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Jaguar 1960's Mk X And 420 G (not 420)tool Kit Almost Complete Very Nice Cond. on 2040-parts.com

US $425.00
Location:

New Carlisle, Indiana, US

New Carlisle, Indiana, US
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JAGUAR 1960'S MK X and 420G not the sporty 420 smaller sedan.This as well has been in-door stored for at least 20 years, it is in very fine original condition as I got it and put into storage.The box shows very nice patina, lid closes well and the turn latch does its job.The foam on the inner lid is very nice and the flocking is in very good condition as well.This tool kit is missing the screwdriver, air gauge, 4" adjustable and the spark plug ALL of which can be obtained here on " E-BAY ".TO note the feeler gauge shows sign of wear see picture, and there is a small hole on the bottom of the bleeder can, the top lid is in very good shape.

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I am selling off the last of my 35 years off collecting Jaguar Junk, PLEASE BE WATCHING...CHECK OUT MY PARTS ALREADY LISTED !!!!!!!!!!

              
I will only ship inside the U.S. WITH INSURANCE only, shipping outside overseas the U.S. Postal will not cover it SORRY !                                                                                           
                                                                           THANKS FOR LOOKING !!!!!!!!!!!!!   Jim    

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