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.
SOLD for $40,500: 1962 Jaguar MK2 3.8 Restored (Investment Quality) California
Sold for $40,500, a beautifully restored (Investment Quality), 1962 Jaguar
MK2 3.8 Sedan. Lazer sharp body, paint and chrome. Stunning all leather
interior upholstery. Beautiful interior hardwood appointments with amazing
clear-coat finish. Elegant and stunning in all respects. The owner retains
restoration invoices amounting to $130k. For additional information, please
phone Dave Henry @ 805 705-9424 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark 2 Jag @ 120mph
My 1964 Jaguar Mk 2 3.8 litre gets put through it's paces at the 2005
Woodbridge Speedtrial. A better gear-change would have helped the top
speed, but when you let a bunny loose behind the wheel...
1962 Jaguar MKII 3.8 Start Up and Drive!
Exquisite old Jaguar Mark II 3.8L. Silver concourse winning car with barely
a few thousand on the clock. Leading car is a beautiful 1965 Austin Healey
3000 MKIII BJ8. We're on the way to a charity classic auto show in Seattle,
Jaguar mk11 240 classic car 1969 restoration
Jaguar mk11 240 classic car 1969 restoration
quick paint job
Dont ask how, cant believe it myself, sold car soon after completion, the
pleasure is the journey not the destination.
Jaguar Rust Repairs (MK2)
In 2005 I done some rust repairs on a MK2 Jaguar for a friend, I done the
rapairs in my garage where I was renting at the time, the paint work was
done at my work which is a body repair shop.
Jaguar MK2 3,4 Litre dreht die ersten Meter nach komplettem Neuaufbau
Komplett restaurierter Jaguar MK2 3,4 Litre dreht auf dem Firmengelände
die ersten Meter. Das Fahrzeug wurde weitgehend originalgetreu und
grundlegend neu aufgebaut. Es verfügt selbst nach 48 Jahren noch über
seinen Originalmotor. Ein herrliches und vor allem unvergleichlich
ästhetisches Stück Automobilgeschichte. Britain at it´s best!
Two Mk2 Jaguars In Need Of Restoration
This shows in detail the inside and outside of two Mk2 Jaguars which are in
need of restoration and are in a secret location in Guernsey, Channel
Islands.These two Mk2 Jaguars have been in the same place, on some
wasteland, right by the sea for at least a year as I filmed most of this a
year ago and needed to redo some stuff on the 8th April 2011 and they were
A couple things had been damaged on the Mk2 Jaguars since last year but
they were in much the same condition despite being a few feet from
corrosive sea water. Someone obviously paid to have these Jaguars imported
into Guernsey, as one still has a UK number plate 526 XUB and had left them
with some doors unlocked, just to rot away and at risk being vandalised.
COPYRIGHT FREE SOUND EFFECTS
CountrySideSummerEvening by pcaeldries
Triangle1 by acclivity
Jaguar Factory Tour - 1961
In 1961, a young man takes a tour of the Jaguar factory in Coventry. He
sees how the cars are built and gets a ride in a brand new XK-E.
Jaguar MK2 1967
Short impression of ride with a real classic: A 1967 Jaguar MK2, 240 type
This Jag originally came in to our workshop for minor cosmetic repairs and
to reinstate the brake Boosting
mounting area previously unceremoniously removed with a gas torch! Further
inspection showed chassis repairs were required. Substantial rust repairs
had previously been undertaken but they were of poor quality which was now
showing through with cracking and rust visible . It's looking a lot better
MT Classic - Jaguar XJ13
Take a look into the past with Angus MacKenzie and the Jag that never got
its chance to roar... Until now.
Shot by: Gordon Green
Edited by: Gordon Green
JAGUAR 420G TEST DRIVE with the JAGUAR DRIVERS' CLUB
This video was originally presented in the on-line edition of Jaguar Driver
- Jaguar Driver Enhanced - as part of the 2011 Leviathan Special Edition in
Here, we test the Jaguar Heritage 420G, which forms part of the trust's
collection. We are grateful to Jaguar Heritage for their assistance in
making this video.
Made as part of the Leviathan campaign to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of
the Mark 10 and 420G, this resulted in 27 of these cars attending our
National Day at Rockingham Castle on August 7th, almost certainly a record
It's a great time to join the Jaguar Drivers' Club. Membership from just
£30 per annum.
For information on the Jaguar Drivers' Club, go to: www.jaguardriver.co.uk
We've been looking after the needs of Jaguar owners since 1956.
Look out for our other Jaguar movies.
Do please leave some comments on the video or the event if you have time -
Beacham MK2 Jaguar
Beacham Jaguar Mk II
"A Mk II Jaguar, on chrome wire wheels, is a favourite of many classic car
lovers. But this is no ordinary Mk II. Beacham™ Jaguar has created a Mk
II-bodied XJR - thunderous supercharged V8 and all. It's an exquisite work
- Modern Jaguar V8 4.0-litre engines / matching transmission
- Supercharged 370bhp / Normally-aspirated 290bhp
- Air Conditioning / Total Climate Control
- Air Bags (SRS)
- ABS, Traction Control and Anti-Dive System
- Premium Jaguar Audio (Multi-CD, AM/FM, Cassette)
- Full Power Equipment: Power Windows, Wheel Adjustment, Seats, Mirrors,
(with Memory function), Remote Locking, etc.
- Power-operated Sunroof
- Available integrated GPS
The Mk II Jaguar was perhaps the world's first luxury/performance sedan.
Fitted with 4 doors and with room for a family, the Mk II soon became the
transport of choice for gangsters and police departments alike in its
native Britain, as well as the unbeatable champion in UK and European sedan
Beacham™ Jaguar made its early reputation as world-class restorers of
these cars, gradually upgrading them with the more modern technology of
newer Jaguars. Indeed the initial development on the Supercharged V8 cars
was carried out using the Mk II base units. To date more than 200 Mk IIs
have been delivered to customers by the company.
The Mk II is a timeless classic - its looks are totally unconventional. It
has a unique shape that owes nothing to anything else - except the Mark I.
It is a mix of traditions with its vertical oval grille, rounded lines, and
a clubhouse interior that could only be British.
Gorgeous in the 1960s, still gorgeous today. So the notion of stuffing a
4.0 litre, supercharged XJR engine and drivetrain under the elegant
coachwork of a classic Mk II Jaguar seems like the stuff of dreams.
Introducing the Beacham™ MkII
"You have to come to grips with this car emotionally. It may look "old" but
it's been re-engineered, re-developed and completely rebuilt so that it is,
to all intents and purposes, new."
Externally it looks very familiar, the only real giveaways for the
sharp-eyed are the louvres from the XKR sports car in the bonnet, the air
scoops under the front bumper, and the bigger Jaguar competition tires and
chrome wire wheels. However it is beneath the skin, and inside the cabin
where the most obvious visual changes are to be found. Under the bonnet the
Beacham™ Mk II is crammed full of technology: ABS brakes, traction
control, anti-dive suspension geometry and more.
But it is the interior where the achievement really hits home. Trimmed in
supple new leather, the modern seats have all the power controls from the
current Jaguar. Included is a full complement of comfort and safety
systems: Power Windows and Locking of course; Power-adjustable Steering
Wheel, Side Mirrors, all with Memory Function; Climate Control and a
Power-operated Sunroof of course, even the SRS/Airbag Systems. Topped off
with a premium sound system and GPS, all is joy set into a bespoke polished
wood veneer dash.
The result is a revelation to drive.
Yes, the Beacham™ Mk II is fast, very: 0-60mph in around six seconds
fast. Yes, it steers, handles and drives extraordinarily well. Yes, the car
has been re-engineered from the wheels up and the workmanship is
exceptional. Yes, if you put preconceived notions aside and approach the
car with pragmatism, you can successfully merge today's technology,
electronics and trim with 1960s styling.
The integration of the mechanical components has to be considered a
remarkable engineering feat. The quality of workmanship is stunning, with a
level of fit and finish well beyond that of most new cars - it is, after
all, a thoroughly handbuilt vehicle. Close the doors and they close easily,
but firmly - that's another advancement, modern air-filled, hollow door
seals with holes to let the compressed air out. A small detail but which
adds to the modern feel of the car.
But the real delight is supplied when the throttle pedal is introduced to
the floor. It's easy to drive, fast, flexible and comfortable.
"The Beacham™ Mk II is a brand new car with impeccable breeding - and
with performance to match."