Z/1025

Jaguar Sport steering wheel.

Sold Price: £50.00

Untested so sold as seen.

 

Z/1026

Smiths Rev Counter. Ref number – RV 7413/02. Clock missing.

Estimate Price: (e£25-30)

Untested and sold as seen. Fair

Z/1027

Smiths 140 mph Speedo. Ref number – SN 6326/20.

Estimate Price: (e£25-30)

Untested. Sold as seen. Fair

 

Z/1028

Smiths Rev Counter. Ref number – RV 7413/02. Clock present.

Estimate Price: (e£25-30)

Untested. Sold as seen. Fair

Z/1029

An older Smiths Rev Counter. Ref number – Z 46608. Clock present.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

Untested. Sold as seen. Good.

Z/1030

“Jaguar – Selling the Legend”. Dealership histories.

Sold Price: £61.00

History of Jaguar and Daimler dealerships – Stratstone in London, Drabble & Allen in Manchester, Hornburg in the States and P J Evans in Birmingham. An unusual take on the Jaguar story and a fascinating read. Fine.

Z/1031

“Jaguar E-type Six Cylinder Originality Guide” by Haddock & Mueller.

Estimate Price: (e£75-100)

Dalton Watson. 2017. 516 pp. Based on research spanning almost five decades, and Drs. Haddock and Mueller include here extensive new information from an exhaustive four-year examination of the Mueller collection of over fifty E-types. As such, the book is archaeological in nature, based more on observations of cars than on factory publications or other literature. The examination of principally unrestored cars, many partly or completely disassembled and still retaining their original configuration, permitted discovery of much detailed information not reported before. The large volume of data used in the compilation of this work permitted statistical analysis of production changes that would be impossible with a smaller data-set. It significantly advances the understanding of the original configuration of these remarkable cars. Fine book in Fine d/w and both in the original mailing pack.

Z/1032

The Jaguar XK120 in Competition by Dr James Fraser.

Estimate Price: (e£150-200)

PJ Publishing. 2019. The most comprehensive and informed account of the XK 120’s competition career in the UK and Europe ever compiled. Huge range of photo, many I have not seen before. The coverage is very broad dealing not only with the works and famous-owner cars of the 1950s, but also the efforts of amateur drivers over the years. The time-frame reaches into the late 1960s and 70s when the XK 120 re-emerged as a highly-competitive historic racer. Foreword i by Mrs Pat Quinn, the eldest daughter of Sir William Lyons. As Pat Appleyard, she and Ian Appleyard took NUB 120 to many rally successes in the early 1950s, including winning the first Alpine Gold Cup ever awarded for three successive penalty-free runs in the International Alpine Rally. Fine book in Fine d/w and in original mailing pack.

Z/1033

“Jaguar XK120 Explored” by Bernard Viart. The rare leather-bound collector’s edition and the slip-case has a bronze replica of the bonnet badge.

Sold Price: £465.00

P J Publishing. 2012. 556 pp. 9 x 12. The first in Bernard’s three-part masterwork on the XK sports cars. Huge amount of details and those superb illustrations make this a very special book indeed. Fine book in fine slip-case and both in the original mailing pack. Rare.