Numbers matching, rust free CA car originally sold Nov. ’65 at Horburg Jaguar in Los Angeles per Jaguar-Daimler Heritage Trust certificate #10547. Currently registered CA driver with ‘J66’ prefix vin. and period correct plate ‘ETYPEJG’. Less than 500 miles on professionally rebuilt engine during ground up restoration at 108593 miles; ‘Driver’ restoration completed by Classic Showcase in Oceanside, Nov. 2019. Many new parts: complete wiring harness, radiator core, heater core and pipes, exhaust system, windshield, interior and boot kit, hood, turn signal, radio, brakes, shocks, and tires; reconditioned gas tank. Not a ‘Rest-o-mod’, but, SII cooling system, Mallory distributor, gear reduction starter, Pirelli tires. Chrome and repaint 95%, 5 original wheels. Additional and ‘take off’ parts included (e.g.: AMCO bars, correct starter).
Drive and enjoy as is, or, excellent foundation car for Concours restoration.
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