1951 Jaguar C-Type Replica – SOLD

STK #: W6117

 

This Shell Valley Jaguar C-Type replica was purchased not as a kit car but as a completed vehicle. The C-Type was used as a show car by Shell Valley.

The owner drove the car for short time then contracted with Bennett Coachworks to have some upgrades performed. In the end there was quite a list of items that were upgraded. The list is as follows:

  • Top end of Jaguar 4.2 DOHC engine and cylinder head rework.
  • Set up jetting and final tuning of 3 – 40 mm Weber DCOE carburetors.
  • Repair TV linkage, set up and adjustment of automatic transmission.
  • Install pressure regulator to tone down 1-2 shift.
  • Design and fabricate mounting for brake booster and master cylinder.
  • Install high performance MP brake system with hubs, hoses, brackets, drilled and slotted rotors, calipers, booster and master cylinder.
  • Installed VDO instruments.
  • Coat exhaust system including manifolds with chrome ceramic finish.
  • Fabricate mounts and install aluminum billet radiator, radiator reservoir and wiper reservoir.
  • Fabricate and install new shifter brackets.
  • Fabricate and install new emergency brake mount.
  • Applied heat and noise attenuating materials through out body and cockpit.
  • Installed Aldan coil over shocks for both front and rear suspension.
  • Fabricate and installed complete fuel system.
  • Installed Holley “Blue” fuel pump, low pressure regulator and 0-15 PSI fuel gauge.
  • Installed Mallory Unilite electronic distributor.
  • Fabricated and installed new heavy gauge steel floor and seat pan.
  • Installed heavy duty seat belt mounting brackets.
  • Installed racing lap and shoulder belts.
  • Reinforced body at door mounts, latch pins, windshield to cowl interface, foot boxed, body mounting points, bonnet (hood) hinge pins and other body areas as needed.
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