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1962 Jaguar Mk2

1962 Jaguar MK2 3.8 litre, 4 speed manual/electric overdrive. BRG/Tan. 2nd owner from new; purchased in 1984 from original owner, a family friend. Restored to concours standard in 1981 by Jason Len, XKs Unlimited. All restoration papers and correspondence. JCNA class winner. Tools, manuals, shop manual, parts manual, extras. Drives like a dream. 71,753 original miles.


 


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BEACHAM JAGUAR MK2 HD ( New Music )
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