1965 Jaguar MK 2 in Prescott Valley, AZ




1965 Jaguar MK II 3.8s


Such a 'Head-Turner' Classic indeed...!

This 1965 Jaguar MK II 3.8s model is a beautiful vehicle for any Classic car enthusiast
The car had been a 'Barn-Find' restoration as well!
The old Straight 6-Cylinder engine had been replaced with a Chevrolet Small Block V6, making it more dependable than the English motors of the time
Also has a Chevrolet Automatic transmission as well
Averages better Gas mileage, having tested it at around (20.0 MPG).

One cool quirk about the car is that she has two (2) Gas tanks that can be alternated with the flip of a switch!
Rides smoothly on its Coker Classic Tires, and the 'knock-off' Wheels (Lead Mallets included).

The Dash is all all Wood, and most of the Gauges work
But the Tach, Voltage Gauge and Speedometer currently do not work.

The entire Interior is all brand new
This car has a brand new AM.FM Radio Stereo and Speakers already installed
Also with a perfectly working Heating and Air Conditioning as well!
The Windshield Wipers and Washers work nicely, as well as the Motor for the Retractable Antenna.

Note. This car includes the original Spare Tire in the Trunk area, along with the original Jack. Gorgeous Automobile needless to say - come see her for yourself!

This is a must see Import Classic and everything within works well
Currently located in Prescott Valley, AZ.
Serious inquiries only.

Financing, Nationwide Shipping and Warranties available to qualified buyers.

Stock Number: C195057L1


  • Type:Import Classic
  • Condition:Excellent
  • Mileage:500
  • Exterior Color:Off White
  • Interior Color:Green
  • Engine Size:6 Cylinder
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Driveline: RWD
  • Fuel Type:Gasoline
  • VIN:P1B7834BW



  • City:
  • State:
  • Prescott Valley
  • AZ
  • Zip Code:
  • Country:
  • 86314
  • NA

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