1968 Jaguar S Type 3.4 Litre with O/D

This beautiful Jaguar S Type has been restored.

The story with the car, implies that it is a one owner vehicle covering only 19,000 miles. The original owner passed on and his children said they were going to restore it.  We’re certainly not going to be able to validate the back story but i would like to think it was true.

Car now SOLD

£21,000

 or our Main Website www.marulaclassics.co.uk 

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 March 2nd 2017  
   
   
 Leather chosen  
   
   
   
   
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Can you see the ladies face in the Walnut
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

Our Jaguar 3.4 S Type has been finished and has had several short local test drives but the time has come to subject the fifty year old Jaguar to a real road test.

The journey started for an epic 900km round trip from Pretoria to Vuyani Safari Lodge on the outskirts of Hoedspruit.

Leaving Pretoria on the N4 (motorway) the Jaguar cruised out of the industrial region and headed for the Loveld.

Pieter stoped at Dullstroom to check levels and fill up on Coffee and waffles.

Leaving Dullstroom and heading up and over the Drakensburg mountains, droping  down into the town of Hoedspruit. Right onto the R40 for a short trip out of town arriving at the Lodge soon after.

Back in Pretoria and loaded for the journey  to the UK.

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8 Months later

Day One

8 Months later

The half way point for our road test. 437km one way.
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
    
   
    
   
   
    
   
    
   
   
   
   
 
 There’s nothing more we can do.

The shipping to the UK has begun.

Pretoria to Cape Town to London.