This is Rod Crawford in Michigan - I am getting back into my Jags - XK140 and Series III E Types after about 30 years away doing other things. Back in the late 80’s, for some reason that must have seemed reasonable at the time, I bought and disassembled a fairly complete Mark II parts car and a less complete Mark I parts car. My vague recollection is that a friend and I decided it would be fun to have a parts stand at Carlisle and we needed stuff to take. It was fun, but there were not a lot of Mark II restorers there, as you can easily imagine.
I may have disposed of a few things back then, but still have virtually everything that was salvageable from the Mark II in particular. The photos are only a sample, I have bumpers, seat frames and springs, most trim parts, hoods, trunk lid, most mechanical components, many interior parts, complete instrument cluster, etc, etc. I am happy to dispose of everything except parts that might be crossovers to my XK140’s. The 4 Mark II doors have most if not all interior components but are pretty rusty in the lower sections and the Mark I doors are better, but the interior components are not attached. I have the Mark II engine but it was exposed to the elements while open and is most likely scrapyard material. The transmission is likely okay, but you should assume that all the parts will need TLC or rebuild
If someone is doing a restoration within driving distance you are welcome to come take a look. Otherwise let me know what you need. I have little idea how to fairly price these things but if you took the price I paid for the cars in 1985 adjusted for inflation and then paid me minimum wage for the hours it took they would be pretty expensive. But more seriously, I am happy to help restorers and clear my shop at the same time. For now I am holding onto the rear axle of the Mark II for a friend who might need it. I have not yet researched the extent of any parts crossover to the XK140 and if anyone reading this has any wisdom to share on that subject it would be welcome.
I would be willing to sell pieces for reasonable offers or a bulk sale on the whole thing, but if it was the latter it would be best for you to look and then decide what it was worth to you.
Asking price (if selling): Reasonable offers considered.
Location: Monroe, Michigan
Contact information: Rod Crawford, 734-735-3207 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost of shipping (if selling): TBD if necessary
Willing to ship worldwide? If buyer made arrangements, but only the smaller parts are likely to be worth the shipping cost involved.
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