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Jaguar: Mark 2 resto-mod – Hemi V8. Mark II, MKII, MK2

Make: Jaguar
Model: Other
Type: Saloon
Trim: 4 door
Year: 1966
Mileage: 10,000
VIN: P1A11699BW
Engine: 250 Hemi V8
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Cream
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Portland, OR, United States

1966 Jaguar Other Additional Info:

Restoration project:REST0-MOD - Jaguar Daimler 250 conversion to a Mark 2 (using Jaguar Mark 2 trim). Original Hemi V8 engine.

Have all original parts so if desired vehicle can be completed as an original numbers matching Jaguar - Daimler 250.

Vehicle is Right hand drive (very rare in America). Also has a factory sunroof which is rare on these cars.

Vehicle bought new in England by a Texan who 1 year later moved back to Texas and took the car with him. Due to the majority of its life in Texas this vehicle had very little rust. Solid body, floor and undercarriage.

I have owned this vehicle for 10 years. Always garaged with cover.

This is an unfinished restoration project with most of the work already done. Thousands already spent on restoration so far including purchase of parts.

Restoration work:

  • · Car stripped
  • · Sandblasted
  • · All rust work done
  • · Coated in primer and sealed
  • · Front suspension dropped, sandblasted, rebuilt with new parts (ball joints, bushings, rubbers) and then assembled back on vehicle.
  • · Engine rebuilt (older rebuild with less than 10k miles).
  • ·Upholstery started (Leather). Passenger seat and rear base already completed. Have the leather and trim needed to complete the car.


New parts:

  • · Chrome Leaping Cat (Jaguar).
  • · Jaguar Mark 2 badges
  • · Bushings, Ball joints
  • · Shock absorbers
  • · Rear Glass Lamp Lens
  • · Door mirrors
  • · Chrome rear plinth
  • · Rubbers, seals
  • · Seat belt.
  • · Lenses
  • · Headliner fabric

Used parts (Mark 2):

  • · Rear Bumper
  • · Front Grille
  • · Speaker/Console
  • ·Wire wheels (set of 4)


Around 1960, BSA sold Daimler to Jaguar Cars, which continued Daimler's line and added a Daimler variant of its Mark II sports saloon. Jaguar was then merged into the British Motor Corporation in 1966.

Under these companies, Daimler became an upscale trim level for Jaguar cars.

It was widely considered to be the luxurious version of the Mark II.

It features the same body metal and different fluted chrome trim on the front and rear. It is much rarer that the more typical Mark II.