1959 Jaguar Mk1 3.4 finished in Dove Grey with blue hide interior. First registered in April 1959, until recently this car has never seen much use. First registered by Bucklow Garage in Cheshire, it was sold a few days later to it first owner. In December 1959 after just 7 months of ownership the car was put into Measham Motor Auctions where it stayed for over a year. By January 1961 the Jag found a home with an enthusiast from Leicestershire, this gentleman only used the car for 'Special occasions' and had it regularly service and well looked after. In September 1973 the car was put into dry storage with only 33,000 miles, it remained there until 2001. The car was rescued and fully restored at the cost of over £28,000 and by 2002 the car was back on the road. To date the car has covered just 50,450 miles and has always been regularly serviced. The history file contains many invoices for works carried out on the car from Jaguar specialists such as David Marks and MDM service. With the 3.4 litre engine, manual gearbox and chrome wire wheels this very sought after Mk1 is presented today in very good condition. Mk1 Jaguars and becoming very scarce with fewer than 50 3.4 manual examples currently registered in the UK. This example represents very good value with soe examples selling for over £100,000.