war market in the UK but the latter was far more desirable. Not only because it now had a top speed of over 95mph but Jaguar now offered a lefthand drive version thus making it popular in America. ...

Northamptonshire

1958 Jaguar MK I 2.4 Manual. Finished in silver over Cotswold Blue with a dark blue leather interior. Manufactured on 16th September 1957 and dispatched on 8th October 1958 to Independant Motor Sales of Wellington, New Zealand. This is the desirable manual model. The car was repatriated into the U.K this year and is now ...

18,000
Northamptonshire

1985 Jaguar XJ-SC 3.6 Manual. Cirrus Grey with Mulberry leather. The 99th XJ-SC built and believed to have been displayed by Jaguar at the New York Auto Show. One of only two cars finished in the attractive combination of Cirrus Grey with Mulberry hide interior. Only 57,800 miles from new and has formed part of a private ...

57,000
Northamptonshire

1976 Jaguar XJ6 C 4.2 Automatic. - Matching numbers, LHD USA car. NOVA declared. Heritage certificate supplied This Series 2 XJ6-C 4.2 Automatic was selected by a marque expert as a matching numbers car as the basis for a light restoration due to the lack of any significant body rusting. The Jaguar was delivered new ...

72,000
Northamptonshire

1967 Jaguar 340 MK II Automatic. Black with black leather upholstery. From September 1967, the Jaguar MkII range was replaced by the 240 and 340 models with slimmer bumpers, chrome grilles in place of the front fog lights and Ambla, rather than leather, interiors. Introduced to keep the range attractively priced until ...

82,000
Northamptonshire

1967 Jaguar 340 MK II Automatic. British Racing Green with Black Ambla upholstery. Manufactured on September 7th 1967 and sold new by Wadham & Stringer Ltd. Matching numbers car that has been well cared for during its life. The car has had lots of money spent over the years with major work including a rebuilt engine and ...

7,000
Northamptonshire

2000 (W) Jaguar XKR Silverstone Coupe. The XKR ‘Silverstone' is a celebration not only of Jaguar's return to racing through Formula One but of its long association with the world famous British circuit, the scene of over twenty Jaguar racing victories. In order to mark the occasion of Jaguar's arrival in Formula One ...

Northamptonshire

1961 Jaguar MK II 3.8 Manual Overdrive. British Racing Green with Green leather upholstery and Chrome Wire Wheels. One of the most readily recognised cars of the 1960s thanks in part to countless appearances in films and on television, Jaguar's seminal Mark 2 saloon set the standard for the class throughout its entire ...

Northamptonshire

1966 Jaguar MKII 3.4 Automatic. Westminster Blue with Grey leather upholstery.The Mark 2 gained a reputation as a capable car among criminals and law enforcement alike; the 3.8 Litre model being particularly fast with its 220 bhp (164 kW) engine driving the car from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 8.5 seconds and to a top speed ...

Northamptonshire