1961 Jaguar Mark II 3.8 Sedan

Stock: J61-696
Current condition: SHOW-DRIVER
Performance: 3.8L, twin SU HD6 carburetors
Transmission: Automatic with overdrive
Color exterior: Maroon
Color interior: Maroon
Mileage: 24,077 miles
Wheels: Chrome Wire wheels
Tires: 5 Coker Redline Classic 195/75/15
Brakes: Four-wheel disc brakes
Vin #: P214696BW
Engine #: LA7809-9
Gearbox #: JBC1754
Other 1: Body Number: S007678

(SOLD) This beautiful, very original, matching numbers 1961 Jaguar 3.8 Mark II Sedan is ready to be driven and enjoyed. It is in very good condition and was part of a well maintained collection. You can drive it “as is” or if you want, to make some small improvements we can take it to the next level for you. It features a period correct AM/FM push button radio, wood trim, a good newer stainless steel exhaust system with Redline classic tires and like new wire wheels. Recent mechanical check shows it has good compression and all original suspension. It is a very solid original car. The interior is all original with good body and door fit. The glass and chrome are good as well with a new windshield, and includes the original jack with the purchase.


The Jaguar Mark 2 is a medium-sized saloon car built from late 1959 to 1967 by the Jaguar Company in Coventry, England. Adhering to Sir William Lyons' maxim of "grace, pace and space", the Mark II was a fast and capable saloon. It came with a 120 bhp 2,483 cubic centimeters, 210 bhp 3,442 cubic centimeters or 220 bhp 3,781 cubic centimeters Jaguar XK engine. The 3.8 is similar to the unit used in the 3.8 E-Type, having the same block, crank, connecting rods and pistons but different inlet manifold and carburation (two SUs versus three on the E-Type in Europe) and therefore 30 bhp (22 kW) less. The head of the six-cylinder engine in the Mark 2 had curved ports. The 3.4- and 3.8-litre cars were fitted with twin SU HD6 carburetors. The overall appearance of the car was transformed by an increase of 18% in cabin glass area greatly improving visibility. The car was re-engineered above the waistline. Slender front pillars allowed a wider windscreen and the rear window almost wrapped around to the enlarged side windows now with the familiar Jaguar D-shape above the back door and fully chromed frames for all the side windows. The radiator grille was amended and larger side, tail and fog lamps repositioned. Inside a new heating system was supplied and ducted to the rear compartment and a new better instrument layout.