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United Kingdom3042HX

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2006-01-16 11:40:19 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in '05

Auction description:
Fine Motor Cars
Wednesday 20th April 2005
Lot 148
1960 Jaguar XK150 3.8 FHC
Registration no: 3042 HT
Chassis no: 5825150DN
Estimate: £10,000-12,000
This original fixed had coupe has been the property of the same owner, but one, for some 32 years. Fitted with the original matching numbered 3.8 litre engine and manual overdrive gearbox, this car has seen little use in recent years. A new stainless steel exhaust has been fitted along with new brake pads, discs and callipers all round. Sitting atop chrome wire wheels, the new owner will enjoy the original leather trim with a patina only time can supply. A full respray was undertaken last year and the current owner opines its drivability. A comprehensive file accompanies this fine fixed head which includes a number of bills, a reproduction handbook, the original buff logbook, V5 and MoT. This is an exceptional opportunity to enjoy some proper XK motoring at reasonable cost and also, possibly, pose an attractive racing project in the longer run.

2007-07-04 11:32:15 | pauls writes:

Car returns to auction in '07

Auction description:
Blenheim Palace, Oxford
Saturday 14th July 2007
Lot 439 1960 Jaguar XK150 3.8S Fixedhead Coupe
Registration no: 3042 HX
Chassis no: S825150DN
Estimate: £20,000-24,000
Much has been spent in the way of restoration on 3042HX, which seems to have taken place between 2002 and 2004. Bills indicate many hundreds of pounds spent at Jagbits in Solihull and Coventry Auto Components in Coventry. The electrical system has been replaced with a more convenient 12 volt system, Moss spotlights and badge bar adorn the front and a period luggage rack can be found on the rear boot lid. The gearbox comes with an overdrive unit and the 3.8 litre S-spec engine matches the body. A stainless steel exhaust system can be found underneath along with new (2005) brake pads, discs and callipers all round. The previous but one owner had the car for some 32 years and knew it intimately, expounding, as he did, its driveability. Complete with a brand new MoT and history file, this well appointed long distance tourer looks great and drives well.

2009-08-19 08:39:10 | pauls writes:

Car was at Coy's auction, Blenheim Palace, 7/09

Auction description:
Lot 613
Registration Number: 3042 HX
Chassis Number: S825150DN

This example was first registered in 1960 and is described by the vendor as being in good overall condition throughout. Finished in blue with a distinctive blue leather interior, it comes complete with a history file containing a number of old invoices and MoT certificates, and a current MoT certificate valid until May 2010. The car is also described as driving very well. An excellent chance to acquire a much-loved classic which is ready to be enjoyed.

Estimate: £23000 - £27000

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