Right Hander: ’68 Jaguar 240 RHD
Before 1968, these wonderful British Saloons were referred to Mark 2s. After that, they became the 240 and 340 Saloons. Jaguar was under some serious competition back then from the Rover TC so they took some content out of the 240/340 cars. That means no leather, less expensive carpets and no standard fog lights. They still looked smart though. The 240, like today’s featured car, got a liitle bit of a performance boost so it could top 100MPH. This car is a bit remarkable because it features original paint.It looks a little dull but that is to be expected. The red accented wheels look pretty neat. The listing tells us that it has 56,000 miles from new. And it is a 4-speed with overdrive and that makes it a very interesting candidate for a fun build. This model has 4-wheel disc brakes and that was pretty rare back then. The only exception is the Right Hand Drive. It certainly impacts the value here in the States but some intrepid collectors and aficionados don’t mind this so much. Click here for the eBay listing. The Buy It Now is set at $14,900.