The body is believed to have been refinished in its current shade
of black under previous ownership and is equipped with a manually
operated sunroof, bright trim, fender-mounted mirrors, a Leaper
hood ornament, pop-out vent windows, and chrome bumpers with
overriders. The windshield wiper motor and cable are said to have
been replaced during current ownership.
Chrome-finished 15? wire wheels are secured by two-eared knock-off
spinners and mounted with 185-series Vredestein Sprint Classic
tires that were reportedly installed under current ownership. The
suspension is said to be equipped with replacement front coil
springs and Koni dampers. Braking is provided by discs at all four
The cabin features front bucket seats and a rear bench seat trimmed
in red leather, accompanied by wood trim and a color-coordinated
center console and door panels. Appointments include an aftermarket
air conditioning system, an AM/FM cassette stereo, and a locking
A two-spoke steering wheel fronts Smiths instrumentation consisting
of a 140-mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 5,500-rpm redline.
Additional readouts for coolant temperature, oil pressure, fuel
level, and battery amperage are located in the center stack. The
five-digit mechanical odometer shows 94k miles.
The DOHC 3.4-liter inline-six features twin SU carburetors and was
factory rated at 210 horsepower.
Power is sent to the rear wheels via a four-speed manual
transmission and a Laycock electronically actuated overdrive unit.
A stainless steel exhaust system was installed under current
The Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust certificate lists serial numbers,
factory colors, a manufacture date of November 23, 1966, and
distribution through Jaguar Cars of New York. Manufacturer's
literature, as well as a copy of a magazine featuring the car, are
also included in the sale.
The Missouri title lists the car as a 1967 model and shows a VIN of
J67P180666, adding the prefix "J67" to the car number stamped on
the data plate.
1967 Jaguar Mark II
Location:St Louis, Missouri
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