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1960 Jaguar Mark II

Open to offers
For sale is my MK2 Jaguar 3.4 Manual with Overdrive. This car was delivered new to Brysons in Melbourne in 1960 and has remained in Victoria...
Engine: 6 cylinder, 3.4 litre
Transmission: 4 speed manual
Travelled: 85,374 km / 53,048 miles
Photos: 10
Location: Mornington VIC
Last updated: Sun, 10th Nov 2019
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1966 Jaguar 420

$15,000 ONO Pick up only buyers cost
This a rare vehicle fully restored by me some years ago, used in our wedding business and then when the business closed down 10/16 an...
Engine: 6 cylinder, 4.2 litre
Transmission: 3 speed automatic
Photos: 5
Location: Crows Nest QLD
Last updated: Wed, 10th Jul 2019
For Sale

1986 Jaguar XJ6

Offers over $11,000 considered
One previous owner, just had scheduled Jaguar service and all brakes have been replaced. This car has won several Concourse events and trophies [which will go to...
Engine: 6 cylinder, 4.0 litre
Transmission: 3 speed automatic
Travelled: 188 km / 116 miles
Photos: None
Location: Sydney NSW
Last updated: Tue, 14th May 2019
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