What an amazingly well-stored Jaguar MK10 this appears to be. It’s hard to believe it’s been hidden away for nearly 40 years!
From the seller: “An exciting opportunity to acquire a very original Jaguar Mk10 3.8 Litre ripe for recommissioning and light restoration.
The car was driven into the garage in 1984 by its owner and not used since.
Structurally the car is rust free as can be seen by the photos of the boot floor and underside. The spare wheel is new and unused. As far as I can tell this MK10 has had no previous welding nor does it need any. It has not been tinkered with!
Manufactured in 1962 and registered in 1963 on its original transferable registration 3186 JN which, in its self is quite valuable. The colour is opalescent golden sand with tan leather upholstery. The seats are in good condition however, the wood will need attention.
There is some history with the car including a copy of the original green logbook, the original service book and some old receipts, tax discs and MOT certificates. A new V5C will need to be applied for.
I have not attempted to start the car and therefor needs to be trailered.”