Jaguar 3.4s-type Manual O/D 1967 British Racing Green

Original UK 1967 car built just before the 'economy' version was launched.


(above - The Jag in 2019)

HISTORY:

If you know anything of this car's history prior to 1986, please let me know here.

1986 - 2019 (Previous owner - Portugal)

  • 1986 Car exported to Portugal
  • 1986 - 1990 (approx)
  • Stripped down, new jacking points (4)
  • Webasto sun roof fitted
  • Bare metal respray in BRG BNA opalescant
  • New chrome wire wheels and new tyres
  • Interior seats, carpets and door panels refurbished
  • Stainless steel exhaust fitted
  • New front suspension springs
  • New front discs
  • 2006: Engine overhauled: new rings, new crankshaft and shells, new oil pump and chain
  • Electronic ignition fitted
  • New seals on overdrive
  • New electric fan fitted
  • 2006 - 2019 Dry stored in Portugal, driven occasionally.

2019 - present (Current owner - U.K.)

The current works are being undertaken by classic Jaguar specialists ADR Engineering in Wokingham. The standard of work is exemplary and the attention to detail continues to amaze me. I could not have picked better engineers.
They can be found at https://www.adr-engineering.co.uk/ or search 'ADR Wokingham'.

 
  • Engine removed and fully serviced
  • Front and middle wiring looms removed
  • Engine compartment cleaned back and re-sprayed
  • Aluminium components polished
  • New chromed head bolts and cam cover bolts
  • Complete new clutch assembly
  • Cooling system - new hoses throughout and stainless steel pipes fitted
  • New high-capacity radiator fitted
  • Carburettors stripped, serviced and polished
  • New front and middle wiring looms fitted
  • All new supension bushes front and rear
  • All new steering bushes
  • New engine, gearbox and exhaust mounts
  • Brakes overhauled
  • Brake pipes replaced with copper
  • New electronic fuel pumps
  • Re-chromed body parts
  • New alternator
  • Negative earth conversion
  • New sound system
  • Anti-rust treatment throughout
  • And yes - the clock actually works!